The LiscawnCrafthole, Torpoint, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, PL11 3BD, United Kingdom
Número de telefone+441503230863
Endereço de email@example.com
Check in14:30 22:00
Política infantilCrianças bem-vindas
Política para fumadoresNão fumadores
Animais de estimaçãoAnimais de estimação por acordo
Festas permitidasFestas não permitidas
Estrada a partir de Plymouth via the Tamar Bridge (10,0 miles)
Cross the Tamar Bridge and go through the tunnel. *There is no toll charge to come into Cornwall. At the roundabout take the second exit to Liskeard continuing on the A38. At Trerulefoot roundabout turn left onto the A374 Torpoint Road. After approx 5 miles turn right onto the B3247 to Crafthole. On entering the village take the 1st exit at the mini roundabout. The Liscawn is ¼ mile on your left.
Barco a partir de Plymouth via the Torpoint Ferry (5,0 miles)
There is no toll charge to come into Cornwall. Take the A374 towards Liskeard. At Antony turn left towards Crafthole. At the 'T' junction turn right onto the B3247 towards Crafthole. The Liscawn is on your right, just before the village.
Estrada a partir de Cornwall (15,0 miles)
Take the A38 past Liskeard. At Trerulefoot roundabout turn second right onto the A374 Torpoint Road. Go through the village of Sheviock then turn right onto the B3247 to Crafthole. On entering the village take the 1st exit at the mini roundabout. The Liscawn is ¼ mile on your left.
The Liscawn dates back to the reign of Edward II. (1307 - 1327) when it was conveyed to Nicholas Scawen and Lady Matilda. We are led to believe that Liscawn means 'House at the head of the valley of the Elder.' In later years it changed ownership many times but remained a farm house until the 1950s when it was converted into a private club, then a guest house, and, finally, a Public House and Hotel. My husband and I moved here in1995 and began the process of re-building the, near-derelict, main building, converting the barn, creating an outdoor eating area, providing a play park for children etc. Our 3 children were born and raised here so we can really call it a true family business. We are devoted to running The Liscawn as a home from home for our loyal regulars and future special guests.