If you're looking for somewhere to stay whilst exploring Devon and Cornwall, The Liscawn provides the perfect base. Located in South East Cornwall, this 14th century hotel is set in eight acres of private grounds. It provides stunning views of Dartmoor and is only moments away from the South West Coast Path. There are beautiful beaches nearby and a rugged coastline to traverse, while many local attractions such as the Eden Project and Adrenalin Quarry are just crying out to be visited.
Choose from en-suite double, twin and family rooms, or push the boat out for a premium room featuring a lavish four poster bed. In each room you'll find complimentary toiletries, hospitality tray, ironing facilities, hairdryer and a flat screen TV, whilst each day begins with a traditional Cornish breakfast using award-winning produce.
Foodies will be keen to know that the restaurant and bar is open all day, every day and it serves delicious homemade snacks and meals. Only the finest, freshest, locally sourced produce is used. To top things off there's a great selection of wines and local ales. There is also a play area for the kids, and a comfortable lounge area, where you can relax by the fire with a good book or play board games with the family.
To view the full dinner menu, please visit the website.
Free Wi-Fi and on-site parking is provided. The hotel is dog friendly.
As well as food, drink and accommodation, The Liscawn is also the ideal place to hold your private function, wedding (both ceremony and reception) or conference. Friendly staff are on hand to provide excellent service, while the creative culinary team will serve delicious food that's second to none.
Via the Torpoint car ferry - follow signs from Plymouth City Centre to Devonport, as you get closer you will see signs to Torpoint Ferry. Once on the other side, follow the A372 out of Torpoint until you get to Antony, then follow signs to Crafthole. Once in Crafthole follow the B3247 and just before the village you will see our sign and turning on the right
Via Tamar Bridge: Follow A38 towards Cornwall, once over the Tamar Bridge keep following the A38 until you get to a roundabout at Trerulefoot. Take the first left along the A374 until you see a sign for Crafthole on your right. Once in Crafthole follow the B3247 straight over the mini roundabout, past the post office & shop on your right through the village and just outside the village you will see our sign to turn left in to our driveway.