Zip Wire and Coasteering Vouchers THROW
SOMEONE
YOU LOVE OFF
A CLIFF ASAP
Buy video passes and BBQs BUY TICKETS AND VIDEO PASSES. ORDER BBQs
AND PICNICS
opening times OPEN EVERY DAY
10AM-5PM
UNTIL END
SEPTEMBER

BEACHES

Seaton: mixed pebble and sand, easy parking and beach access, great café with outside shelter. Play equipment and field, river walks, pub.

Downderry: mixed pebble and sand, (low tide beach), reefs and rocks, pub, restaurant, post office.

Whitsand Bay Beaches: steep cliff walks down to golden sand at low tide stretching 5 miles from Rame Head to Downderry. Great cliff top café at Freathy

PUBS

The Sportsman’s Arms: 01503 240249: Lower Clicker Road Menheniot, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3PJ big screens, great beers, good pool table.

The Rod and Line: 01752 851323, Church Road, Tideford, Cornwall PL12 5HW : The best small country pub around here, bar none. Fantastic food and beer. Great live music.

The White Hart Hotel: 01579 342245, White Hart Hotel Menheniot, Nr Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3QZ , Beer and beds, what could possibly go wrong?

RESTAURANTS

The Hayloft Restaurant 01503 240 2241, Lower Clicker Rd, Menheniot, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3PJ 200m up the road from Adrenalin Quarry. Lunch 2 for £10, evening pizza takeaway and a la carte Italian/Fish Menu. Big portions, local produce, good value.

Table Table 01579 341752, Liskeard Retail Park, Liskeard, PL14 3PR, for the biggest breakfast we know about.

TOWNS

Plymouth: Massive shopping centre, aquarium, marinas, The Hoe, The Barbican riverboat trips on the Tamar,

Looe: thriving seaside town is a working port complete with fishmarket, quay, beach, and pier plus too many pubs, resturants and cafes to mention and also a world class cheesy club. The Looe area offers 11,000 beds ranging from cheap and cheerful to shameless luxury. Camping, caravans, B&Bs and Hotels. Current Looe picks are the Moonlight Tandoori, The Ship Inn and The Boscarne

Liskeard: Less geared up but still a lot on offer: accommodation, pubs, restuarants, supermarkets, swimming pool. Current picks are Barnacutts Pasties, The The Barley Sheaf, followed by cheesy dance moves at The Cornish Ivy.

OUT AND ABOUT

Bodmin Moor: mines, rocks and wide open spaces. The middle of nowhere comes with wild horizons, walks, bogs, tors and pubs. If you want to be alone, this is your chance.

Anthony House and Gardens: everything you would expect from the National Trust and more.

Amazing Cornish Maize Maze: get lost here.

Paul Corin’s Magnificent Music Machines this has to be seen to be believed.

WHERE TO STAY

Visit SECTA our local tourism association. If you need a bed, you’ll find it.

AREA GUIDE

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