Oak Barn

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Liskeard, Cornwall

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Oak Barn, Darley
PL14 5AS

Oak Barn, Liskeard

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Oak Barn B&B is full of warmth and character with decoration and furnishings which blend the old with the contemporary. Situated on the edge of Bodmin Moor, it is an ideal base for walking and exploring. However both the sandy beaches of the north coast and the fishing coves of the south coast of Cornwall are within easy reach.

The village of Upton Cross is one mile away and has a small theatre and also a pub which cooks evening meals. We offer a choice of cooked breakfasts from local products.

Come and stay with us in our 400 year old stone barn on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Oak Barn was converted in 2003 to a contemporary open plan style to make the most of the light and space, whilst retaining much of the character. It is named after the Darley Oak tree which is believed to be 1000 years old and is situated opposite the front door.

You will receive a warm and friendly welcome with complimentary tea/coffee and homemade cake on arrival. There are two rooms which are let as a suite There is one Kingsize room with its own en-suite shower room. There is another room which has been furnished as a private lounge for guest use only but can sleep a child or additional adult if required.

Both the rooms have been decorated to a high standard to give a feeling of style and luxury living. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Wireless internet access available on request.

We endeavour where possible to source local Cornish products. Our sausages, bacon and eggs come from a local farm. Even our soaps and shower gels are Cornish and are 75% organic.

There is an outdoor decked seating area for guest use which has rural views.

 4 star rating

From: £45.00

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