Hendrifton Farm

Common Moor, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 6ER

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Hendrifton Farm is located about a quarter of a mile along the no-through road that leads to Siblyback Lake, about 3 miles from Liskeard and on the edge of Bodmin Moor (With its internationally recognised Dark Skies). You will receive a warm welcome from David and Suzanne, and, if you like dogs, then Bob and Reka will be pleased to meet you too!

We offer a relaxing, peaceful site, we're on hand if you need us and we love to stop and chat! We grow our own fruit and vegetables and we share our produce with our guests. Suzanne makes scones, served with strawberry jam and clotted cream for guests staying with us for 10 nights or more and for all returning guests.

We provide an information folder with details of local walks, shops and supermarkets, places to eat, take-aways and local attractions.

A public footpath runs alongside a small stream at the edge of the meadow which adjoins the CL. There are lovely walks to Golitha Falls (where there are public toilets and Inkie's Barbecue Smokehouse Cafe, which is open all year, closed Mon/Tues), to Siblyback Lake (where there are public toilets and the Rockhopper Cafe which has seasonal opening), and towards Bodmin Moor and the village of Common Moor and Minions (with the Cheesewring Pub, Post Office and tea rooms). The bus towards Callington and Liskeard stops close to the top of the lane and buses run hourly or 2 hourly, Monday to Saturday.

Just 4 miles to the A38 and 8 miles to the A30, Hendrifton Farm offers a great location for exploring the whole of Cornwall; 30 minutes drive to Cornwall's south coast, under an hour to the North and West Coasts, 40 minutes to Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan and 25 minutes to Lanhydrock.

You are welcome to phone or email us. You can also find Hendrifton Farm on Facebook or take a look at our Website.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

0.5 acres

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Lawned site

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Postcode:
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Lat 50.499141 / Lon -4.488899
OS field ref:
SX237693
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Liskeard and Launceston
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Plymouth (22 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Liskeard

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A little piece of Heaven

Wonderful family friendly CL with bags of space, excellent wifi and the site is really well looked after. Covid cannot spoil this idyllic spot! TV signal really good if it dares to rain and you neeeed CBBC. Having been visiting for a few years now, this site is popular with families and couples alike. Pitches are roomy and some recently updated which I reckon will serve our Motor Homer's very well, not to mention maintaining the most excellent grassiness. Scrupulously clean facilities and Owners and their furry pawed staff are very welcoming and helpful. Local area outstanding and near to supermarkets. Site perfect for weekends, long weekends and longer. Sorry Suzanne and David, we will be coming back!!

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Lovely site, must return

We have just spent 10 days at the lovely Hendrifton Farm, visiting family who we have been unable to meet during the lockdown. The site is in an idyllic position, with open views of the countryside and sheep and cattle. The owners were very warm, welcoming, generous and kind. They were concerned that everything was alright and regularly kept an eye on things. On one day, Suzanne delivered a delicious cream tea, with her own home made scones. On another day, she delivered her home baked sour dough bread - warm and tasty. We found the approach narrow but plenty wide enough and a good wide entrance into the CL. There is lots to do in the area. We visited Hannafore (West Looe), the Eden Project and Liskeard. We walked to Siblyback Lake (there is either the road or a footpath), Tregarrick Tor, Cheesewring, Rough Tor and Brown Willy (stunning views of both north and south coasts). The Siblyback Lake cafe has changed hands this year and we would highly recommend it. Their galettes are delicious and their coffee is as good and as well prepared as you will find anywhere. Bruckey Farm shop is just 200 yards along the lane, on the way to Siblyback. They have a great selection of fresh fruit and veg, and dairy products - particularly enjoyed the home made, local jams and the Trewithen dairy clotted cream. Catherine was very friendly and pleasant. We hope to return to the site for another super stay.
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Beautiful area for walking

The owners on this site are lovely. Really friendly, helpful and accommodating. The site itself is reached down a narrow no-through road and has beautiful views to the surrounding countryside. We did not use the facilities given the current covid situation so cannot comment but we were greeted upon arrival by Suzanne and David and bid farewell on our departure! We were given a folder with lots of really helpful bits of information in: where to eat, where to walk, etc etc. There were plenty of beautiful walks we were able to do direct from the site: Golitha Falls and Sibleyback Lake amongst them. Truly stunning scenery and not far from Liskeard for shops etc so an ideal location with everything around. Great dog walk, pitches well spaced out and we would definitely return without any doubt. If I had to try to find fault at all, it would be the road. Given it is a no-through road, and quite narrow, we were surprised at how much traffic actually uses this road and therefore there is some road noise but nothing that should put you off visiting this lovely part of the country - especially if you are into walking and just relaxing in beautiful surroundings. We were unfortunate that it rained most days and was very windy but I am sure it is even more spectacular and enjoyable when the sun is shining in the summer months. Thank you Suzanne & David! We will be back for our cream tea in the not too distant future!!!

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A Quiet and Friendly Site

We have stayed at Hendrifton Farm twice now and we will return. Hendrifton is in the middle of farm land and apart from the birds and farm animals is very quiet. Suzanne and David are very welcoming and attentive and definitely go the extra mile in terms of hospitality. It is a rural location, excellent for exploring Bodmin Moor with the dogs. As well as the moor, day trips as far as Lands End and the Lizard to the west and Dartmoor to the east are perfectly feasible and there are some lovely beaches and coastline to the south, just a short drive away. There are many excellent places to eat and some of the local restaurants will even deliver your meal to site! Many thanks to Suzanne and David for providing the base for a great holiday. Peter, Helen and dogs

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Truly outstanding

We can't really add much more to all of the positive comments that have already been said. Once again, we were made to feel so welcome by Suzanne and Dave, and greeted with the best scones ever. This visit we were treated fresh sour dough bread and sour dough crumpets, and could help ourselves to the fresh herbs (will explain our slight weight gain). The site is centrally located with good access to all parts of Cornwall, you will not be disappointed with a stay here. We like it so much, we've decided to store our caravan close by and have already booked a 2 week stay next year!
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