Hendrifton Farm

Common Moor, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 6ER

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

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

Levelling blocks required

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
PL14 6ER
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GPS:
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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We can only echo all of the great reviews posted by others. The warmest of welcomes, beautiful surroundings and country quiet. We were lucky enough to get some homemade/homegrown goodies. Whilst we were there we booked up for next year! 😊
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We stayed at Hendrifton in July, originally we booked for 6 nights but ended up staying over 14. I can only echo what others have said about Suzanne and David, they are the kindest and most generous people you can hope to meet, they are always willing to stop for a chat or happy with just a nod if you are that way inclined. Very often when we are away I don't use cl's facilities as apparently I'm very fussy in that area! (OH's Comments) I happily used the facilities here, they were cleaned every day and the shower was superb with really hot water and as much as you like, no timer or extra money. There's a lovely walk from the site to Inkies, a café by a river, big helpings and delicious food not to mention the ice creams !! We also visited a little village at Lerryn which is at the end of a tidal creak where you can launch a Kayak this has a lovely little tea room and pub that serves good food. There is also a vegetarian café at Downderry which is worth a visit, lovely beach and a pub. There is so much on offer at Hendrifton, including free wifi all for £15. Thank you both very much. Suzanne my Rhubarb drink is nearly ready, I can't wait.
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We have just returned from a 4 night stay at Hendrifton Farm with some appalling weather it has to be said..however, we had such a lovely time thanks to the most kindest of welcomes from Suzanne and David, the place is lovely as described in previous reviews, location is great (whatever the weather!) with plenty to do. We enjoyed some lovely meals in the local pubs and also got to sample the Suzanne Scones which were delish! A great little paddock to walk/exercise the dogs in and stunning views from our caravan of the countryside, one of our nicest stays at a CL site.

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What a lovely site. Large pitches very well kept and clean. Toilets and shower and electric hook up what a bargain. Marvellous views over fields and hills sheep and cows. Very peaceful with very welcoming hosts David and Suzanne. We stayed 16 nights and wish we could have stayed more ideal for visiting most of Cornwall north and south coasts and moors. Had free cream tea and garden produce as well which was very welcome. Will definitely be back to this piece if heaven. Large field with mown paths to walk the dog leading down to a lovely clear little stream which Sam really enjoyed as the weather was hot during our stay. David and Suzanne were so friendly and full of local information, dog friendly beaches etc which was very useful. Thank you for a wonderful holiday. Glenda Tony and Sam

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Fantastic site

We have just spent three weeks here. What a fantastic site! David and Suzanne really do go to great lengths to make you feel welcome on their site. The pitches are well spaced, no formal markings so position how you like. Suzanne bakes delicious scones and delivers them to your door with clotted cream and jam. She will give you salad and produce from her garden too. They make time to stop for a chat and are a mine of information about what's going on and what to see in the local area. There is even an information folder for each pitch, full of tourist information leaflets, guides for local walks and beaches. We really did have a fantastic time! Definitely a site to return too, thank you
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