Visit Cornwall - come to
Bodmin Moor and stay at
Redgate Smithy Bed and Breakfast!
Redgate Smithy B&B near Liskeard is perfectly situated in the heart of South East Cornwall, in Rosamunde Pilcher and Daphne du Maurier country, with beautiful Bodmin Moor on the doorstep, and access to both south and north coasts. Whether you are looking for a quality Bed and Breakfast for exploring the whole of Cornwall, or for when you are here on business in nearby Liskeard, or you are visiting friends or relatives in the area, then stay here with us for a wonderfully relaxing and peaceful getaway on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Built around 200 years ago, Redgate Smithy is now a friendly and professionally run Bed & Breakfast, with attractive rooms, very comfortable beds, and an extensive and tasty award-winning breakfast menu, served in the conservatory overlooking the garden.
Relax in our lovely woodland Garden while you plan your exploring. The whole of Cornwall is before you... the lively harbours of Fowey, Polruan, Polperro and Looe on the south coast, Tintagel and Padstow on the rugged north coast, and the houses and gardens at Lanhydrock, Cotehele and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. The Eden Project is easily reached in less than half an hour, and St Michael's Mount, Penwith and Land's End are an easy day trip. We have the Cornish Mining World Heritage Sites both at Minions and at the fascinating underground old Slate Mine at Carnglaze Caverns near St Neot. Just down the lane are the beautiful Golitha Falls and the old Wheal Victoria Copper Mine. On the moor there is another world... Bodmin Moor has a rugged beauty, where the Buzzards wheel above you! Explore the curious Cheesewring, and the many ancient Neolithic settlements and stone circles, including the Hurlers and Trethevy Quoit.
Redgate Smithy B&B Redgate St Cleer
Liskeard Cornwall PL14 6RU
Redgate Smithy Bed and Breakfast is
dog friendly and situated just above
the beautiful Golitha Falls, near to St.Cleer, on the southern edge of Bodmin
Golitha Falls are a tranquil and mysterious place to explore; they are peaceful, yet beautiful and
foreboding all at once. A King of Cornwall once died here, and Cornish Miners
here. Legend still lingers.
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