Sometimes, travellers just want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. A holiday rental in Liskeard is a rural retreat that still gives travellers many options for activities and outings.
Whilst Liskeard is a rural town, it is very close to resort towns, such as Looe. The town itself sits just about the Looe River Valley and just a short drive from the River Tamar. Liskeard’s location provides easy access to a variety of activities such as water sports, fishing, hiking and mountain biking. There are art galleries, museums and children’s attractions all within an easy drive. No matter the weather, those on holiday to Liskeard are able to find fun and interesting ways to spend each day.
No matter your interests, there are attractions to appeal to you in Liskeard and the surrounding areas. Animal lovers will be thrilled to know that there are several animal sanctuaries within driving distance of Liskeard. There is a national seal sanctuary, monkey sanctuary, and many others. The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre is a rehabilitation centre and sanctuary for a variety of large birds. Visitors to all of these sanctuaries can learn about the rescue of these beautiful creatures and what they can do to help to ensure their continued survival. The children in your group will enjoy a trip to one of the many theme parks located nearby. Hollywell Bay Fun Park, in nearby Holywell Bay, offers go-kart rides, bumper boats and much more. Dobwall’s Adventure Park, located right in Liskeard, has two mini railroads, several rides and woods through which visitors can walk and explore.
There are also art galleries, important historical attractions and beautiful gardens for travellers to explore.
Travellers to Liskeard often come to enjoy the out of doors. Whilst many days the weather will cooperate with such plans, it is also wise to have some indoor activities planned as well.
Each month brings some rainfall, as is the case in much of the country. The wettest months are October through January when 14 to 15 cm falls per month. The driest month is June with just 6.5 cm. The rest of the year brings about 8 to 9 cm per month. As for temperatures, December through February are the most brisk with average high temperatures of 8 degrees. Spring temperatures are between 12 and 15 degrees and summer between 17 and 19 degrees.
Getting to Liskeard is easy thanks to a well-serviced railway station right in town. Travellers can fly into Newquay Airport (NQY) or Plymouth Airport (PLH) and then either take a railcar or drive the rest of the way. Both airports are less than 50 km from Liskeard.