Liskeard is an ancient market town easily reached from the railway station by a 10 minute walk.

The town has plenty of independent shops to explore as well as a number of cafes including Olive and Co and Seasons Bistro which are both at the station end of the town.

  • Browse the independent shops
  • Expore the town and countryside on foot

Liskeard

Hit the shops
Liskeard has some great independent shops to explore. It is blessed with a great local fishmonger, shops selling local produce, traditional book shop, ironmongers, butchers and clothes boutiques. There are also a number of antique and vintage shops to explore in the market area of the town.

Wonderful walks
Liskeard has a heritage trail and also a series of circular walks around the town. These walks start out from the granite plinths erected around the town and offer a completely different view of the town.

Liskeard Ploughman’s Festival
There are a variety of events in the town throughout the year including the annual Ploughman’s Festival. Celebrating the town’s history as a market town, the event celebrates local food, beer and music.

Liskeard highlights:

Liskeard Station Information

The station is on the mainline as well as being the start of the Looe Valley Line. Trains arrive and depart from all over the country. The station is staffed and has a ticket machine outside for buying tickets and collecting pre-booked tickets. Step-free access is available throughout the station. Station Road, Liskeard, PL14 4DX

Buying Tickets to Liskeard

Looe Valley Line Ranger

£

4.40

Travel the line as much as you like for one day. Valid after the morning peak and anytime weekends and Bank Holidays.

Great fares from further afield

PLYMOUTH TO LISKEARD

£

6.00

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

30 min

Approximate journey time

TRURO TO LISKEARD

£

9.50

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

50 min

Approximate journey time

 

The Looe Valley Line

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