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B and Bs in Liskeard

Nebula Hotel
27 Higher Lux Street
Liskeard
Cornwall

PL14 3JU | View map
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Relax in your Home from Home Friendly Hotel. Old English atmosphere in a grade II listing building. Unwind by our large granite fireplace in the lounge area where we have a licenced bar. The Nebula has six spacious comfortable en-suite rooms, all freshly decorated and renewed from single, double, twin and family. Colour TV's and tea/coffee making facilities in the bedrooms. We have a large car park to the rear of the hotel. Liskeard is an ideal central place to tour Cornwall & Plymouth. Near to Bodmin Moor and the minions standing stones and copper mining. Explore the South West coastal path and find beaches you could never reach by car. Lanhydrock House and gardens, Mount Edgecombe, and the lost gardens of Heligan. Golf courses and pony trecking or cycle along the Camel Trail. Visit the unique Eden Project. There is so much to do in Cornwall. Enjoy. Book the whole hotel (sleeps 16) for a group breakaway and use it as your home in a relaxing atmosphere. There is a choice of local places to eat in Liskeard. Close to A38 & A390 roads, Liskeard main line railway, Newquay & Plymouth Airports

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Nearest Train Station: Liskeard
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Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For -By arrangement
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - All rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
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