Blisland & the Moor

Blisland is unique in being the only village in Cornwall with a village green! The village itself has so much to offer and both the Pub and the Church (which, incidentally was a favourite of John Betjeman) attract people from far and wide. The lanes and banks around Blisland are a mass of wild flowers in the Spring and the numerous footpaths through wooded valleys, farmland and moor are a delight all year round. This is a paradise for those who like walking holidays!!

Torr House and cottages are only a short distance from the village and the western edge of the Moor and within minutes you can be in some of the most beautiful and rugged scenery to be found anywhere! There are wonderful waterfalls, cascading rivers and idyllic picnic spots all on the doorstep.

Walk to the local landmark, Jubilee Rock, and you’ll no doubt pass wild ponies grazing on the gorse covered moor with sheep and cattle. Stop off here and look straight across to Wadebridge and the Camel Estuary (ideal for fantastic sunsets) or look across the ever changing skies towards Rough Tor and Brown Willy, the highest points in Cornwall!