Blisland is a
village and civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is
approximately five miles northeast of Bodmin. According to the 2001
census, the parish had a population of 565.
The parish is entirely
rural in character, the northeast being moorland and the southwest
lower lying farmland. The parish is bordered to the north by St
Breward parish; to the west by St Mabynand Helland parishes; to the
south by Cardinham, Warleggan, and St Neot parishes; and to the
northeast by Altarnun parish.
The hamlets of
Bradford, Keybridge, Merry Meeting, Pendrift, Tresarrett and
Waterloo are in the parish. Blisland is sometimes said to be the
only village in Cornwall with a village green, however Herodsfoot
and Talskiddy are others.
Torr House Cottages
Tel: 01208 851601
Welcome to Torr House Cottages, situated in the picturesque village
of Blisland with its old cottages, pretty church and CAMRA Pub – the
Blisland Inn- all clustered round the village green, these
beautiful barn conversions and adjacent farmhouse enjoy lovely
distant views of the Cornish countryside.
Peacefully located in almost two acres of landscaped gardens, they
are close to major attractions like the The Camel Trail, Eden
Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan and an endless choice of
fantastic beaches & coastal paths as well as delightful moorland,
woodland and estuary walks!
Torr House and the cottages are delightfully situated being only
minutes away from the village green and the western edge of Bodmin
Moor with some of the most beautiful and rugged scenery anywhere.
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