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The Old Stag, Liskeard - pub details

Old Stag

Address: Station Road, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 4DA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27059) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liskeard (0.2 miles), Coombe (0.5 miles), St Keyne (2 miles)

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Yes, deffo closed and now a private house.

Like so many others I would have fancied a pint whilst waiting for my connecting train but I suspect that it just couldn't survive on the occasional punter coming in for a swift one before they get it, plus I guess that the locals in this part of liskeard never bothered to use it either ...... so hence the closure.

ridleyman - 3 Nov 2018 12:29
Closed down now but what a fine old place this would have been if still open.

A beautiful old fashioned railway tavern, surely this place would have been a gold mine with people connecting trains for Looe and just having a quick one.

A real shame to see it gone forever....
montie49 - 12 Aug 2018 11:47
Arrived at Liskeard and exited the station to see this smart looking building which sadly, it appears isn't smart enough as despite new looking 'community pub' signage and clean windows it appears to have closed down. Shame, I was really looking forward to taking a peek inside.
goodhead - 11 Aug 2015 20:35
Popped in last night for a quick pint before getting a train. Two ales on: Doombar and Tribute. Had a pint of the latter which was fine. Split pub with a pool table on right as you come in and seating on the left plus an open fire. There were pies available if food was required. Busy with locals. Nothing fancy but fancy is not necessarily a good thing when it comes to pubs.
DuchyBoy - 19 Nov 2013 12:32
As the venerable getsit (below) notes, it's pretty unspectacular. My advice would be to get rid of the Chinese restaurant/takeaway, which detracts from the pub ambience, such at it is. This would allow the beer garden to flourish again. Also, a more intelligent choice of beers might assist some of the clientele in moving on to the town centre pubs for their battery-acid lager. This pub has the potential to be a nice old-fashioned hostelry perfectly suited to catering for locals and railway-people but at the moment one cannot imagine Bernard Cribbins going anywhere near it.
kid_b - 2 Aug 2010 18:13

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