Keadeen Cornish Bed & Breakfast plus Parkyn's Camping & Caravan site with more than a hint of traditional Cornish & Irish hospitality!
We would love to give you a truly warm welcome to Keadeen, A homely and relaxed Bed & Breakfast Guesthouse and Camping & Caravaning site on the outskirts of Golberdon overlooking the Lynher Valley in South East Cornwall. Keadeen B&B and Parkyn Camping is situated on a smallholding only 3 miles from Callington to the East and 2 miles from the wonderful Bodmin Moor to the West. The busy market towns, Launceston and Liskeard are also within easy reach. You will be in the ideal location to get away from the stresses of life and enjoy the perfect short break, stopover or stay a little longer for that well earned holiday. You will also be within easy reach of Dartmoor and the beaches and cliff walks of the North and South coasts of Cornwall & Devon. Perhaps you may prefer the Country Houses and Gardens such as Mount Edgcumbe or the National Trust’s Lanhydrock or Cotehele. There is a wonderful selection of pubs and restaurants, all within a short drive or a leisurely walk along the numerous paths and lanes.
Our goal is simple, that is to ensure your stay at Keadeen is the very best experience you could possibly have in our beautiful county of Cornwall. To feel relaxed and comfortable at all times.
There is a wonderful calm about Keadeen and our little village. If you are a B&B guest, upon your arrival we will offer you refreshments and some of our home baking. Our free range eggs and local produce is available to camping and B&B guests most times. Now you are ready to start your well deserved break and enjoy Cornish and Irish hospitality at its most natural.
Irish? Geraldine came to Cornwall from Ireland after she married Roger, who was born down by the River Lynher in an old corn mill. Keadeen is one of the Wicklow Mountains and a place of many memories for Roger and Geraldine. As Roger has lived here in the village all his life, he is always pleased to pass on his extensive knowledge of the local area and good places to visit. You are also welcome to borrow local maps and guide books to help you plan your day with the many interesting places for you to visit.