We wish to reassure everyone we are doing everything we possibly can to make safe and enjoyable stays possible. We have put together some information below that we hope will give guests more information regarding their holiday. We are following guidance from the UK Government and the Professional Association of Self Caterers (PASC) are excited to welcome everyone back as soon as possible. We are lucky to be in a remote area of the country where social distancing is extremely easy, and we encourage our guests to explore the great outdoors. Below is a brief list of what to expect when you get to Coombe Farm Cottages.
Here are 5 reasons why is it so great to holiday at Coombe Farm Cottages, and this does not even include any of the fabulous nearby attractions
We love swimming and our pool is great. Often it’s the first thing guests do when they arrive on their holiday, jump straight in! Set in the green farm fields it’s a peaceful spot for a dip and a great way of exercising.
What better way to explore the local marine life than a spot of rock pooling? Every child (and lots of adults) favourite beach past time. Here are some hints and tips to help you get the most out of your expeditions.
On holiday, don’t fancy cooking? check out your options here for takeaways and deliveries.
We love dogs and our dog friendly accommodation is perfect. Walking is one of the very best ways to discover the beauty and the variety of the Cornish landscape, at all times of year.
Many Cornish Beaches have seasonal restrictions banning dogs, usually from Easter Day until 1st October, with signs at the entrance to the beach. Some ban during the day but allow dogs in the early morning (before 7 or 8 depending) and late evening (usually after 7) - the sign will specify. And most beaches are dog friendly out of season. However, the beaches below allow dogs at any time (to the best of our knowledge). Have fun with your four legged friends on the beautiful beaches.
So, I suppose the first thing to do is to wish you a very “Pask Lowen”, which is Cornish for Happy Easter. Hopefully you will get lots of “Oys Pask”, yes, you guessed it, Easter Eggs!
Robert Stephen Hawker, born in 1803, was the eccentric Parson of Morwenstow in coastal North Cornwall credited with originating the Harvest Festival we celebrate today. An eccentric Cornish vicar and poet, was is no ordinary chap…
There are lots of fabulous walking options around Coombe Farm, whether it be the local roads, the award winning South-West Coastal Path or Bodmin Moor.