- carrot in a pasty, now common, used to be the sign of an inferior pasty
- the largest Cornish pasty ever made was 32 feet long
- superstitious Cornish fisherman refuse to take a Pasty on board their boat, fearing bad luck
- it is said that the Devil himself wouldn’t cross the Tamar River into Cornwall for fear of being turned into a pasty, as anything and everything can be put in a pasty.
With 80% of Cornwall surrounded by sea, Cornwall boasts the most coastline in Britain, coming in at a whopping 476km. With it’s beaches being rated amoung some of the best in the world, there is a great variety of types of beaches. Of course you can’t really go wrong wherever you go, but do check the tides. Here are our thoughts on what our local beaches are each best for.
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!
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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.
There are tonnes of brilliant things to do here in lovely Cornwall. It is hard to just pick a few, but inspired by our half-term plans, here are a selection of options for some top half term fun!
Each of our cottages has the following already in it, read the list so save you over packing!
Cornwall is officially sub-tropical and is considerably milder than the rest of Britain. Even so, it is sometimes good to know some fun alternative to the gorgeous beaches and outdoor pursuits. Here is the Coombe Farm Cottages top six…