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.
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.
There are so many brilliant and different day trips from Coombe Farm Cottages, it is hard to choose which to do…here are four that come highly recommended:
There is obviously too much to choose from already in terms of what to do when you are staying at Coombe Farm Cottages. However, things can always be even better, so here are a few suggestions to check out before you start your holiday. It might give you new ideas, help you plan your break, or even save you money!
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!
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…
The views during the whole walk to the beach were just breath taking. We had to stop and take more photos, as it was just so beautiful, a very memorable walk indeed. We all just loved the beach and had the best day. We paddled, swam, found jellyfish, played rounders, ate pasties, sunbathed and kept and eye on the tide.
We decided it was time to try out Europe’s longest & fastest zipwire, which takes you on a flight over the iconic Eden Project. For a long time I have totally not wanted to do this at all, as it looks very high up and scary. We are regular visitors to the Eden Project and the SkyWire is very popular, people are always whizzing across bravely overhead.
A run down of the local firework events for 2016. Find out the best spot to view this seasonal treat. Be it in the park up by Launceston Castle, or over the sea at Widemouth Bay.
If you are looking to get into the Halloween spirit in North Cornwall and get a bit spooky, then here are some ideas that everyone will enjoy.