Enjoy a cottage holiday in Cornwall, take advantage of the local beaches and engage in some countryside activities…
About the farm:
Nestled in Cornwall countryside, close to the valley of the River Inny, Coombe Farm Cottages (5/5 Trip Advisor rating) invites holidaymakers for a self-catering stay away from the city hustle. The farm enjoys proximity to the local beaches, small towns and many of the Cornish attractions.
- Converted farm cottages suitable for up to six people, boasting private gardens and BBQ areas
- Opportunity to feed the animals daily and collect the eggs with Farmer Jez
- Children’s play area; car park; complimentary Wi-Fi onsite
- Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 10am
- Dogs allowed at a £25 surcharge per stay
Included in all options: Self-catering stay in a cottage >>
Option 1: arriving between 3 Oct and 20 Dec 2016
- £119-£152 for 3 nights, arriving Fri-Sun, depending on number of people sharing
- £159-£203 for 4 nights, arriving Mon-Fri, depending on number of people sharing
- £278-£356 for 7 nights, arriving Mon-Mon, depending on number of people sharing
Option 2: arriving between 3 Feb and 22 May 2017
- £131-£167 for 3 nights, arriving Fri-Sun, depending on number of people sharing
- £175-£223 for 4 nights, arriving Mon-Fri, depending on number of people sharing
- £306-£392 for 7 nights, arriving Mon-Mon, depending on number of people sharing
From Bude to Land’s End, Cornwall encompasses everything from chocolate-box villages to vast Atlantic coastlines and vibrant surfing hubs. As residents are rarely more than a half-hour drive from the sea, there’s no surprise it plays a huge part in Cornish life. Busy fishing harbours allow fresh fish to go from boat to plate in 24 hours. One good place to sample this is in one of the local Michelin starred seafood restaurants.
With clubs, bars, and extreme sports, Newquay has plenty to offer a youthful crowd. Family-friendly Falmouth has more sheltered beaches and days outs to suit all ages. It is also the home of the National Maritime Museum. Tintagel and it’s castle, the fabled home of King Arthur, are always popular, as is Bude, a firm family favourite. Inland a little, the Eden Project’s greenhouse biomes are one of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions. Visitors can also buy into the local legends on Bodmin Moor or hike, cycle or horse ride along the rugged landscape to catch a glimpse of the fabled beast, or better still, Mr Poldark himself.
- Valid from Oct 2016 to May 2017.
- Excluded dates/periods: 22-29 Oct 2016, 20 Dec 2016, 31 Jan 2017, 11-18 Feb 2017, 31 Mar-23 April 2017.
- Valid 7 days a week.
- Price for 2, 4 or 6 people.
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