A Magical Christmas at Coombe Mill

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  1. Coombe Mill says:

    We have so many matching photos this really made me smile. I think Christmas Eve was my favourite day too, everything went to plan and we were so lucky with the weather too. the best part for me was watching the faces on all the children so full of excitement all day.. I missed Emily’s face emerging from the train tunnel but her little jump for joy inside the tunnel was priceless. I’m not surprised they were asleep in minutes, it really had been a busy afternoon and a late evening too. thank you for the lovely write up and I hope memories of your Coombe Mill Christmas stay with you all for many years to come. xx

    • stoppingattwo says:

      It really was magical. I can’t wait to see you GIF of Emily as she was just so surprised and excited about receiving a present from Santa when she was on the train. Really did epitomise the magic of Christmas

  2. Katy says:

    I so enjoyed yours and Fiona’s photos during your stay. It sounds like an amazing time was had by all. xxx

  3. karen says:

    What a lovely, lovely way to spend Christmas. We went for New Year and had a magical time too x

  4. I have been loving reading your posts about Coombe Mill at Christmas. Every time I read them I type, we must visit soon, and I’m so frustrated that I don’t know when that will be! Great write up Karen x

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    Christmas at Coombe Mill looks amazing, I really want to go but sadly my husband’s job means he can’t take time off work over Christmas. We popped in when we holidayed nearby a couple of years ago and found it such a lovely place, Cheeky Chap still talks about it. Just annoyed that Fiona was on holiday! 😉

  6. Having stayed next door in Honeysuckle just before Easter I can imagine just how wonderful Christmas would be at Coombe Mill, memories to treasure #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      They are brilliant cottages aren’t they? I think I would love to go at Easter – must be great to be on the farm with all the baby animals!

  7. I’ve just been reading Fiona’s post on Christmas Eve and it sounded so wonderful – fantastic to see yours from the other side, I can imagine how magical it would have been for the kids. #countrykids

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