Another fantastic holiday at Coombe Mill

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  1. Aw such a beautiful post. I look forward to you visiting, the girls make friends so easily and clearly enjoy all that goes on at the farm. Seeing the farm though your eyes is wonderful. I feel like all the things I try to create for a family holiday here are actually working when I read the week from your perspective. I know you enjoy it and always worry that each visit won’t live up t the last. I’m now crossing my fingers for a beautiful Cornish summer week when you come next year, but whatever the weather there is always wellies, coats, friendship and gin!

    Thank you for sharing such a beautiful post with me.

  2. Coombe Mill does sound amazing, Fiona is such a whirlwind of organisation and ideas. I didn’t realise so much was included in the holiday. Love those crazy goats and the tractor driving! Your description makes me want to visit right now #CountryKids

  3. It’s great to see it through a customer (and friend)’s eyes after seeing it all from Fiona’s viewpoint week by week – we can see how much work she puts in and it’s lovely to see it’s all appreciated. I’d love to do most of these activities myself, even without the kids !! #countrykids

  4. Sarah says:

    So much fun and fabulous photographs of some wonderful family moments. I love those beautiful rocks and the creative ideas Fiona comes up with. That baby goat is so adorable!

  5. Lol at you booking for next Summer. So glad you had a wonderful time again, your photos speak a million words. How cool that you got cuddles with little Charlie Boots the goat, he is so sweet. Mich x #Countrykids

  6. jo says:

    We went last summer and got a rainy week 🙂 so take waterproofs, the good old Cornish weather! Though weirdly we’d get to the beach and there would be glorious sunshine there! #countrykids

  7. Sonia says:

    Beautiful photos. I love this! What an amazing Easter break for the family.

    Popping over from #CountryKids x

  8. Jo says:

    What a wonderful holiday. Coombe Mill looks fabulous I don’t how Fiona does it all but I discovered it in your post – gin! How lovely to feed the baby animals and join in with the activities hour. I look forward to reading how you get on in summer! #CountryKids

  9. I would love to take the kids to Coombe Mill, but it’s a little far for us 🙂 I’m sad that we never visited before we left the UK! Looks like you had a wonderful week, Fiona and her family really do pull out all the stops for their guests. #countrykids

  10. Kara Guppy says:

    We cannot wait to return to Coombe Mill and are heading back for our third Christmas this year – I would love to visit at Easter

  11. The goats on the trampoline are just too funny! Loving getting the eggs collected and so many cute animals to cuddle – my boys would go mad for that! I am with you on the niggling question – how’s Coombe Mill in the summer, so we may just need to book and discover ourselves 😉 #countrykids

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