Our Easter stay at Coombe Mill

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  1. Oh Karen this post is just amazing, I have to be honest I was really worried Easter wouldn’t live up to the fun you had with us last Christmas. It was only having a gin together on the last night I realised I needn’t have worried, that this week had indeed been just as special with new things to discover on the farm. I love all your photos of the girls and Coombe Mill and I’m so pleased you got to experience a dry and mud free week here too! I’m thrilled you have the “Coombe Mill Bug” and will be returning again next year.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write and share on #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Thank YOU Fiona. Christmas was amazing. The mud didn’t matter then – it was just such a great holiday. But this time was brilliant. The farm experience was both familiar and yet different with it being at a different time of the year. I think it was even better for Emily being 18 months older than last time. The common factor in both holidays was how welcoming you and the rest of the family (and Amber) were.

  2. Sherry says:

    I’ve read so many posts about staying at Coombe Mill and I desperately want to take the family as I know J will love every second of it but with family organised trips to Florida and Mexico we are struggling somewhat with annual leave for the next 2 years – hopefully we will get there soon – it looks like you’ve all had the best time #CountryKids

  3. It’s great to read about Coombe Mill from a guests point of view. My in-laws actually only live about 20 minutes away from it so I’d love to stay at some point. Sarah #CountryKids

  4. Sonia Cave says:

    It looks like such an idyllic place to stay with children and with everything thought of, it means mum and dad get a bit of a break too. I love the idea of feeding the animals everyday and I’d be racing my trio to do it!! #countrykidsfun

  5. emma T says:

    Sounds like you had a great time. I always think the accommodation and facilities sound amazing for families.

    It’s ironic you’re eating quorn while on a farm! #countrykids

  6. otisandus says:

    Wow these pictures make me want to visit Coombe Mill even more! I really hope we can get to stop by this Summer, it looks absolutely wonderful and I know my little ones would love it! #Countrykids

  7. Claire says:

    Sounds like you had an amazing time.

  8. Jo says:

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    What a wonderful stay and there is so much to do both on the farm and off! A fabulous part of the world we love Cornwall. Fiona’s brilliant activities for the kids are always inspiring! #countrykids

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    Coombe Mill really does sound like a wonderful place to stay, especially at this time of year with all the baby animals! Cornwall has been on my ‘must-visit’ list for a while, so I may well book a stay at some point in the future.

  10. Kara says:

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    We have done two Christmas stays at Coombe Mill and are desperate to return and see it when the weather is warmer (and drier). Looks like you had an amazing time #countrykids

  11. Helena says:

    Coombe Mill sounds like the place to be when it comes to holiday time. #CountryKids

  12. I must admit I am always in aware of Fiona’s activity mornings they always look amazing. How lovely to spend time on a working farm during lambing season. Good to know it lived up to expectations xx #CountryKids

  13. So glad you had such a wonderful time and how lovely to have some new lambs being born while you were there. Coombe Mill looks like such an amazing place for a family holiday and I’m always amazed by how much Fiona seems to pack in to activity hour. Hopefully one day I will get to take the girls there for a holiday – it’s been on my list for a while now! It’s good to know that there is still plenty to do even when the weather isn’t quite so obliging too. #CountryKids

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