|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms. This superior cottage is the perfect base for a memorable Cornish adventure. This thoughtfully converted spacious two storey barn conversion is the perfect place to get away from it all. The “upside down” arrangement allows for the entire first floor to be a large living space for cooking, eating, sitting & relaxing. Woodburner. Pine stairs (with stair gate at the top) lead up from the ground floor entrance hall to a fully fitted kitchen area with washing machine, dishwasher and microwave. The sitting area has a colour TV with free-view, DVD player. The floor to ceiling windows allow lots of natural light in, and the French doors lead out to a balcony with views over the swimming pool and the valley beyond. With slate floor throughout, Godrevy Barn offers a master bedroom with en-suite shower room with WC, a twin-bedded room and one with bunk beds. Central Heating. Family bathroom has a bath with shower. Onsite car park. WiFi. Travel cot & Highchair on request.
Originally an ancient farmstead, Coombe Farm now offers four luxury self-catering cottages in North Cornwall. Coombe Farm Cottages are tucked away at the end of a country lane. In this peaceful rural setting you forget the proximity to major trunk roads, which make exploring all of Cornwall so easy.
Everyday there is always lots of fun to be had on the farm, and lots to do! Read about Farmer Jez, the animals and the day to day goings on at Coombe Farm.
While retaining the original farm layout, four of the farm buildings have been converted into outstanding holiday cottages with private gardens. There is an outdoor heated swimming pool (May-September) with spacious sun deck and BBQ facilities.
The communal garden and play area are very popular with children. Guests are also invited to help or watch Farmer Jez on his daily rounds, including feeding the pigs, sheep and horses and collecting the chicken’s eggs.
All cottages have access to the pool, private outdoor area, are fully equipped, free Wi-Fi on the property, on-site parking and fantastic rural views.
Within it’s grassy fields Coombe Farm is home to lambs & sheep that munch away all day, or snooze in the shade by the trees. There are generally 3 saddleback pigs in residence in the back field away from the cottages. They are very friendly and love being fed.
Coombe Farm has amazing facilities. The outdoor pool is heated from May to September (weather permitting), and everyone comments how surprisingly warm it is! There’s a spacious sun terrace with built in BBQ,sun loungers and tables and chairs so you can just spend the day swimming and relaxing by the pool.
Lou & Jez Conway took over at Coombe Farm in October 2013. We moved with our young children Ella and William and Granny Sally, 2 dogs and 3 cats. We love the area, the beautiful valley we live in, the pasties, the fresh air, the friendly people, the slower pace of life, the big skies, the cream teas, the wildlife, the rugged coastline. We want to work towards a small holding lifestyle with a few animals and a large vegetable patch. The good life!
Louise Conway purchased this barn in 2013
We love Coombe Farm as it is totally remote and secluded, quiet and peaceful. It is also 5 mins from major trunk roads & the market town of Launceston. It is an ideal base to explore North Cornwall, the moors, the coast, the historic villages.
Staying at Coombe Farm you will have the farm experience of living with and feeding the animals, including chickens, pigs, ponies, sheep and goats.
It has a swimming pool, heated in the main season (May - Sept).
An excellent place to stay to enjoy the delights of North Cornwall and beyond. Something very special is going on here- great people- great venue and facilities. The farm and surrounding area are beautiful and nothing it too much trouble from the owners Jez and Lou. My son enjoyed the pool everyday, fed the animals with Jez every morning and simply loved it. Would recommend this for families especially with younger children but could also see myself going here with girlfriends for a retreat! We loved it. Will definitely consider booking again.
What a wonderful cottage, the rooms and really comfortable and we had everything we needed;the pool was an extra bonus. It’s very relaxing and homely!! The owners made us feel very welcome.
Godrevy Barn is enjoyable in every way from the beds to the balcony. Great location with a great view. Lots of things to do so we never got bored. The heated pool was great , we went in everyday.
Do check out the blog on our website for seasonal guides of what to do, and upcoming events.
Crackington Haven is a rugged tidal beach with sand, pebbles & truly amazing rock formations. 20 mins by car
Trebarwith Strand is a sandy surfy beach with scenic, rocky peripheral areas, sitting at the end of a picturesque valley. 25 mins by car.
Widemouth Bay is ideal for families & offers a variety of seaside activities. 25 mins by car
Daymer Bay is a beautiful beach perfect for family day trips. 35 mins by car
Polzeath is famous for surfing. 35 mins by car
Bude 30 mins by car
Car is essential. Plenty of parking in onsite car park.
Newquay airport 45 mins away by car.
Launceston - 6 miles
Tintagel - Legendary hone of King Arthur & his castle - 14 miles
Bodmin Moor - fabulous walks and wildlife - 15 miles
Boscastle - beautiful harbour town - 13 miles
Padstow - seaside town, well worth exploring - 30 miles
Newquay - zoo & aquarium very popular, as well as surf beaches & shops- 40 miles
Looe - explore the south coast - 25 miles
Trethorne Leisure Park is the biggest undercover attraction in North Cornwall and less than 5 minutes away. It has an indoor play area including a scary drop slide and a wavy slide, in addition to an outdoor play area. There are a variety of animals, some of which children can feed, including ponies and a shire horse. Trethorne also offers an excellent indoor bowling facility, and an 18-hole golf course, but that’s really more for the adults.
Launceston Steam Railway is always popular with kids. Only ten minutes drive, the railway is open off season, but a good idea to check the times of the trains before you plan to take a ride.
Tamar Otter & Wildlife Centre is in nearby North Petherwin. Set in 21 acres the woddlands and lakes are home to Otters and also various types of deer, owls, peacocks, Scottish wildcats and waterfoul.
Tintagel Castle is a magical day out with its wonderful location, set high on the rugged clifftop. It offers striking views and captivating ruins and a yummy beach café
Hidden Valley Discovery Park is another local adventure. Described as the most mysterious adventure in Cornwall, it’s attractions include children’s play areas and various cafes and shops.
The Arthurian Centre at Slaughterbridge (gruesome name) is the place to go to discover all about King Arthur. See the Inscribed Stone believed to date back to the 6th century, and the Battlefield, and learn more relating to the facts and fiction surrounding this fascinating local character.
Cornwall’s Crealy Great Adventure Park boasts a day of thrills and spills galore.
Springfields Fun Park & Pony Centre. A selection of the many activities available are rowing your boats, driving go-karts, exploring the pirate ship, train riding around the park, riding in a horse and carriage, watching the duck racing and the pony show. There are also indoor and outdoor kids play areas.
The Monkey Sanctuary is home to rescued monkeys, this centre has plenty for animal lovers.
Horse riding is available on nearby Bodmin Moor.