Archive of: June, 2020
The castle is a magical day out. Everyone has heard of Tintagel Castle, and it’s mythical links to King Arthur. It’s cliff top location is dramatic, and spans from the mainland out to the Island, and includes Merlin’s Cave down at the foot of the cliffs. This unique castle brings the past to life, and also combines striking views, captivating ruins and a yummy seaside café.
So, after careful (and sad) review of the inventory in light of recent events, this is what the cottages now contain. We have put this list together to help guests with what they do and don’t need to pack. Do get in touch if you have any questions.
We wish to reassure everyone we are doing everything we possibly can to make safe and enjoyable stays possible. We have put together some information below that we hope will give guests more information regarding their holiday. We are following guidance from the UK Government and the Professional Association of Self Caterers (PASC) are excited to welcome everyone back as soon as possible. We are lucky to be in a remote area of the country where social distancing is extremely easy, and we encourage our guests to explore the great outdoors. Below is a brief list of what to expect when you get to Coombe Farm Cottages.
How to make your very own elderflower cordial. In early June the Cornish countryside is brimming with beautiful, colourful wildflowers. One of the most fragrant is the elderflower, which can be found growing wild on trees all over our beautiful county. It’s many delicate white blooms are not only pretty, they can be picked and transformed into a delicous and refreshing drink.
Guest Information - please read this for information about the swimming pool
Information for guests - Guide to your cottage have read through of this useful information from the welcome folder.
Some active ideas for getting out and about, check out these local spots