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Is the farm open for visitors?

At this time, visits to the farm are by appointment only.

Do you host weddings?

We can host weddings, and other small parties, of up to 30 guests. Please email for more information.

How do I book a voucher?

Please visit our website where you can purchase gift cards.

Will you be extending the expiration on vouchers due to Covid-19?

Yes, we will be extending the expiration on all vouchers set to expire during or after our closure period, for the length of time that we have remained closed, giving you plenty of time to use it in the future.


What are you doing to protect against Covid-19? 

Please see our Covid-19 statement. 

Guesthouse & Grain Store

What days are you open?

Our restaurant is open from Thursday – Sunday inclusive for dinner. The Farmhouse and Grain Store are open to staying guests from Thursday – Monday morning for bed and breakfast.

What time is check in and check out? 

You can check into the guest house from 4pm. Check out is at 10.30am. We kindly ask that you are prompt  for check out in order to allow for our house keeping team to carry out an extensive deep clean.

How many guests can stay at the farm? 

The farmhouse can accommodate up to 12 people, across 5 double bedrooms and one adult sized bunk. We also have four additional rooms, accommodating a further 8 people, in our converted Grain Store. The Cottage sleeps 4 people.

Do you have any twin beds? 

Room 3, 5, 8 and 9 can be made into twin beds, please let us know if you would like this to be arranged. 

How do I book a room? 

When bookings are made available once again, you will be able to book in online via our website. We no  longer take bookings via phone or email, unless you are trying to book with a voucher. 

Can I book the whole house? 

Yes. Please email for further details on this. 

Do you have any wheelchair accessible rooms?

Rooms 6 & 7 are wheelchair friendly, please contact us for more information.

What is the setting like?

As well as a guesthouse and restaurant, we are a working farm and bakery. Unfortunately this does mean that members of the farm - both human and animal - are up and about as the sun rises. We apologise wholeheartedly in advance if you are disturbed by any noise from either cockerel or bakery.

Our new Grain Store rooms are well insulated and double glazed but please bear in mind that rooms 6 & 7 open out opposite our on site bakery. We endeavour to keep noise to an absolute minimum but if you sleep with the windows open you will have the smell of fresh bread from the early hours. Rooms 1 - 5 are situated in our 19th century farmhouse, set above the farmyard and thus away from bakery and kitchen, surrounded by garden and beside the small country lane on which Coombeshead dwells. Rooms 8 & 9 face only the farm - whilst the pigs and hens remain subdued for the most part, the cockerels will be up without fail as the sun rises so please do bear this in mind when booking. 

Do you accept children?

Sadly, unless you are hiring out the whole Farmhouse (sleeps 12) or the Cottage (sleeps 4), we do now say that the farm is only suitable for children over the age of 12. If you hire the whole Farmhouse or the Cottage then children and babies of any age are welcome. Children and babies are also welcome for Sunday lunch.

Do you accept dogs?

Dogs are welcome on the grounds of the farm but as a working farm with livestock kept throughout the year, we please ask that your dog is kept under control. Due to our open kitchen, dogs are not allowed in the restaurant or in the Farmhouse. Rooms 6 & 7 in the Grain Store are dog friendly, with a £20 fee applied per animal per stay. In addition, if you book the whole Farmhouse as a hire out then you are welcome to bring your dog.

What happens if I need to cancel? 

Please see our cancellation policy

How do I get to you? 

Please see our Directions and Travel document

Are there any places nearby to stay? 

Please see our list of local accommodation 

Do you have any recommendations of things to do while we are there? 

Please see our Things To Do document 

Can you help to arrange my travel to you? 

Unfortunately, we are not able to help with this, please see information on trains and taxis in our Directions and Travel document..



What time is dinner? 

Dinner will commence promptly at 7pm, in order to ensure all guests are out by 10pm. 

Do you serve lunch? 

Lunch is served on Sundays.

Do you serve breakfast to guests not staying at the farm? 

We can only accommodate guests staying at the farm for breakfast.

Do you take walk ins? 

We operate the rooms and restaurant on a strict reservation only basis. 

What dietary requirements do you cater for? 

We will try to cater for most dietary needs and allergies as long as we are given enough notice. Please notify us upon booking. However, we do not feel comfortable accepting those with Coeliac Disease due to the onsite milling of flour in our bakery.

Do you accept dogs? 

Due to the open plan kitchen, we are not allowed dogs in the restaurant due to health and safety reasons.

Do you accept children? 

Sadly, unless you are hiring out the whole Farmhouse, we do now say that the restaurant is only suitable for children over the age of 12, except for Sunday lunch where babies and children of any ages are welcome. If you hire the whole Farmhouse then children and babies of any age are welcome. 



Where do you deliver? 

Most of our provisions are available for delivery to any Mainland UK address to be delivered on either Thursday or Friday ready for the weekend.

How do I find out when you are releasing new products? 

Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to find out when new products are released. 

Where do you sell your bread? 

Current retailers (aside from ourselves, via our online shop, for delivery or collection):

  • Philip Warren On The Pass 
  • Fee’s Food in Rock 
  • Rick Stein’s Deli in Padstow 

Can I buy a voucher for provisions? 

Yes, these can be purchased via our website.