From the Village
Coombe Mill sits in its own hamlet between the villages of St Breward and St Tudy. Tucked away in the country there is plenty to do on the doorstep!
The Old Inn at St Breward is a truly old world Cornish pub which is welcoming to families and pets. They are the highest pub in Cornwall and you can see the sea from there! Their Moorland Grills are their speciality
The Cornish Arms at St Tudy is currently under redevelopment re opening soon.
Cycle hire is available from the village and the famous Camel trail starts just 1 mile from Coombe Mill at Wenfordbridge. From here the beautiful old railway track takes you 17 miles through woodland and estuary to Padstow via Bodmin and Wadebridge. Join the trial anywhere along the way. At Coombe Mill we have a covered cycle store if you bring your bikes down with you, or hire them for several days during your stay.
Just up the road from us Hengar Manor have a lovely big indoor pool complex open to the public. There is a handy baby pool, fun slide in the main pool and Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room too; ideal for a wet afternoon.
Try riding out over Bodmin Moor on a hack with our local stables at Hellaganna. Children need to be age 4 and over to ride.
St Breward is located right on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Travel over the cattle grids and enter a beautiful, spacious if slightly wild environment. With streams following through and plenty of run around space, ponies and sheep grazing loose it is a popular retreat for families with a picnic; great freedom for children and dogs. Just a little further towards Camelford and the delights of Rough Tor and Brown Willy with breath taking views and rocky outcrops which the children love to climb and hide inside: http://bit.ly/CountryKids
St Breward Stores is a friendly family run shop open 7 days a week and have a wide range of essential items and Cornish produce
The Post Off ice
This is also an internet cafe serving coffee by day and fresh pizza delivery evenings (not all year). A welcoming village atmosphere