Lewannick, Launceston PL15 7QQ
Countryside Location, Rustic Food, Cornish Produce, Boutique Guestrooms
Coombeshead Farm is a working farm, guesthouse, restaurant and bakery set amongst 66 acres of lush meadow, woodland and oak-lined streams. The brainchild of chefs Tom Adams and April Bloomfield, this charming venue epitomizes West Country hospitality. Guests can look forward to good old fashioned farm-to-fork food and cosy accommodation during their stay.
Dining at Coombeshead Farm
Coombeshead Farm serves dinner Thursday to Sunday, at a set price of £70 per person. Dinner begins at 6.45 pm with a series of snacks, followed by a five-course meal that varies from season to season. As you’d expect, meat takes centre stage at Coombeshead Farm. Their rare-breed Mangalitzas pigs feature highly on the 'menu' and you can expect everything from pork scratchings to thick homemade sausages. Likewise, fresh veg, homegrown herbs and biodynamic wines are all likely to make an appearance during your meal.
Coombeshead Farm is committed to producing dishes that are both sustainable and responsible. Everything set in front of you is either grown on-site or sourced from trusted producers.
Stay the Night
If the thought of botanical cocktails or a fragrant Coombeshead negroni takes your fancy, you may wish to stay the night. Each room is decked out in a modern country style, with singles starting from £130/night and comfy double rooms setting you back around £180/night.
Rates are inclusive of bed and breakfast (exclusive of dinner) and the farmhouse does not offer accommodation for children under the age of 16.