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My first Hillclimb of 2015 at Wiscombe Park and I booked in to Combe House, my fifth year I think. Chris has always been welcoming, as you will see from the other reports, everyone is offered tea and cake on arrival, I have stayed two...More
Response from chrisatcombehouse, Owner at Combe House Bed and BreakfastResponded 3 May 2015
Thank you John for your detailed and lovely review - next time you visit I will try a new cake recipe - you have been warned!
Thanks again - it's always nice to receive positive feedback.
An Easter visit to friends was made even more enjoyable by a lovely stay at Coombe House, a delight period house with modern amenities. Our charming bedroom had a lovely view over the garden and beyond. Breakfasts were a treat especially the home made jams....More
Chris is a great hostess 6 of us stayed for one night, Chris had baked a cake for us on arrival the beds were very comfortable, showers were great. breakfast was good and very filling (did not eat again until 17:30). Thanks for a good...More
Response from chrisatcombehouse, Owner at Combe House Bed and BreakfastResponded 28 February 2015
John - my 100th review!!! Thank you.
The "goodies" you left behind have gone to the local brownies and guides in Colyton, who have a sale next weekend here in Colyton. It seemed a good choice.
Good luck with the house sale - perhaps the...More
A really lovely B&B in a house full of character but also very comfortable. I spent one night and couldn't have had a nicer stay. Chris was very welcoming and ensured we had everything we needed and the breakfast was absolutely fantastic - with home...More
We arrived to cups of tea and home made Christmas cake served in the dining area of the kitchen. Chris was happy to fill us in on the local information and direct us to a local pub for dinner. The rooms and beds were warm...More