Well, kind of. In an ideal world.
A home from home if your home has a crystal clear river running through the garden. If the garden is packed with a kid's heaven of play equipment.
If your home allows you to sleep like a log in a supremely comfy bed with pitch dark skies and perfectly silent nights. If your home, like Willow Cottage, has a jacuzzi bubble bath that you can't get the kids out of.
If, at home you can get up in the morning and pop out for a freshly laid duck egg and feed your breakfast scraps to Dotty the pig. If you can cuddle a lamb.
If you have a tractor at home that the kids can drive, chugging their mates behind in the trailer to feed the donkeys, goats, hens and rabbits.
If you have stunning deer that wander around within feet of you.
If you live within a few minutes drive of Tintagel, Arthurian legends, and the most beautiful beaches in the country.
If you can hop in the car and go visit the Eden project.
If you have a handy store on the doorstep with a freezer stocked with freshly made family meals and a fridge laden with Cornish Clotted Cream and fresh milk. If you have a handy supply of books, games and DVDs that you can snuggle up with in front of a roaring woodburner.
No? Nor me sadly. But you can visit this magical place. You won't be disappointed. I promise.
Please note, this visit to Coombe Mill was not a 'blogger trip'. We were under no obligation to write about our stay. It's simply a magical place that I wanted to share with you. Thank you Fiona, Nick and Family, for our amazing holiday. We're already planning our return trip!