Butterwell Farm in the Camel Valley is a unique and special location, which has been enjoyed across the generations for over 30 years. The number of returning guests year on year is testament to its wonderful charm and appeal.

Home to married couple and dedicated hosts, Sam and Rachel, Butterwell is a family run business and you will therefore feel immediately at home and relaxed in your environment.

Guests are invited to explore and enjoy the beauty of our private forty-acre estate and woodlands at their leisure. Much of our land is designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and classified as a Site of Specific Scientific Interest (SSSI). We are home to otters, ducks, kingfishers, roe deer, badgers, buzzards and much more. Get up close with rare animals, birds and unusual flowers in their natural environment. Read more on our Nature page.

Butterwell is the perfect base for exploring the whole of Cornwall with a host of nearby sandy beaches and Cornwall’s famous and rugged Coastal Path and Bodmin Moor – our location is a walker’s paradise. Bring your bicycles or hire them locally and roam along the adjacent famous Camel Trail (Wadebridge 4 miles and Padstow 9 miles) or explore the nearby extensive off-road forestry trails, which are ideal for the more experienced rider. Just a short walk across the river is the famous Camel Valley Vineyards with their award winning and world famous English wine. They host weekly Wine Tours during busier periods. See our Things to Do page for more ideas.