Come and visit Cornwall this Spring and see the Spring flowers blooming in the hedgerows and Butterwell gardens. Book a last minute rural escape this March or April and experience the beauty of Cornwall in the low season.

Book a spontaneous short break to Cornwall this Spring and fill your lungs with countryside air, or learn to surf on some of the long sandy beaches the North Cornish Coast is famous for, before the crowds arrive.

At Butterwell Farm self-catered holiday cottages in Cornwall children can run wild and free in the safety of their private enclosed garden, before venturing beyond into our 40 acre nature reserve teeming with wildlife and natural adventures for all the family.  Explore from your door and discover our gate onto the Camel Trail which will take you directly to Wadebridge and Padstow along an old railway line, now a mecca for families, bikers, dog walkers and horse riders alike.  Running along the banks of the River Camel up to the Camel Estuary the trail is a wonderful place to spot wildlife, have a picnic and play eye spy! Read our full guide to the Camel Trail here.



Discover somewhere new on your next visit to Cornwall.  Butterwell Farm is ideally located 20 minutes from both North and South coasts where you can easily visit Polzeath, Watergate Bay, Padstow, Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and beyond.  There are a plethora of fantastic restaurants and pubs in Cornwall serving local produce and fresh seafood; we are more than happy to make recommendations in anticipation of your visit.  We have created our own Cornwall restaurant guide here which is by no means exhaustive:

National Trust Lanhydrock house, garden and wooded estate is a short 15 minute drive from Butterwell Farm, the Eden Project 20 minutes, Pencarrow House 10 minutes and much much more.  What’s on your Cornish Bucket List?




So don’t delay book your Cornish adventure now.  All of our self-catering properties are available for short breaks this March and April, and don’t forget dogs are always welcome for your pawfect holiday!

There’s nothing like fresh air, greenery and wildlife to boost your happiness and wellbeing. So go on, book a retreat.  Long weekends and spontaneous mid-week breaks – start planning yours today.

For other ideas on things to do in Cornwall in the area, please visit our dedicated pages.

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If you are interested in staying or fishing at Butterwell Farm please contact us today!