The nature and wildlife available at your fingertips at Butterwell makes us a unique destination for your holiday. We offer guests a beautiful and peaceful setting to appreciate unspoilt nature and wildlife in Cornwall within our private grounds.
Butterwell is A Special Area of Conservation, An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and A Site of Specific Scientific Interest. We also land categorised as Ancient Woodlands. It’s our priority to manage our land in an environmentally sensitive and sustainable way to preserve Butterwell for future generations.
Butterwell is home to an abundance of wildlife including otters, foxes, deer, badger, stoat, squirrel, mole, woodpecker, buzzard, dipper, kingfisher, heron, egret, willow tit, coal tit, jay, sparrow hawk, bitten, owls and Canadian geese. We also have amphibian residents including terrapins, frogs, toads, grass snakes and adders. Most of these wonderful creatures choose to rear their young right here at Butterwell. View the gallery below to see some examples.
Here are a couple of videos of wildlife at Butterwell Farm.