South Cornwall B&B farmhouse, England
Description from the accommodation owner
South Cornwall B&B farmhouse, England: the story of this holiday company
We care for our land in a sustainable, natural way and are rewarded with an abundance of wildlife We have never used chemical sprays so the environment is clean, pure and influenced by the Atlantic breezes with the south Cornish coast just two miles away.
In season we provide fresh produce from our own extensive gardens, grown using organic methods for maximum quality, purity and a great taste. We provide a hearty farmhouse breakfast made with locally sourced ingredients. We have been voted one of the best b&b's in Cornwall and the South West for food by the Guardian.
Responsible tourism: South Cornwall B&B farmhouse, England
Soil Association Certified organic farm, fully equipped with modern conveniences is a very special place to stay. Our rooms are spacious, en-suite, have solar heated spring water showers and very comfortable king-size or double beds. Organic teas and ground coffee, flat screen TV, free broadband wi-fi access, local maps, books and restaurant lists are all supplied in your room. We use local seasonal produce from the finest local suppliers and feature a range of our home grown and home made tasties for our award winning Buttervilla heritage tomatoes for our award winning breakfasts. In season fresh strawberries and raspberries are from our own kitchen garden, along with our sought after heirloom tomatoes, which we grow for Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall restaurant, a guaranteed treat for your taste buds at breakfast. Gill bakes the bread, makes the granola & yoghurt, the jam comes from our own fruit and our rare breed hens lay the eggs. Yummy!
Many of our guests love to walk the very beautiful coastal paths of the south Cornish coast, experience the stunning views from the trails across Bodmin Moor or explore the hidden river valleys that wander through lush woodlands to reach the south coast. We have put together a list of our favorite trails to help you explore the beauty of Cornwall and relax in some of the worlds most beautiful scenery. Local books, maps and most important - inside information on were to walk and what to see on the day is always served up by Gill, on request with your breakfast along with the all important local weather forecast.
Buttervilla Farm is run by Robert Hocking an inspirational grower who has got together with two other farms, Keveral and Skye Grove to grow a range of extraordinary and diverse plants including heritage tomatoes, edible flowers and microleaf (infant food plant leaves to scatter over salads and grills) The produce is organic and in the case of Skye Grove ultra-green since all the ploughing is actually done using draught horses. The quality of the vegetables and the variety is awesome – it makes you want to cook. Rose Prince Good Food Producers Guide 2011
We support our local restaurants It is advisable to check opening times and to book well in advance for the most popular, as they are normally fully booked over weekends during the peak season. We list on our website with the nearest first. Looe has the best choice of restaurants and usually somewhere can be found with out a reservation. We have only listed a few and many change chefs each season so please do let us know if you find somewhere good so we can add them to our list.
We can offer advice on places to visit, the local festivals & events, the best restaurants, point you in the direction of those special walks and print a map to guide you to those hidden beaches. Our local knowledge, gained from being born and having always lived in this area assures that you experience the best Cornwall has to offer.