Rated as the number one farm for hospitality since Feather Down arrived on these shores, we put thought into your every need before you even arrive at Boswarthen, providing everything from staggered ‘countdown’ checklists in the lead-up to your holiday, to arrival night meals and lists of everything stocked in our Farm Larder. So when a guest described their holiday with us as “off the charts it was so good,” we felt the care we take was truly being recognised.
The invigorating sauna and hot tub of our Field Spa attract many group bookings as well as families to this stunning part of Cornwall and with beaches nearby and a microclimate that allows palm trees to grow, nature has truly looked kindly on this part of the world. The active can surf, swim, bike and walk to their heart’s delight, before stocking up on Cornwall’s seafood, cream teas and pasties.
Like so many artists, you’ll be drawn to nearby towns like St Ives for the wonderful light, and the Eden Project and Minack Theatre are on our doorstep too. You can also visit the Paradise Park Bird Sanctuary, as well as the nearby tin mines at Levant and Geevor. We are surrounded by lovely gardens galore in the neighbourhood like the National Trust’s Trengwainton Gardens, Glendurgan and the Lost Gardens Of Heligan.
Back at the farm, indulge in Maddy’s delicious dinners, including her Cornish lasagne around the campfire, which one guest said was so good it should be mentioned in the guidebooks!