Butterfield House

The 19th century Rectory where historic listed status meets Gothic luxury.

Located in the sweeping hills North East of Newquay, the 19th century Rectory is one of Cornwall’s best kept holiday secrets. Nova Construction completed a period of extensive refurbishment to the listed building and included replacing key structural elements, the installation of a comprehensive M&E package, new glazing, period plastering, decoration and fit out. The property is now enjoyed by a range of private guests seeking a unique holiday setting to explore Cornwall from.

Now exclusively available for private hire through Unique Homes Stays www.uniquehomestays.com +44(0) 1637 881183, the property includes sleeping accommodation for up to 12 guests, a period entrance hall, a library, snug, a grand lounge, large dining room and kitchen diner. Externally Butterfield House enjoys a highly secluded location and boasts landscaped gardens, a heated outdoor swimming pool, separate pool annex and sleeping for additional guests. 

An external view of the gardens and stonework at Butterfield House.
An external view of the gardens and stonework at Butterfield House.
An external view of the gardens and stonework at Butterfield House.
The entrance hallway at Butterfield House.
The main kitchen and catering area within Butterfield House.
The large dining room in Butterfield House, St. Mawgan.
The reading room at Butterfield House.
One of the many large double bedrooms within Butterfield House.
One of the many refurbished period double bedrooms in Butterfield House.
The family main bathroom at Butterfiled House.