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Churchtown Farmhouse

£1120 - £2800 per week

Located in the hamlet of Gwithian, Churchtown Farmhouse is large Grade-II listed Cornish family home that will not fail to enchant anyone looking for a traditional family holiday by the sea. With plenty of room for several generations to unwind, it's scattered with spacious rooms and cosy nooks where you can come together for lively conversation and fine cuisine or curl up somewhere quiet to unwind with a favourite book. Providing somewhere for everyone to rest their heads with five large bedrooms, three en suite, all adorned with fine linens, Churchtown Farmhouse also boasts a large family bathroom with a free-standing bath and a separate shower room.. Perfect for nature-lovers and celebratory get-togethers, here families or friends can fully immerse in the area's colourful beauty and never-ending ocean back drop for countless memorable photographs.

This outstanding family home, where quality time takes centre stage, is located on the north Cornwall coast, with the golden dunes of Gwithian & Godrevy all within strolling distance. Pick a dry, blustery day to walk along the coast path to Godrevy Lighthouse to see the seals playing in the surf followed by a welcome drink in the characterful Red River Inn serving excellent food and Cornish ales. A stone's throw and you are back at the farmhouse where the well-tended lawn provides a choice of spots to sit and soak up the sunshine from breakfast until bedtime. With a purpose-built store for bikes, surfboards and wetsuits, close to the hot outside shower, the owners really have thought of everything. For unrivalled charm and a chance to revel in nature, Churchtown Farmhouse evokes the holidays of British childhoods.


via driveway, door into entrance hall with doors to:

Utility room

washing machine, tumble dryer.

Dining room

table with ten chairs, door to:


with stairs rising to first floor and doors to:


electric range cooker, larder fridge/freezer with ice machine, dishwasher.


Smart TV, corner sofa.

Sitting room

two sofas, two chairs, Smart TV, electric flame effect fire.


WC, basin.

Bedroom 1

king size bed, TV, en suite shower room with WC, basin.

Bedroom 2

zip and link (twin or super king size) beds, TV,

Bedroom 3

zip and link (twin or super king size) beds, TV, en suite shower room with WC, basin.

Bedroom 4

zip and link (twin or super king size) beds, TV, en suite shower room with WC, basin.

Bedroom 5

bunk beds.

Family bathroom

two steps down, freestanding bath with shower attatchement, WC, basin.

Garden and outdoor area

lawned garden with patio area, garden furniture, large shed with storage for bikes and surfboards, outside hot shower.

Additional information

gas underfloor and radiator heating, the mobile phone signal at the property can be sporadic and only available upstairs, WiFi.


Just returned from a fabulous stay, farmhouse was well equipped with everything needed & was very cosy & comfortable. Easily housed all of us without getting under each others feet. Located a short walk from beach & Godrevy for superb views & a short drive to other local beauty spots/beaches. Thank you

October 2021

Gorgeous House. Beautifully decorated and presented. Very spacious for large groups and families. Stunning location with accessible walks and beautiful scenery on the doorstop. Our holiday was perfect made so special by staying in this stunning property.

September 2021

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Holidays in Gwithian

Gwithian is a beautiful area of Cornwall and is home to the beautiful Gwithian beach, a popular location for beach sports and surfers. This impressive stretch of sand is immensely popular with sand yachts and kite buggies as well as being a real hot spot for surfers of all abilities.

Gwithian is a coastal village situated in a conservation area and close to National Trust areas. Here you will find a friendly local pub, three cafes offering delicious refreshments and a surf academy. Being just a short drive to the harbour and beach towns of St IvesPenzanceMouseholePorthleven and Marazion, self catering holidays in Gwithian make for a fun packed holiday for all!

Did you know...

Gwithian forms part of a 3 mile long beach that stretches from Hayle Estuary to Godrevy!

Things to do in Gwithian


With great surf all year round, it's no wonder it's a popular surf spot with both locals and visitors. Perfect for beginners and advanced surfers, Gwithian is an ideal place to learn and progress. With a local Surf school operating from here, first timers will be up and riding in no time. 


Gwithian Towans, Hayle Towans and Godrevy offer three miles of golden sands and the most dramatic coastline stretching across to St Ives Bay. At low tide, with such a vast amount of sand, there is plenty of room for everyone – even horses getting their daily exercise. There are large areas of rock pools and intriguing caves which are great for kids to explore. Visit in the evening and you may be treated to a stunning sunset. Read more about Gwithian Towans and other beaches in the area on our blog. It's also worth visiting the rugged cliffs at Hell's Mouth, which is just a 5 minute drive away, where you can park your car for free and enjoy a delicious cream tea in the cafe.


Foraging is popular in Cornwall, and Gwithian Towans offers an ideal place to give it a go. Foraging lessons are available, during which you'll discover everything from how to make seaweed crisps, to picking edible flowers. It's certain to be a fun day out for the whole family. Check out our blog post on Wild Food Walks in Cornwall to find out more.

St Gothian Nature Reserve

What was once a commercial sand quarry, this site has since been declared as a nature reserve. The habitat has been improved with the addition of a large pool and other smaller pools which have been fenced off, creating a safe place for wildfowl and waders. Perfect for bird watching. Dog walkers are asked to keep dogs on a lead so as to not disturb the wildlife.


From Gwithian, you can walk the South West Coast Path all the way to St Ives, and experience some beautiful scenery along the way. Pass through Hayle and Lelant before finally arriving at St Ives Harbour. The walk takes approximately 6 hours so be sure to bring supplies!

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St Ives Feast Day

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Porthleven Food & Music Festival

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Camborne Trevithick Day

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Golowan Festival - Penzance

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St Ives Lifeboat Day

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What our guests say...

We know how important honest reviews are when it comes to booking your holiday. To help you choose the right property for you, we publish all reviews left by guests who have stayed here in the past, with the few exceptions stated in our Review Guidelines. Please bear in mind that some facilities referred to by past guests in reviews can be removed or changed at any time.

Just returned from a fabulous stay, farmhouse was well equipped with everything needed & was very cosy & comfortable. Easily housed all of us without getting under each others feet. Located a short walk from beach & Godrevy for superb views & a short drive to other local beauty spots/beaches. Thank you

Gorgeous House. Beautifully decorated and presented. Very spacious for large groups and families. Stunning location with accessible walks and beautiful scenery on the doorstop. Our holiday was perfect made so special by staying in this stunning property.

Churchtown Farmhouse is an absolutely fabulous place to stay with friends and family. We had our first proper family get together after lockdown here and we enjoyed our stay immensely. We loved the location in the conservation area and the ability to walk through the campsite to the beach is a great touch and very convenient. The property is fab and they have thought of almost everything you would need for a great stay! The furnishings were top notch and the space was amazing. The location is perfect being in a village with a local pub and walking distance to miles of beach.

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. The house is beautifully decorated and had everything we would need plus the extra touches of fresh flowers and a lovely welcome pack. Only a short walk to the beach and the Jam Pot cafe over the dunes or the pub just down the road. We were able to make use of the campsite shop which is only a short stroll and had everything at a reasonable price. We would thoroughly recommend Churchtown Farmhouse.

We have had a super week’s holiday at Churchtown Farmhouse. The house was large, spacious, beautifully decorated and very well equipped. It is in a lovely location; perfect for walks and the beach, and only a short drive away from St Ives or other parts of Cornwall. We will definitely be going back!

Churchtown Farmhouse exceeded our expectations, we had a fantastic holiday in a delightful house.