Kestle Barton is an ancient Cornish farmstead situated above the Helford River. Following an award-winning conservation and conversion project the beautiful old farm buildings have new uses, one of the barns becoming an elegant gallery that opened in 2010.
In the gallery, garden and wild flower meadow beyond, we have a programme of four free exhibitions and a number of other events open to visitors each year, from early April to late October.
Surrounding barns and the old farmhouse have been converted into stylish and comfortable holiday accommodation, all profits from which go towards funding the exhibition and event programme. We are grateful to Arts Council England for further support.
13 April – 2 June
1 – 2 June: A weekend of walks, talks
and workshops with Jem Southam,
Mark Cocker and Virginia Astley
Gallery, garden, meadow and orchard open Mar 24 – Nov 3 2018 Tues – Sun 10.30am – 5pm
We welcome walkers including those with muddy boots and dogs – footpath from Helford/Frenchman’s Creek. Also plenty of parking.
Local coffee, cake, ice-cream and our own apple juice – all available by honesty box.
Let on a weekly basis throughout the year (2, 4, 6 and 8 person occupancy), we can accommodate up to 28 people in total, enabling larger group gatherings.
With a marquee on our wild flower meadow, Kestle Barton becomes ideal for weddings and other special parties.