After much searching for idyllic locations we chose Ednovean Farm as the Second venue of our three stop tour of Cornwall. On arrival we scrunched across the gravel drive and glimpsed through the garden gate the view of the Farmhouse and glorious gardens that awaited us. We were a little late on arrival as had not anticpated our daytime activity to over run but we phoned ahead to advise which I think was appreciated. We stayed in the Apricot room which we was a little apprehensive about as there were not as many photos of this room on the website as the other rooms. However, we were certainly not disappointed as the room was absolutely beautiful and exceeded all our expectations. The room was accessed via a lovely guest sitting room with cosy sofas, bookshelves and an array of DVDs. The Apricot room is beautifully decorated and fresh out of 'Homes and Gardens' in its decor and furnishings. There is a small private patio accessed from the patio doors from which you can access the main gardens which are full of hidden nooks and paths which we had fun exploring. Breakfast was excellent with a choice of everything you could want for and was served on the first floor of the main farm house. This was a magnificent room with an open plan farmhouse kitchen. The room had a beamed ceiling and was beautifully decorated and accessorised. All guests dined around a huge farmhouse table laden with all things scrumptious and exchanged tales of the previous day's activities. We visited Mounts Bay and St Michaels Mount which is nearby. We loved this place and would definitely return again and again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ednovean Farm is a peaceful 17th-century farmstead set in and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in West Cornwall. We offer three stylish double bedrooms in our lovely granite home set in an ace of secluded sub-tropical gardens. There are far reaching views over icon St Michael's Mount and the bay as it sweeps round towards Land's End. The award-winning village pub, the Victoria Inn, the coastal footpath and the wide sandy beach of Perranuthnoe are on the doorstep. This is a lovely corner of Cornwall and a very convenient base for exploring the Land's End and Lizard peninsulas including St Ives, Falmouth and the Eden project. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ednovean Farm Perranuthnoe, Cornwall