Ednovean Farm – A Five star, luxury Bed and Breakfast Est. 1991 near Penzance
A lifetime’s passion
I must admit our home at Ednovean Farm has been a lifetime’s passion to renovate and carefully protect the integrity of the old building, while creating modern comforts with a fresh country style.
A landscaped courtyard garden was created where the farmyard once stood and an Italian Garden is set in the horse’s old sand school. Horses’ still look out of their stables over the car park as our guests arrive – two passions that have lasted a lifetime : – horses and Ednovean Farm
Ednovean Farm is just a five minutes walk from the sandy beach of Perranuthnoe, the South West coastal footpath with sea views to St Michael’s Mount and Penzance. So why not leave your car with us and enjoy the relaxing Cornish days and be well fed in the local pub and beach cafe or maybe just sit in our gardens to unwind!
Some snaps from the renovation from 1970 – 1990
How our B&B started
Our love of horses brought us together at Ednovean Farm and it was a much loved 17th century barn that we renovated and rebuilt to become our home and begin married life together.
We moved in on the day of our marriage in May 1991 and by the middle of the year we set a little hand painted sign at the end of the lane proudly reading B&B. Days went passed and nobody came until at last a lady arrived to be our first guest – I carefully opened the visitors book at the second page so she wouldn’t realise her pioneering status!
From 1290 until the present day
The first records of activity at Ednovean farm date back to 1290 with a small church occupied the site and the present buildings probably date from the 17th Century Read more about the history of Ednovean
These days Ednovean Farm has three en suite bedrooms for you to choose from for luxury Bed and Breakfast with us and we are graded five star Gold by the AA
We made a garden at Ednovean Farm especially for garden lovers
For more info about Ednovean, why not visit our Garden page to read more about the subtropical garden that we created , complete with a monthly blog following the seasons in West Cornwall.