We’ve made a duo of Breakfast rooms for our guests this year at Ednovean Farm. A few months ago I shared the work behind making of a snug little sanctuary in the farmhouse in Country decorating on a budget. So I hope that you’ll enjoy these ideas. Will it be antique and Bohemian or is […]
Eating out - the best pubs and restaurants for food and drink
Our personal recommendations for local pubs and restaurants for food and drink in West Cornwall that are within easy reach of Ednovean Farm.
Don't forget to read our little black book of great places to eat near Ednovean Farm, starting with the ones within walking distance of Ednovean Farm on Perranuthnoe and then out and about in West Cornwall.
There is a pub supper for every season here in West Cornwall. The only problem is which one to choose, so here’s seven of our favoirites just to start with.
Let me send you a little chicken soup from Cornwall in this week’s blog. At the moment I think we all need some! At least for the soul at, as we begin our days in a new reality of living with Covid 19.
We took a winter picnic to a secluded cove beyond Perranuthnoe and watched the sun set behind St Michael’s Mount
We visited Black’s restaurant in Penzance recently for a final celebration of Christmas. Black’s is an intimate contemporary bistro, set in the most historic part of Penzance, just a stones throw from the harbour.
To stroll through Helford village is to touch a scene beyond the picturesque. Helford has known life as a bustling port and as sleepy backwater. It inspired one of Cornwall’s best loved romantic writers, Daphne Du Maurier who honeymooned in Helford, to write Frenchman’s Creek.
Visit today and it is unchanged, just as romantically reflected, in the slow lazy waters of the river.
There is certain mellowness about those dusky evenings, when the winter storms are spent and the summer sea laps languidly against ancient harbour walls. Here in west Cornwall we are spoilt with so many lovely sheltered harbours to visit for a seafood supper and we recently made our way around Mounts Bay to renew our […]
We had a longing for a treat this week and chose the Mackerel sky seafood bar in Newlyn for supper. After all, where would we find fresher fish than the nearest fishing port just across the bay from us where fish are auctioned at the market and sent to France, Spain and Portugal! Now it […]
We enjoyed watching the ever changing tide around St Michael’s Mount and the sunset, from the terrace of The Godolphin Arms in Marazion, along with a seaside supper of traditional Fish and Chips.
We enjoyed a lobster supper accompanied with a beautiful sunset over the sea last night, when we ate supper at Ben Tunnicliffe’s new restaurant at Sennen Beach