Now is such a special time for the garden and I think this year our Ednovean Daffodils have smashed it.
The Ednovean Farm diary
The Ednovean Farm Diary is my blog about life at Ednovean as we open our home as a luxury Bed and Breakfast. We live with Louis and Spud-cat along with five horses including Danilon our Spanish stallion
There are a number of short circular walks from Perranuthnoe with some enchanting views down over St Michael’s Mount.
I’m afraid our ambition to walk around Mounts Bay this winter, was scuppered by lockdown but there are some perfect strolls around some of our favourite haunts close to home.
We have our own brand of county interiors at Ednovean Farm. If you imagine a mix of nostalgia, a dash of country chic and a smidgen of up cycling, you will have a perfect snapshot for our style.
A very Happy Christmas from Ednovean Farm with a hint of nostalgia and a shimmer of hope
Piskies Cove is part of a spectacular cluster of sheltered coves known as Prussia cove in West Cornwall.
Trace the artfully cut paths across the gently shelving slate ledges to explore a classic Cornish cove at its very best.
A trio of walks lead to Nanjizal Beach and The Song of the Sea across spectacular cliff top scenery. This magical sea cave has a sheltered turquoise lagoon within sound of the Atlantic breakers of Land’s End
So we’ve changed our familiar habits and nervously set out to recreate a functional wheel of hospitality, fit for a world that sometimes feels like a disaster movie. Well touch wood our guest have all felt Uber safe so far but as they used to say on Blue Peter “Don’t try this at home”
Today I wanted to tell you more about the revamp of the sunken courtyard. The aim was both to add a little Gallic charm and bring my lovely little “Drying yard” up to a five star entrance for our pretty Apricot Bedroom!
As spring turned into summer, we’ve managed to squeeze in three lovely walks along the south west coastal footpath. Each walk has been very different and each walk is quite short (about a mile or so).
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.