Ah autumn days and the days grow shorter as the breezes start to stir the autumn leaves. My thoughts recently have begun to turn towards brisk walks along the tide line with the white balls of foam drifting past, only to scud away across the sands and supper in a cosy pub for a special […]
One question I’m often asked by our bed and breakfast guests is “What is the meaning of Ednovean?” And of course as with all farm and field names that have been passed down over the centuries, it is the names themselves that hold knowledge of ancient names for the area. The name Ednovean was originally […]
A spring walk along the cliffs from Ednovean brought the promise of summer and rock pools to explore.
What wonderful weather we have had in Cornwall for the Easter holidays! The weather pendulum swung from woolly hat to bikini as the high pressure settled over the British Isles and we had one of the best spring weeks for years. Yesterday the lure of the blue seas and skies that I could see from […]
Ah February days in the garden when the perfect mystery of the season begins expand its magic as each day I’ve watched the garden slowly unfold from its winter rest. Each day has brought a new part of the cycle of the gardens return to life that it has been so slight that it […]
Snow is quite rare in Cornwall and so a weather forecast with the possibility of snow left me excitedly watching for a snowflake. For days a chilly wind but no hint of the white stuff apart on the BBC but yesterday as we worked in the garden at Ednovean Farm great white flakes began to […]