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Reviewed 23 July 2019

We have been coming for the past 24 years and we hope to stay more times at this excellent B&B in its beautiful setting..
Christine and Charles always give us a warm welcome with afternoon tea and coffee. Great!

Date of stay: July 2019
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Christine T, Owner at Ednovean Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 25 July 2019

It has been our pleasure to host your holidays with us at Ednovean Farm over the years and hopefully for many more years to come!!

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Reviewed 11 June 2019

Six of us arrived at Ednovean Farm on Friday 7th June and stayed for three nights although we would have loved to extend our time there!
Christine and Charles are excellent hosts and made us all feel very welcome and completely at home, you can come and go as you please.
Our group occupied all three of the guest rooms and each couple were delighted with their room. Each room is individually decorated and all are very quirky and very clean.
The tea and cake on arrival was most welcome as was the sherry provided, great touch that!
Towels changed every day which was unexpected but very nice.
The gardens are incredible, we all sat out for hours on Sunday afternoon, it was pure bliss.
Breakfast is a great occasion with a magnificently presented table and excellent food, it was a communal occasion as we all sat together and watched Christine and Charles cook our breakfast whilst having a good chat!
We really can't fault Ednovean Farm or our hosts, it was truly a lovely place to be.
We shall return!!!
Jane, Andy, Hedley, Diane, Gill and Mike.....

Date of stay: June 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 April 2019

Upon arrival we were greeted by Christine and Charles who were very friendly welcoming. Christine showed us to the Pink Room which was beautiful and asked if we would like to have coffee in the gardens. I had emailed ahead letting them know I was vegan and so when she brought our drinks she presented me with soy milk.

The house and grounds are absolutely beautiful and very peaceful. Our room was also beautiful and spotlessly clean. The bathroom was huge! There were nice touches such as toiletries, robes and slippers, and a table set up with water and tea/coffee making facilities. They also have a DVD room where you could help yourself to a movie to watch.

You order your breakfast the evening before and there was a lot of choice. In the morning you are sat with the other guests whilst Christine and Charles prepare breakfast, which made it that bit more personal. We stayed for two nights but had to head back early on our last day and they offered to prepare us breakfast to take with us which was very nice of them.

Christine gave us some great tips and advice on things to do and see. You can see she is really passionate about the place and her animals, which we enjoyed hearing all about - if you go make sure you bring Dolly the horse some polo's :)

All in all I cannot fault this place at all. If you want peace and quiet in an idyllic setting then this is the place for you!

Date of stay: April 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 November 2018 via mobile

We were looking for a home base for exploring southern Cornwall. We could not believe our luck in finding this Inn. First, it is in an ideal location for exploring Land’s End, Lizard, or St. Ives. But, we didn’t want to leave each day. The spot is stunning. The gardens were an endless discovery of intimate spaces and wide expanses of beautiful views. We stayed in the Apricot room. So cozy and comfortable. From the footed tub, to the soft robes, to the in-room tea service, we wanted for nothing. The only thing inspiring us to leave the room each morning was coming into the warm kitchen filled with the smells of fresh coffee and bacon cooking. Charles and Christine are perfect hosts and it was a real pleasure to chat with them. For me, this is everything a B&B should be for guests. I can’t recommend highly enough.

Date of stay: November 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 23 October 2018

We wanted the individuality, welcome and cosiness of a B & B rather
than a hotel, and Ednovean Farm delivered fully. Charles and Christine make every
effort to provide a comfortable stay. The location is peaceful and scenic, the rooms
are very comfortable and tastefullly furnished in country style, and there are extensive beautiful gardens with views to the sea. Breakfast (excellent) is taken
upstairs in an open kitchen/dining area, at a table shared with other guests, a
very agreeable social occasion.
There is an excellent award-winning dining pub in Perranuthnoe, which can
be accessed by footpath, and several other good pubs nearby. The village
also has two pleasant cafes.
The house is ideally placed for walking on the coastal footpath, which is scenic as
always and less challenging in this area than some others!
We would definitely return.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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