Ednovean Farm

5 out of 5

205 reviews

0% recommend

4.9 location

5 staff/service

5 cleanliness

4.9 facilities


Guest from LISS
24th July, 2021

5.0 of 5

A 5 star stay as usual.

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Guest from Shepperton
14th July, 2021

5.0 of 5

Ednovean farm is a truly special place , the interiors of the rooms are all beautiful and the gardens and views are amazing . Christine and Charles are the perfect hosts and make you feel so welcome to the ‘world’ that they have created over the years in this lovely part of Cornwall . Highly recommend!!

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Tips for other travellers
Perranuthnoe village is small but nice , don’t miss the cafe by the beach ,excellent pizzas on a Friday ,but the real gem is the Victoria Inn , book it before you come as it’s busy , the food is really good , so much so that we immediately booked a second visit at the end of our first meal ,lovely staff as well .

Guest from SAFRON WALDREN
13th July, 2021

5.0 of 5

Thank you for a lovely holiday. We loved your home and our room, especially the terrace and the view of St Michaels mount. You made us so welcome, we felt as though we were at home, especially with the horses and of course Danni. We had a wonderful time and hope to return again. Thank you Sharon & Peter

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Guest from
8th July, 2021

5.0 of 5

Christine and Charles were very welcoming and helpful hosts. Breakfast, served in a delightful garden room, was delicious. The gardens were superb. Every consideration was given to keeping us COVID safe.

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Tips for other travellers
We ate at the Victoria Inn in the village, a few minutes walk from the farm, and at the Fire Engine in Marazion. Both venues provided excellent meals. The Godolphin Hotel in Marazion is worth a visit-cocktails highly recommended! There are many excellent walks locally-superb views from the coastal paths. St Michael’s Mount is well worth a visit as is the Minack Theatre.