ww.weacceptpets.co.uk Codna Coath Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Sancreed, Penzance, Cornwall

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Codna Coath Cottage is in the little hamlet of Sellan, in the parish of Sancreed and lies some three miles west of Penzance. Guests are assured of a very warm welcome and a comfortable stay.

Codna Coath Cottage accepts Dogs; you can view this Bed & Breakfast on our website www.weacceptpets.co.uk by clicking on the link provided below:

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Breakfast is a wide choice ranging from cooked English breakfast to boiled, poached or scrambled eggs or continental style with croissants.  If nothing on the menu proves tempting, (by prior arrangement) every endeavour is made to meet with guests requirements.

Codna Coath was formerly a small holding. A small herd of Jersey cattle grazed some of the land.  Prize winning Cornish violets flourished here.  A small bed of these well known flowers still grow here.

The older part of the cottage was built circa 1898, the newer part, circa 1975.  Codna Coath has been home to the Pengelly family since 1938.  Now a Shetland Pony grazed the remaining land along with a small flock of poultry who lay many prize winning eggs.

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