2-bedroom cottage, sleeps 4, log burner in winter, private garden and terrace
- English, French
100% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
Pembroke stay review
My wife and I plus the dog arrived for a short break at the cottage on the Sunday afternoon. We were excited as it was my birthday treat and the first time away with the dog. The cottage was extremely well presented and the views were spectacular. We were both very happy with position and setup.
My wife and I are a fit couple walking many miles a day, but we found the steps to the property very difficult or even dangerous with very untidy, steep, broken steps. We had to carry luggage up the steps with no parking close to the cottage. My wife fell over twice and we feel that this should be sorted as soon as possible.
The only other problem was that the bedroom door didn't have any door catches, so it was difficult to stop the dog entering the bedroom during the night.
A lovely comfortable cottage in a perfect location
We had short stay in November and West Wales gave us some sunny days and one stormy day.
Returning from a day of walking with the dog on empty beaches and coastal paths to a lovely cosy cottage was a joy.
Great views pub and cafe close by.
The garden would be better from a dog owners point of view if it was enclosed more.
They design and layout made for a lovely stay.
We would go back.
Heavenly Little Haven
The property itself sits on top of the cliff forming the bay. What was not disclosed until we got there was that there is absolutely NO vehicular access - even to drop off your luggage. There is a paved path up, then you have to cross a right of way through the garden of the next door property. Other than that there are some very steep, uneven and unstable steps - some without any handrail. This is pointed out in some handy hints that the owners send. The owners said they had sent them - unfortunately we did not receive them - and if we had they would have been received after we had booked. It should be pointed out in the Homeaway details and description. The cottage itself is a little tired but comfortable and the views are absolutely stunning. The walk down to the beach unencumbered is easy via the paved path. The garden is small but the views are amazing and it is a great spot for a BBQ. Slight issue is that there are many unstable and uneven steps around the property and garden. The doors to rooms within the cottage have no catches and one to a bedroom has a sizeable round hole. As two older couples we found this uncomfortable and lacking in privacy. The bathrooms did have bolts. Little Haven itself is lovely with three lively pubs serving good food, a coffee shop selling snacks and a cafe serving breakfast and simple meals, coffees, teas and ice creams. Despite the problems we had a wonderful holiday with two weeks of glorious sunshine. Would we book again at this cottage - no. We found it unsuitable for two retired couples with some mobility issues. Would we go back to Little Haven - absolutely. Great walking for the dogs and an idyllic spot for a laid back holiday amidst stunning scenery.
Lovely cottage in a beautiful setting!
Peak Cottage is quite delightful, very well appointed, comfortable with all needs catered for. The most stunning aspect of this cottage is it’s view, absolutely amazing!
Little Haven is a pretty little village offering three good pubs, all of which boast extensive menus. Unsurprisingly the fish is very good. The beach is clean and dog friendly, with plenty of sand at low tide.
Back in Peak Cottage you get a beautiful view of the beach and little harbour. The cottage is warm, comfortable and well appointed for all needs. There is a very nice summer house and area for barbecues, (barbecue provided). Communication with the owners is excellent, who are obviously very keen for you to enjoy their cottage.
The best compliment we can pay Peak Cottage, is that we fully intend to revisit.
Peak Cottage-spectacular views and location.
We have just returned from a lovely holiday at Peak Cottage. Located in the middle of the village, its elevated location gave us breathtaking views all week long. The summer house was a lovely addition where we could watch sunsets and storms.
The biggest attraction of Pembrokeshire is the countryside itself, particularly the coast. All around there are clean sandy beaches, most safe for bathing. All along the coast there are amazing rock formations, a gemologist's dream. In addition to the spectacular 200 mile stretch of National Park coastline with its countless coves and golden beaches, local activities include coastal and deep sea fishing, sailing, boat trips to the off shore islands, canoeing, cycling, diving, golf, riding centres, surfing and coasteering. Local attractions include the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven, Blackpool Mill caves and cafe at Canaston Bridge, Bosherston Lily Ponds near Pembroke, Caldy Island off Tenby, the Dinosaur Park near Tenby and Oakwood Leisure Park. Visitors flock to St. David's, the smallest city in the British Isles, as they did in the Middle Ages, when it was a place of pilgrimage. The Cathedral and ruins of the Bishop's Palace form the most historic and revered buildings in Wales.