About the property
- Cottage796 sq. ft.
- Separate WC's0
- Minimum Stay4 - 7 nights
2-bedroom cottage, sleeps 4, log burner in winter, private garden and terrace
Situated in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Peak Cottage overlooks the picturesque village of Little Haven, with its delightful sandy beach less than 100 meters away, making it ideal for all water sports. The area offers superb cliff walks, giving visitors the opportunity to observe its fabulous wildlife. Little Haven boasts three pubs, a cafe, a fish cafe and pottery and craft shop.The cottage has spectacular sea views. It sleeps four, with one twin bedroom and en-suite shower, one double bedroom, and one family shower room. The living/dining area features a log burner, making it perfect for a winter as well as a summer break.
The property's private garden and BBQ area overlook the bay and enjoy spectacular sea views .
Heating: electric central heating. Electricity included in the price. Facilities include: electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/tumble dryer, flat screen TV, DVD and Internet Access.
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one hour
- English, French
- Calendar last updated:
- May 11, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Lovely location and cottage
Great property with spectacular views
The ultimate cottage by the sea
Fantastic cottage with everything you could need and the most amazing views.
A stunning cottage
We had the most wonderful week at Peake Cottage & Little Haven - it truly is a 'haven': peaceful, rural and with the most heavenly beaches. We also loved the cliff walks and the pubs in the village were lively, friendly and atmospheric.
The cottage was perfect: modern, very well equipped and cosy, with wonderful panoramic views of ocean and coastline. We took full advantage of the 'garden room' and made a morning ritual of having our coffee there - looking out over the ocean and listening to the breaking of the waves underneath. We were possibly the first to see the snowdrops bloom at your lovely cottage this year.
I would highly recommend a holiday at Peake Cottage and we hope to return there again
Best wishes for 2016
Picturesque views from cosy cottage
We have enjoyed our stay in this cosy, well equipped cottage! Bella the dog loved it too!! Has stunning views and very close proximity to beach.
Log burner great for those cooler autumn nights and loved the summer house in the garden. Nice to while away the hours watching the spectacular bay.
Owner very pleasant and helpful in all dealings and hope to return.
Just a note of caution a steep walk up to cottage for those less able.
Perfect for beach lovers
I stayed at Peak Cottage in August 2010 with my husband and son age 10. We wanted somewhere very close to a beach as we don't live near the coast. The position of the cottage is perfect although a steep climb but this makes for an amazing view. The beach is as close as advertised and when the tide is out you can walk around the headland. Despite it being the school holidays the beach was never crowded. Our son bought a boogie board from the shop in the next village and most of our week was spent either playing in the waves or games of bat and ball on the beach. The proximity of the cottage to the beach meant we could go back for lunch if we wanted to and the garden is well equipped with furniture. The cottage itself is quite small but fine for 3 people and is very comfortable & cosy. Little Haven has 3 good pubs which are all friendly. We had such a brilliant week and loved the proximity of the beach so much we have booked again for July and really hope we are lucky with the weather again.
Great seaside holiday
Lovely quiet village with a good beach on your doorstep. The waves were perfect for the children to boogie board. Beautiful part of the country - much less busy than Cornwall or Devon. Within easy reach of Marloes Sands and Barafundle Bay. Lots to see and do including horse riding on the beach, and a water park when the weather isn't so good. The cottage is cosy and the view from the garden is wonderful. I would highly recommend it, though perhaps not to people with mobility issues as there is a short walk uphill to get to the cottage.
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.
Additional pricing information
Occupation Times: The property will become available to the hirer after 3 pm on the commencement date of the tenancy and terminate at 10 am on the termination date to allow sufficient time for cleaning. Damage: All bookings are accepted on the condition that the property is lef