Holiday rental on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Peerie Hoose (pictured, next to Rose Cottage which is on the far left) is Shetland dialect for Little House.  Situated in Newport, Pembrokeshire, It is ideal for a quiet seaside holiday, for walking the Preseli Hills or in the lovely Gwaun or Nevern Valleys, and for observing the abundant wildlife of the National Park.
••• Lovely all year round and in all weathers •••
The cottage is situated about 100 metres from some of the most beautiful coastline in Pembrokeshire. Here, you will find the boat harbour and beach at Parrog, Newport on the coastal path of the Pembrokeshire National Park.  
Peerie Hoose is a centrally-heated, simply-furnished stone cottage with two bedrooms, and is ideal for a family with up to three children. It has a woodburning stove in the sitting room as well as broadband.

There is ample parking for cars and dinghies, and dinghy launching is convenient.  Several sandy beaches, caves and rock pools are within easy walking distance (even for children), and the cottage has a large sheltered garden.
Peerie Hoose has been in the Isbester family for more than 100 years. Jack Isbester lived in Peerie Hoose in the war and then spent all his holidays there. He has written a book about his grandfather Captain John Isbester. Click here to find out more...