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Comfort, peace and wild beauty yet close to Coast Path, beaches and village.

Bedrooms 3
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 3 - 7 nights
Popular Features
  • Barbecue
  • Washing Machine
  • Internet
  • Parking


About the property

100% 5 star rated peaceful Valley View sleeps 6. Edge of coastal village.

***Contact the owner, David, for special offer, out-of-season, short breaks! ***

1 minute from the Coast Path and 5 minutes walk from the beach, pubs and restaurants of Little Haven, Valley View sleeps 6 and provides a comfortable and stylish 'home from home' for families, groups or couples at any time of year for adventure or relaxation.

From the distinctive hedge cut in the shape of waves and the off road parking area for 3 cars, steps lead down to this delightful, detached cottage. Comfortably furnished throughout in a contemporary style, the attractive and interesting decorations include African and Eastern items from the owner's travels and original local art work.

The accommodation briefly comprises an attractive entrance hallway which leads on the same level to : - a light lounge/diner with Wi-Fi, 42" TV, DVD player and a music centre, with games, DVDs, CDs and books for guests' use during their stay; a kitchen with a small breakfast bar, electric cooker, fridge and freezer; two double bedrooms, one with a shower unit and small TV and both with patio doors to the outside decked area; one good sized twin bedroom which could be converted to a double; a bathroom with bath and overhead shower, wash basin and toilet; a laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer; a small cloakroom with wash basin and toilet; and a tile floored pantry / storage room with storage for coats, shoes, etc..

Doors from the kitchen and lounge lead down one step into the conservatory with doors opening to a large decked area with dining furniture and a BBQ provided. This is a lovely spot to enjoy an alfresco meal on a summer's evening. Bench seats on the decking and in a paved lower level garden area allow guests to enjoy the peaceful views over the valley and to watch the local birds and wildlife. Around the cottage are stepped paths. There is oil fired central heating with radiators in every room. Bath towels for hire at £5 per person per week. Pets are welcome (but no cats please!). Valley View is a no smoking property. All 5 star ratings on Trip Advisor.

Valley View is an ideal all year round holiday base for families, couples or friends to get away from it all. Peacefully situated on the side of a wooded valley, the cottage is within 1 minute's walk of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and only 5 minutes downhill walk from the centre of the popular village of Little Haven, with its picturesque harbour, sandy cove, pubs and restaurants.

Little Haven can also be reached via the Coast Path allowing you to watch for peregrine falcons, fulmars, gannets, seals, ravens, whitethroat and even otters and dolphins as you walk. Heading south will take you via the cliff top path to the Goultrop Roads SSSI and stunning views over St Brides Bay.

When the tide is low you can walk round the headland from Little Haven to the long golden sands and surfing beach of Broad Haven. Here there are more pubs, restaurants, a well stocked Londis store and a water sports kayak and board hire centre. Why not try your hand at one of the water sports on offer or a ride on the beach from Nolton Haven.

Further afield you can explore the wealth of archaeology, history, geology and natural history in places like the Preseli Hills; the offshore islands of Skokholm, Skomer and Ramsey; the tiny cathedral city of St Davids; the Napoleonic forts and maritime history of Milford Haven; Fishguard and Newport.

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Member since: 2015
Speaks English, French, Some Welsh
Calendar last updated:
17 July, 2017

About David

Although he was born in London and grew up in Hertfordshire, David has lived in West Wales for over 30 years, having fallen in love with the area during family holidays on his Grandfather's farm near Tregaron.

He has worked for most of that time in a professional and voluntary capacity in the fields of fisheries and conservation first as Manager of a Welsh Water Authority Salmon and Trout farm near Llandysul in the Teifi Valley and then as Fisheries and Conservation Manager with the National Rivers Authority. He has been a member of the RSPB Advisory Committee for Wales, Chairman of the Wildlife Trust of S & W Wales and has represented the Welsh inshore fishing industry.

He also has a long standing interest in art and antiques and after being down sized out of the National Rivers Authority following funding cuts in the 1990s, he set up a shop in Haverfordwest as Art 'n' Antiques selling a range of decorative items from around the world. David has used a number of interesting items from his collection to decorate Valley View for the pleasure of his guests.

David is currently taking a BA Degree in Photography by distance learning through the Open College of the Arts.

David purchased this cottage in 1999

Why David chose St Brides Bay, St Davids & The West Coast

Ever since living in Pembrokeshire I have had a soft spot for the wide sandy beaches, dramatic coastline and varied amenities found in the Havens area. When I decided to move out of Haverfordwest after the children left school for college, the Havens was an obvious area to look for my new home, and I was delighted when I found Valley View was for sale.

Its rural location close to the Coast Path and its views over the valley sold it to me immediately and the close proximity to the village of Little Haven with its community, pubs and restaurants was the icing on the cake. I was not disappointed and it has remained a special place for me ever since.

With my lifelong interest in wildlife, I have found the countryside immediately around the property to be a constant source of pleasure . I have seen otters, peregrines and dolphins from the cliff path, sparrow hawks, buzzards, woodpeckers and huge flocks of starlings from the decking, and the Sheep Fields across the road from the cottage are a wonderful place for butterflies, whitethroats, stoats, and at night in the Summer, shearwaters overhead with their eerie 'Cupacocoa' calls. The cottage is also conveniently placed for visiting the islands of Skomer and Skokholm with their rich diversity of seabirds, seals, cetaceans and other marine life.

Living in the Little Haven area has the advantage of being within easy striking distance of many places of beauty and interest such as St Davids with its historic cathedral, the attractive fishing village of Solva, the wonderful long beach at Newgale so popular with surfers and other water sport enthusiasts, the unique and 'must visit' charm of the Druidstone Hotel, the historic and fascinating area of Milford Haven much lauded by Nelson as being 'the best natural harbour in the world'. The more modern amenities of the county town of Haverfordwest with its shops, supermarkets and stores, cinema, leisure centre and swimming pool are only 15 minutes drive away.

What makes this cottage unique

Valley View started life in the 1940s as an army Nissan hut on a range in South Pembrokeshire but was moved up to its present location on Strawberry Hill by the owners the nearby Rookery Nook who owned all the land to serve as a cottage for visitors. In more recent times it was bought by a local builder who transformed it into the surprisingly spacious and characterful cottage that it now is. It was from this builder that I bought the property.

As the many visitors to Little Haven will testify, the village has a very special charm, character and community, and to have the benefit of these features so close whilst also being just far enough out to be able to have the rural peace and quiet away from the holiday crowds in peak season is perfect.

The special features of the property itself that I value most are :-

1. the sense of light and space within a relatively small and easily manageable plot

2. the easy access to the south facing decking area from the conservatory and two of the bedrooms so that the interior is linked to the outside natural world

3. the views from the decking of the valley and its wild inhabitants many of which can easily be encouraged to the decking by maintaining a feeding station


Accommodation and facilities for this holiday cottage in Little Haven in The Havens

Property Type:
  • cottage
  • Self-catering
House Rules:
  • Check-in: 15:00 / Check-out: 10:00
  • Max. occupancy: 6
  • pets considered ...
  • children welcome ...
  • non smoking only ...
Location Type:
  • near the sea
  • rural
  • village
  • Away From It All
  • Family
  • Romantic
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room ...
  • Parking ...
  • Tumble Dryer ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave ...
  • Oven ...
  • Pantry Items ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Hob ...
  • Toaster ...
  • Child's Highchair
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 6 people
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom - Toilet , Bath with Shower , Wash hand basin. Second toilet in separate cloakroom.
  • The bathroom is fitted with a bath with overhead electric shower, a wash basin with mirror over and a toilet. Liquid soap dispensers are provided in the bathroom and cloakroom. A second toilet and wash basin is provided in the separate cloakroom off the hall.
  • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
  • Master - 1 Large Double Bed , Has a shower and hand basin and patio door access to outside
    Twin - 2 Single Bed , Can be moved together to create double bed
    Bedroom 3 - 1 Double Bed , Patio door to outside decking area
  • The Master bedroom has an electric powered corner shower, a wash basin and a heated towel rail. There are hanging cupboards and drawers for storage together with bedside cabinets and over bed lights. It is also provided with a small flat screen TV. A cot is stored under the bed for the use of small children. There is a patio door to give access to the decking. The Twin bedroom has a large chest of drawers for storage, two bedside cabinets with bedside lights, and a chair. The two single beds could be put together to create a double. Bedroom 3 has a double bed, a large chest of drawers, a chair and 2 bedside cabinets with bedside lights. There is a patio door to give access to the decking. Additional hanging space is available in fitted cupboards in the hallway.
  • Books ...
  • DVD Player ...
  • Games ...
  • Music Library ...
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Stereo ...
  • Television ...
  • Video Library ...
  • Terrace ...
  • Golf ...
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Garden ...
  • Barbecue ...
  • Water Sports Gear ...
  • wheelchair inaccessible ...
  • bay
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • library
  • live theatre
  • marina
  • museums
  • pond
  • recreation centre
  • restaurants
Leisure Activities:
  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • horse riding
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • fitness centre
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • deepsea fishing
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • jet skiing
  • mountaineering
  • paragliding
  • sailing
  • diving
  • snorkelling
  • bay fishing
  • surf fishing
  • surfing
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • water skiing
  • wind-surfing


Excellent! 4.7/5 -
(13 traveller reviews)

Comfort, peace and wild beauty yet close to Coast Path, beaches and village.
average rating of 4.6923075 based on 13 reviews

Perfect home from home in a lovely setting

  • 5 of 5

Four friends visiting Pembrokeshire, we stayed for 3 nights and everything was clean, comfortable and beautifully laid out. There is a fantastic deck with a view of the valley and plenty of birds! The kitchen was very well equipped and there is a lovely conservatory to sit out if the weather is not so good. Great base for visiting Skomer and St Davids. Highly recommend and would stay again. The owner was very friendly and helpful and communication with him was excellent.

  • Review Submitted: Jun 11, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: I am grateful for this warm and positive review. As these guests discovered there is so much to explore and experience in the area and Valley View provides the perfect base to do so. My aim is to always provide a comfortable, attractive, and well equipped base that meets or hopefully exceeds the expectations of guests and I am so pleased that my efforts have been successful again and they would be keen to return. They left the cottage in such a clean and tidy state that I hardly knew that they had been there. Perfect guests! They would be welcome back at any time.
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Perfect Last Minute Weekend Break plus dogs

  • 5 of 5

Valley View was just what we wanted fairly last minute. We had a very wet and windy weekend with enough dry spells and even some sun, but even if we hadn't been out most of the time, we had brought plenty with us to do inside so didn't get round to using all the games/dvds, etc that were available. We sat on the deck at the beginning and end of each day for breakfast and sundowners and ate in the sunroom in the evenings. The lobster (plus small deli) shop in Little Haven cooked us some lobster to have at the house - delicious - as was the Swan. Also definitely worth walking to the Druidstone Hotel and back - they were in the middle of a wedding there, so staff a bit hungover, but cheerfully accommodating all passers by. Great area - would happily recommend Valley View - all very efficient and friendly and we didn't have to worry about a thing.

  • Review Submitted: Jun 14, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you for your warm and positive review. I am delighted that you enjoyed your stay at Valley View in spite of the inclement weather and that my efforts to create a warm and relaxing home - from - home worked for you and provided you with the base that you were looking for to explore the wonders of the surrounding area. Thank you also for being the perfect guests and leaving the property clean and tidy. It makes a big difference and you would be welcome back at any time!
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Ideal location for a stay in Pembrokeshire

  • 5 of 5

This cottage (Valley View) is very comfy and spacious, but its main attraction to us was its location. It is just outside Little Haven, and was very quiet both day and night. The village is about five minutes walk down the hill - certainly no need to take the car to get to the pubs or the beach. Even better for us, just over the road there is direct access to a field and the Coastal Path, so we could quickly take our dog out for a walk. There are three pubs in Little Haven, all serving food. We liked the Swan, where we went three times, every time getting an excellent meal. There are no shops in the village, but a Londis in Broad Haven, and a large Tesco in Haverfordwest (conveniently on the road out to Little Haven). Our experience of the technology was good mobile signals for EE, Vodafone and Three. My EE phone had got a strong 4G data signal, and the cottage provided free WiFi internet (speeds up to 6 Mbps ). There are a few steps down to the property from the road, and (as already mentioned) it is on a hill, so it wouldn't be ideal for anyone with mobility problems. The cottage itself is all one level, and the outside decking and conservatory provided a lovely space to lounge around in. All in all, very happy to recommend this cottage.

  • Review Submitted: Jun 4, 2017
  • Date of Stay: May 2017
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Geoff and Karen Thank you for your positive review following your stay at Valley View and for your kind comments about the cottage and its surrounding area. I am pleased that you enjoyed your holiday and that you found everything as you would wish. I am grateful for the tidy condition that you left the cottage in after your stay - it makes such a difference when I am preparing it for the next guests. It was a pleasure to have you as guests and you would be welcome back at any time. David
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Spacious, clean and comfortable

  • 5 of 5

Great location with easy access to eateries, beaches and some wonderful days out. Sitting in conservatory or outside on decking was a real joy and watching the birds and a brave squirrel enjoyings the bird seeds was a treat. View from kitchen is excellent and distracted us from the fact there was no dishwasher. As we were on holiday and eating out mostly, this was not an issue for us. We would definitely recommend this lovely cottage. Grateful for blackout curtains. Very clean.

  • Review Submitted: Oct 25, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you for your warm and appreciative comments which are very welcome. I am pleased that you found the property and the surrounding area to your liking and that Valley View proved to be a good base for your holiday. Thank you also for leaving the cottage clean and tidy which makes such a difference when I am trying to ensure a high standard for the next guests. You would be welcome back at any time! David.
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Nice location on the edge of the village with a short walk to the sea, coast path & local pubs.

  • 4 of 5

A charming chalet style cottage in a lovely quiet location looking over the valley on the approach to Little Haven. Comfortably & interestingly furnished with three good sized bedrooms & a well equipped, if slightly small kitchen. Have not given five stars only because the place was a bit dusty & could benefit from a more thorough clean at changeover. The village is nicely low key & unpretentious with three pubs. We only tried the St Bride's & The Swan. Both were good, the Swan being more of a restaurant & more expensive with the st Bride's a pub with good food. We enjoyed a restful stay with great walking along the coast in both directions. If you walk west beyond Broad Haven, do have lunch in the Druids bar/hotel, which on first site looks to be a sixties hippy commune, but does good food accompanied by some brilliant blues & rock music. A lovely position too right by the sea.

  • Review Submitted: Oct 25, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Oct 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you for your review and the positive comments you made about the cottage and its surroundings. I am so pleased that you found it to be a good base for your holiday and that you have booked again for next year. Rebooking is the perfect endorsement for the high quality of experience that I try to achieve for my guests at Valley View. I note your comments about the presence of dust in some areas and I apologise if that was the case. I spent 6 hours cleaning everywhere carefully after the previous guests but as I had to go away for a planned break the same day this meant that there was nearly a week before your arrival and I can only think that some dust had settled in the interim. Many guests comment on how clean the property is so I am sorry that you found it otherwise.
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The cottage is well located.

  • 3 of 5

Nice cottage in a great location. However, caveat emptor - ask for a list of known defect in advance of your stay and make a note of any omissions in case the owners attempts to make a claim against you after your stay.

  • Review Submitted: Oct 16, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: I have just returned from holiday to find this review which is unwarranted and utterly unreasonable. Two tiles on the sink surround in the bathroom were broken by a member of Jim's party, damage that will require the replacement of the entire sink surround to make good. This damage was not there before Jim's party arrived as I do the changeover personally and I would have seen it, and it was clearly and undeniably present when they had gone as I found it immediately on cleaning the bathroom within an hour of their departure. I took photographs of the damage and brought the damage to Jim's attention in a pleasant manner advising him that I would be retaining a small amount from the damage deposit by way of a nominal contribution to the costs of repair. In response not only did Jim deny any responsibility for the damage despite the fact that it was clearly caused by one of his party, but he refused to agree to any deduction from the damage deposit. He claimed that his sons and their partners had used the bathroom and that they had not reported any damage and that he and his wife had not noticed it as they had used the en suite facilities rather than the bathroom. He said that he would fight any attempt by me to retain any of the deposit and demanded that I repay him in full. In order not to prolong the unpleasant situation for the sake of £25.00 I agreed to approve full repayment of the deposit. As a result of this unreasonable behaviour and the fact that his party had failed to comply with a number of 'house rules', in particular allowing dogs in the bedrooms and leaving dog mess in the property surroundings, I advised him that I would not accept any future bookings from him and his party and I left an appropriate review reflecting the bad experience I have had from him. Jim demanded that I remove the review claiming that it was an underhanded thing to do but I advised him that I would not do so as it was an accurate reflection. This was the second most unpleasant experience I have had with guests in 4 years of letting the property.
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Nearest Airport
100 Kilometres
Nearest Barpub
50 Metres
Little Haven
Nearest Golf
12 Kilometres
Nearest Train
12 Kilometres
Nearest Motorway
50 Kilometres
Nearest Restaurant
500 Metres
Little Haven
Nearest Beach
500 Metres
Little Haven
Car: necessary

Valley View provides an ideal base from which to explore the historical and natural beauty and the amenities to be found in the surrounding area. The world famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path, now a part of the Welsh Coast Path, passes through the fields across the road from the property and can be followed to the right down to Little Haven and beyond to the cliffs, bays and sandy beaches of Druidston Haven, Nolton Haven, the surf beach at Newgale, the pretty fishing village of Solva, the historic cathedral city of St Davids and beyond. To the left the Coast Path passes through the hanging oak woodland of the Goultrop Roads SSSI before heading along the cliffs to St Brides and on to Martin's Haven (gateway to the islands of Skokholm and Skomer), Marloes, Dale and Milford Haven. While on the coast path always keep an eye open for wildlife. Peregrines, chough, ravens, fulmars, gannets, badgers and a host of other wildlife can be seen if you are lucky, and in the late Spring and Summer the path is a natural garden filled with wild flowers and butterflies.

The valley below Valley View has an attractive footpath that can be followed in a circuit round to Little Haven and Broad Haven has a feature board walk around an old Slash Pond used by otters at the back of the village.

For the more adventurous, kayaks and other water sport equipment and clothing can be hired or bought from the water sports centre by the Galleon pub in Broad Haven. A wonderful trip for more experienced kayakers is to go out to Stack Rock about 1 hour paddle out from Broad Haven beach where you will always see seals, sea birds and other marine life and there is always the chance of a dolphin sighting. While you are out there why not take a line and try for a mackerel to cook for tea later?!

Further afield but easily accessible via a short drive north are the unmissable delights of the tiny and beautiful city of St Davids with its famous Cathedral and Bishop's Palace, the fishing village of Solva nestling in its natural harbour with its galleries and restaurants, the spectacular storm beach at Newgale much loved by water sports enthusiasts, the beach horse riding offered by the stables at Nolton Haven and the fresh crab salads eaten on the terrace overlooking the sea at the unique cliff top hotel at Druidstone.

Heading south will take you to the little bay at St Brides, the small marina and water sports centre at Dale where you can book sea angling trips, the waterway of Milford Haven (much admired by Lord Nelson as being the best natural harbour in the world) and now a great place to see Napoleonic forts, wildlife and oil refineries all cheek by jowl, the old whaling town of Milford Haven with its large marina, fishing boats, wide choice of shops and excellent theatre, and the waterfront at Neyland where there is another marina nestled in the shadow of the road bridge over the Haven to Pembroke with its well preserved castle, birthplace of Edward I.

A 'must do' for everyone while they are at Valley View is a visit to one of the offshore islands. At St Davids there are a number of operators where you can book a boat trip out to Ramsey Island to see seals, porpoises, seabirds and spectacular caves and cliffs or to Grassholme Island, the remote home of one of the largest gannet colonies in the world where one might also see dolphins and, if you are very lucky, even a basking shark or a passing whale.

Boat trips round the sea bird breeding islands of Skomer and Skokholm are a delight for all ages in the late Spring and Summer when great rafts of guillemots, razorbills, shearwaters and cheeky puffins can be seen in the air and on the water as they gather to feed, rest or bring in food for their youngsters onshore. Trips to land on Skomer can be arranged through the Wildlife Trust's Lockley Lodge at Martin's Haven from where the boat departs and takes visitors out to walk over ancient paths through seas of blue bells and campion, past the burrows of rabbits and thousands of nesting shearwaters, on to towering cliffs loud with the cries of breeding seabirds and finally to grassy cliff tops with puffins scampering round their feet as they bring food to their youngsters.

Further afield again are the traditional seaside towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot and inland from these and about 45 - 50 minutes from Valley View are the major attractions for the young and 'young at heart' of Oakwood, Folly Farm, Manor Park Zoo, Heatherton and the Dinosaur Park and for lovers of wild open spaces, the Preseli Hills with their Iron Age burial chambers and hill forts will refresh the soul.


Prices & Availability

Prices for this holiday cottage in Little Haven, Pembrokeshire

Rental Basis:
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Rental Period Minimum Price Additional Nights Weekend Night Weekly Monthly Event Price
High Summer
21 Jul 2017 - 24 Aug 2017
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
August Bank Holiday
25 Aug 2017 - 31 Aug 2017
7 night minimum stay
Early Autumn
1 Sep 2017 - 14 Sep 2017
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
Mid Autumn
15 Sep 2017 - 5 Oct 2017
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
Late Autumn
6 Oct 2017 - 19 Oct 2017
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights
Autumn Half Term
20 Oct 2017 - 26 Oct 2017
7 night minimum stay
Early Winter
27 Oct 2017 - 21 Dec 2017
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
22 Dec 2017 - 28 Dec 2017
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights

Additional pricing information

Refundable Damage Deposit £100
Pet Fee £20

David's intention is that the expectations of all guests of Valley View will be met and exceeded and that they will experience the property as being a 'home from home' where they can relax and enjoy themselves. The property has a 100% 5 star rating record on Trip Advisor so it must be working! In order to try to maintain this record and ensure that there are no unfortunate 'surprises' when you arrive, the following information is provided.

Valley View is a strictly 'no smoking' property. Please respect this rule at all times within the accommodation for the comfort and well being of guests to follow.

Whilst hand towels are provided in the kitchen bathroom and cloakroom, no personal towels are provided as standard. Personal towels can be provided at a charge of £5.00 per person per stay.

Dogs are welcome to stay provided that they remember that i). they are not human and must therefore stay off furniture and out of bedrooms, and ii). their owners are responsible for clearing up any mess before they leave!

Whilst there are no changes of level within the cottage itself except to access the conservatory and to gain access outside, there are steps leading down to the property and within the grounds. This should be borne in mind for potential guests who are elderly, infirm or disabled.

Guests are respectfully asked to treat the property and its contents with respect, to leave it in a clean and tidy condition and to report any breakages or or other damage or faults to David in advance of their departure so that he has the opportunity to take action before the arrival of the next guests. Failure to do so is likely to incur a charge against the damage deposit.

A 'Welcome Pack' and a large selection of informative brochures and books is provided giving details of the accommodation, its surroundings and things to do and see. David's contact details are provided in the event that any guest has a query or problem they require help with.

Enjoy your stay!

Owner's Cancellation Policy

  • 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
  • 100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
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