Peerie Hoose 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. Peerie Hoose is on the right in the picture opposite, next to Rose Cottage. "Peerie" rhymes with "eerie" and "Hoose" rhymes with "moose".Learn More
Prices range from £450 to £750 a week. The wesbite is updated regularly but please contact us for up-to-date availability. We ask for a 20% deposit on booking, with the balance payable four weeks before arrival. Bookings operate from Saturday to Saturday. Visitors are asked not to arrive before 3:00pm, to enable the cottage to be thoroughly cleaned, and to vacate by 10:00am on the day of departure. Peerie Hoose is on the far left of this picture - you will see two semi-detached cottages. Rose Cottage is on the left and Peerie Hoose is on the right, with the brown door. Sorry - no pets.Learn More
Peerie Hoose has been associated with the Isbester family since 1917, when Jack Isbester's aunt rented the cottage. Two years later, Jack's widowed grandmother bought it and named it Peerie Hoose. Jack lived in the cottage in the war and then spent all his holidays there. Find out more about a chart he drew in 1947, the book he has written about his grandfather, Captain John Isbester, and the short history of Peerie Hoose under the stewardship of the Isbesters he wrote for the Newport Millennium Book.Learn More
Our email address is email@example.com and our telephone number is 07903 1947 67 (Claire Isbester).