Troopers Inn


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Tally Ho is a smallholding set within 40 acres in the heart of Pembrokeshire, comprising a character 19th Century Farmhouse which would benefit from updating, planning permission for the conversion of three outbuildings to holiday cottages, stables and pasture land.

The main farmhouse, with records dating back to the 1800s, offers a wealth of character and charm and scope for modern improvements, with sizeable rooms suitable for family living, double glazing and central heating. The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, dining room, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, rear porch, utility and wc on the ground floor, with four bedrooms, and family bathroom on the first floor, and two loft rooms ideal for storage or children play areas. The original adjoining outbuildings have planning permission to be converted into three holiday cottages (REF: 15/0575/PA), which would enjoy stunning countryside views, each with garden areas and use of a parking area, within close proximity to the tourist and natural attractions Pembrokeshire has to offer!

The property is approached down a private lane leading to a gravel yard suitable for the parking an manoeuvring of vehicles, providing easy access into the dutch barn, top yard with stables and separate tack room, and lower yard with enclosed stables. The land comprises approximately 5 fields, some of which are divided into paddocks, a natural pond with freshwater stream and gardens to the rear of the main house.

Viewing is essential to appreciate the property's business opportunities and convenient yet rural location.

The small hamlet of Troopers Inn lies between the villages of Freystrop and Llangwm. Llangwm is a vibrant community, with village shop and post office, public house, new junior school, and sports club.

Troopers Inn is located almost equidistant between the county town of Haverfordwest, the marina town Milford Haven and Pembroke (via the Cleddau Bridge), with its historic castle. Haverfordwest has a wide variety of amenities, including main line train station, county hospital, library, leisure centre and swimming pool, cinema, shops, supermarkets and retail parks, secondary schools and further education college.

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Come on in...

The entrance hall boasts the original wooden staircase with understairs store cupboard and stone tiled flooring, with original cottage doors leading into the dining room and living room, each with a multi fuel burner, wooden ceiling beams and double glazed timber effect window to the front enjoying garden views. The kitchen offers country-style base and eye level units, with butler sink, space for a dishwasher, and an inglenook providing space for a range oven and the property's original bread oven. The rear porch provides further understairs storage and easy access into the sizable utility room, with space for an American style fridge/freezer, access to the ground floor WC and Worcester boiler.

The first floor family bathroom offers both a corner shower cubicle and panelled bath, with wash hand basin, WC and double glazed window. The three bedrooms to the front of the property enjoy double glazed windows with country views, wooden floorboards and painted stone walls. The Master bedroom lies to the front of the property, with wooden floorboards and double glazed window also, yet with the further benefit or a walk in wardrobe fitted with clothes rails.

There are two crog lofts, both which are accessed via a wooden ladder from either the landing or the first bedroom, which are ideal play areas for children or as storage rooms, with power and lighting,

Step Outside...

The smallholding is approached down a private lane leading to a gravel yard suitable for the parking an manoeuvring of vehicles, utilised daily by clients of the livery.

The top yard is well kept and provides 17 stables with separate tack room, with access into the immediate field and within close proximity to the flood lit sand school and a static caravan which provides on site toilet facilities. The lower yard barn is divided into 6 enclosed stables, with access into the immediate field, which leads down to the pond and freshwater stream.

Attached and to the side of the main property are the stone outbuildings which benefit from planning permission to be converted into three holiday cottages (REF: 15/0575/PA). The first outbuilding attached to the main farmhouse is two storey and has been re-roofed and plastered internally, with windows to the front and rear, currently used as a store room. The second outbuilding is one storey and has also been re-roofed and plastered within. The third outbuilding is detached and used as a log store, and would need further works.

The main farmhouse enjoys a lawned garden to the front, with a detached garage for storage, and mature shrub borders.

Entrance Hall

4.1 x 1.69 (13'5 x 5'6 )


4.1m x 4.303m (13'5 x 14'1 )

Dining Room

4.10m x 4.10m approx (13'5 x 13'5 approx)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

3.3m x 4.41m (10'9 x 14'5 )


3.28m x 2.86m (10'9 x 9'4 )


1 x 1.93 (3'3 x 6'3 )



1.06 x 3.87 approx (3'5 x 12'8 approx)

Master Bedroom

3.5 x 4.3 (11'5 x 14'1 )

Walk in Wardrobe

1.7 x 1.7 (5'6 x 5'6 )

Bedroom 2

4.37m x 3.25m (14'4 x 10'8 )

Bedroom 3

3.2 x 3.1 (10'5 x 10'2 )

Bedroom 4


3.2 x 3.4 max (10'5 x 11'1 max)

Crog Loft

4 (13'1 )

Crog Loft

4 (13'1 )

View: By appointment with the Agents

Services: This property has private drainage

Tenure: We are advised freehold

Tax: Band D

AGENTS VIEWING NOTE - Please note that there is important information relating to the property that we need to discuss with you prior to your viewing this property. Please ask our staff for further details.

RS/VGW/6/18/OK/AF 618

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