The Old Milking Parlour

Holiday Property in Treffgarne

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About The Old Milking Parlour

A renovated, detached, stone barn that retains many original features. The Old Milking Parlour is set into the hillside on the edge of Treffgarne, just off the main link between the County towns of Fishguard with its good facilities and the bustling riverside market town of Haverfordwest. Furnished to a high standard in a contemporary style in warm relaxing tones, with a beautifully fitted, modern kitchen which leads to a cosy lounge/diner with beams and galleried landing. The double bedroom has French doors opening on to a sheltered, paved patio which is perfect for leisurely alfresco breakfasts, steps lead to another terraced patio. Stairs lead from the lounge to the well appointed bedrooms above both with ensuite shower rooms.

Conveniently located to enjoy wonderful walks and fishing, Wolfs Castle is only 3 miles away with the excellent Wolfe Inn and Allt yr Afon Country hotel and restaurant both renowned for good food, while some of Pembrokeshire’s finest beaches including Newgale popular with surfers, St Brides and Broad Haven perfect for families are all within a 25 minute drive.

A lovely cottage whatever the season.

NB. Care needed with children as rear garden is steep and grounds are not enclosed.


Detached Has Parking No Smoking Shower Cubicle 2 Baths/Showers 2 + Double Beds Full Central Heating Internet Access Towels Provided Washing Machine Dishwasher Freezer DVD Garden Furniture

Layout & Facilities

Ground Floor: Kitchen, lounge/diner, double room/cloakroom/whb/wc.

First Floor: Twin room/ensuite shower room/whb/wc, double room/king size bed/ensuite bathroom/shower cubicle/whb/wc.

Parking: Ample on gravel drive.

Facilities: Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, DVD player, HiFi system, WiFi, hairdryer, towels, garden furniture.

Pets: No

Fuel Charges

Heating: Oil central heating, underfloor heating on ground floor.

Fuel Charges: Electricity & Oil: £20 per week Oct - April, free May - Sept.

Access Statement

This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.

Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.

The property is approached via an A-road. The cottage is accessed from the road and parking is directly outside the cottage on gravel drive (up to 4 cars). The main entrance door is reached by one 2” high step. Alternative entrance through patio doors at the side of the building. Inside the property, the kitchen has worktops, drop down table, low-level oven. There is a well-lit sitting room (natural and artificial light). TV and other entertainment equipment are all operated by remote control. The gardens are level and gravelled with slabbed patio area. The rear lawn is very steep. There is external lighting to the front of the property. Public Transport – bus service approximately 500 metres to sheltered bus stop.

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Cez & Jez, Beth & Matt, Charlie & Jay

Thank you for the bottle of wine and a beautiful setting for our New Year celebrations. We have had a great stay and would love to come back. Thanks X

Jane & Dave Cook

Had a good week and managed to see many places. The cottage has been an excellent base, due to its location and its comfort. We've really enjoyed our dayss out but have also looked forward to returning to the cottage at the end of each day. Thank you.

The Mitchell clan

Came down for our son's wedding to a wonderful Welsh girl. Had a fantastic 2 weeks, the sun shone for 13 of the 14 days, including the wedding day on 3rd October. Can't find anything to say about this house apart from Brilliant! We thought about taking up squatters' rights, none of us want to go home. To the next holiday makers - go and eat in the Corner Piece - a warm welcome awaits.

The Swainson family

Wonderful accommodation, enough space for 6 people. Thank you so much for the wine & flowers, we've never been given that on any othre cottage holidays we've had over the years. It was a lovely surprise. It rained mostly for the forst few days so we made use of the assortment of games supplied and went to the Blue Lagoon which the children loved. The last 2 days we had brilliant sunshine , wnet to Stackpole and Broadhaven South(our favourite), car park free for National Trust members, only a short walk down to the beach. We've had a brilliant stay and would love to come back.

The Finch Family

Good accomodation. Great central location. Sunday lunch at the Wolfscastle Hotel a must (suggest you book). Other good places to eat: Bar 10 in Tenby, Bar 14 in St Davids, Lisa's Diner (Amroth to Pendine coast road). Best beaches: Barafundle and Broadhaven South. Best Walks: Stackpole Quarry to Barafundle, Abereiddy to Porthgain, Coastal Path around Solva. Places to visit/things to do: Blue Lagoon water park, Crystal Maze, Llys-Y-Fran reservoir, Solva. Thanks for the wine.

The Talbots and The Cappers

Very comfortable stylish accomodation. Excellent location. Broadhaven South fantastic. Wolf Hotel very good for food. On the whole good weather.

The Macdonalds

Very comfortable cottage, attractive decor (liked the boats and pebbles and seaside theme), stylish conversion. Excellent central location for exploring the whole county. we can recommend the Blue Lagoon and Folly Farm to entertain the kids. Pembroke Castle is among the best we've ever seen with towers and battlements aplenty and passages, cellars and even a cave to explore.

The Hill family

We came for a week in September, liked it so much we came back for 2 weeks. lovely clean, modern house that is lovely to stay in. Thank you for the wine and the supply of toys kept the little ones entertained. Best beach- Druidston Haven, best walk-Porthgain to Abereiddy, places to visit- Colby Gardens, Picton castle, Manorbier castle , Bosherston lily ponds & Strumble Head. Nice lunch at Lawrenny & chips at Letterston were nice too. Thank you very much & we will be back!!

The Dobie family

Have had a wonderful week here with the best possible weather. Cottage is great and the showers are as good as at home - a first! Love the silk curtains. Would love to come back.

The Gould family

Very comfortable cottage, well-equipped and a lovely area for a holiday.

Lee family

Excellent cottage-the best we have stayed in by far.

Jo and Brian

Thoroughly enjoyed the carm and decor of the cottage. Newgale and Newport Sands were our favourite walks - especially the coastal path at Newport towards Dinas Head.

Hill family

A lovely clean comfortable house in a good central location. Very good facilities.

Saunders family

Thank you very much for a wonderful holiday. The cottage is beautiful and very comfortable. We will be back.

The Anderson family

Lovely welcoming cottag for our family Christmas. We had a great time and the weather was blue sky and sunshine so we enjoyed the circular walk at St Brides.

The Peoples

Lovely, clean tidy cottage - lovely picturesque area - will be back.

The Hopkins Family

Wonderful cottage in a beatiful area. Newgale and Whitesands are lovely beaches worth a visit (escpicially for surfing!) We enjoyed horse riding from Nolton stables along Druidston beach and had a nice meal at "Wolfs Inn" just down the road.

M & C Hancock & P Martin

Had five glorious days of sun. Countryside beautiful. Cottage very comfortable.

Carol, Alex & Sharon

Wonderfull Cottage..Thank you!

The Deacon family

A lovely cottage. Very welcoming after a long journey. Tastefully decorated and very comfortable. Lovely beaches and a great drive to St Davids. Great fish and chips at 'What's Cooking'. We're sorry to be leaving! PS "I love my attic bedroom, I could stay for 100 years." Tom, aged 6

Dan, Becki & bump

We've had a fantastic stay at the Old Milking Parlour this week. Thank you for all the info on where to go for eating out, wlks etc. We fully recommend a drive east past Fishguard into Newport. Lovely beach and great lunch at Morawelon. Don't miss walk over headland over Skomer. The cottage is so cosy, a real treat for the evening following a busy day out. The shower is probably as powerful as my Karcher pressure washer, I must remember to get in next time before turning it on!!! We will recommend to our friends and family, we would love to come back.

The Thompson family

A very comfortable stay. We enjoyed a walk from Newgale beach to Solva, catching the Puffin Shuffle bus back. Enjoyed the huge beaches and smaller coves. Also went to the Pembrokeshire Show - very good! Beautiful coastline. Would like to go back to St Davids out of holiday season as very busy. A week is not long enough to do everything we wanted.

The Cropper family

We had a wonderful week, the weather was great and the house was lovely. Every day spent on the beach, it all went too quickly. Many thanks X

The Hughes family

The house is excellent! Very well equipped. We enjoyed the 6.5 mile walk around Llys-y-Fran reservoir. We loved Solva and had a lovely meal in the Harbour Inn. Impressive surfing at Newgale and Broad Haven. The Wolfe Inn at Wolfcastle(only a few minutes down the road) was also lovely. St Davids and Whitesands bay are also a great day out.

Claire Derry

Had a fabulous stay, accomodation excellent. Solva highly recommended. Would come back again.

Derry family

Beautiful location, recommend Newgale beach and the walk from Abereiddy to Porthgain ending at the Sloop pub. Fabulous time had by all.

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