Things to see & do

Coasteering

Coasteering adrenalin pumping on Stackpole Estate Pembrokeshire © National Trust

Coasteering adrenalin pumping on Stackpole Estate Pembrokeshire

Invented in Pembrokeshire, coasteering is an adrenaline fuelled activity featuring elements of cliff jumping, low level rock traversing and swimming.  We provide a fantastic location, safety equipment and experienced instructors, you provide swimming costume, towel and trainers (which will get wet).  Book with us at reception 01646 661425.

Sea kayaking

Kayaking along the Pembrokeshire coast © Preseli Venture

Kayaking along the Pembrokeshire coast

What better way to explore our stunning coastline than launch from the sheltered Stackpole Quay. Investigate the amazing geological features carved out of the limestone cliffs, and watch from a safe distance the colonies of sea birds that frequent the sheer cliffs.

Sea angling

Fishing by the sea © Leo Mason

Fishing by the sea

Our outdoor learning centre is an ideal base for anglers. You can beach cast for flounders off Broadhaven South beach or try for bass off the point at Stackpole Quay.  Bring a group of friends or family to stay in our group accommodation.

Canadian canoeing

Canoeing at Caled Quarry, Bosherston, Stackpole Estate © Mike May

Canoeing at Caled Quarry, Bosherston, Stackpole Estate

Paddle in company in our fleet of Canadian canoes down the beautiful Cleddau estuary. Book into our group accommodation and enjoy a wonderful day out in stunning scenery. 

Wild camps

Wild camp shelters Lodge Park wood Stackpole Estate Pembrokeshire © National Trust

Wild camp shelters Lodge Park wood Stackpole Estate Pembrokeshire

We all love having a little bit of this beautiful world all to ourselves for a couple of days. Why not join one of our organised wild camps. Our rangers and education officers are experienced in bush craft, camping and foraging. Camp out under the stars in our secluded deer park wood. Great fun for all the family.

What's on

In our theatre we have plays, music concerts and theatre performance, whilst around the estate we have outdoor theatre, ranger-led walks, seasonal activities and our famous '50 things before you're 11¾'.

Top ten wildlife spots at Stackpole

  • Otter
  • Greater Horsehoe bat
  • Chough
  • Heron
  • Kingfisher
  • Jay
  • Dragonflies
  • Bittern
  • Puffin
  • Grey seal

Our beautiful beaches

  • visitors enjoying midsummer sunshine and calm seas at barafundle bay © Mike May

    Beautiful Barafundle Bay

    A secluded bay, with crystal clear waters and safe bathing.

  • Surfing at Sunset © Mike May

    Freshwater West

    Remote, wild and a surfer's paradise.

  • Hiker on coast path above Broadhaven South © Mike May

    Broadhaven South

    Wide expanse of golden sand.  A favourite for families.

Our magical otters on Broadhaven beach

Jim and Marilyn are our local rangers who regularly watch and monitor our resident otter population.  You are welcome to join them on the first Wednesday of every month as they keep a close eye on our most famous residents.

We're happy whatever the weather

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