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Beautiful stretch of coastline with sandy beaches, wooded valleys and lily ponds
Stackpole is both a listed designed landscape and an internationally important nature reserve. Footpaths radiate from the site of Stackpole Court, a grand mansion demolished before the National Trust owned this area. Exotic plantings in Lodge Park give way to mixed woodland further upstream.
The famous Bosherston Lakes were created 200 years ago to provide a backdrop to Stackpole Court. They have evolved into a wildlife habitat famous for its otters, water birds and dragonflies.
Cliffs, sand dunes and tiny coves alternate along eight miles of coastline. Barafundle is a jewel of a beach set between limestone cliffs and backed by dunes and woods. This secluded bay can only be reached by a cliff path walk from Stackpole Quay, with steep steps at either end. Stackpole Quay itself is a tiny harbour used by local fishermen and small pleasure boats.
Broadhaven South, at the foot of the Bosherston Lakes, is another safe family bathing beach while Freshwater West, a few miles west of the main estate, is Wales's premier surfing beach.
Visit Stackpole this winter and enjoy walks around the estate or on the Wales Coast Path.
We're open to warm you up every weekend at Stackpole Quay tea-room from 11am to 3.30pm until 28 December.
We're happy - whatever the weather
The development of a countryside house
We have a new exhibition area in the former dairy, brewery and game larder. Featuring a timeline of Stackpole's development, the preserved brewery and game larder bring a sense of its historic use.