Facilities & access


  • Toilets - Stackpole Quay car park, Broadhaven South car park, Bosherston Lily Ponds car park, Freshwater West car park and Courtsite exhibition centre
  • Parking - Bosherston Lily ponds OS: SR 967948, manned, pay & display, £5 per day, £2 after 2pm (NT members free); Stackpole Quay, OS: SR 992958, manned, £5 per day, £2 after 2pm (NT members free); Broadhaven South, OS: SR 976937, manned £5 per day, £2 after 2pm (NT members free); Lodge Park, OS: SR 977962, manned £5 per day, £2 after 2pm (NT members free)
  • The Boathouse Tea-room at Stackpole Quay - traditional Pembrokeshire fayre
  • Picnic areas - enjoy a picnic at Barafundle and Broadhaven South beaches or at the Courtsite
  • Group, family and schools accommodation is on offer at the Stackpole Centre
  • Dogs - due to livestock grazing, dogs should be kept on leads when walking around Stackpole Warren, the coastal grassland between Barafundle and Broadhaven South and around the Bosherston lakes
  • Exhibition centre, refreshments and toilets at the Courtsite
  • Admission free. Donations welcome

Family & children

  • Family rambler packs available from our visitor car parks with four different routes across the estate
  • Kayaking, coasteering and surfing activities suitable from age 8
  • Family friendly holiday cottages at Stackpole Centre and Stackpole Quay
  • Family friendly events and activities all year round
  • Suitable for school groups


  • Mobility parking - accessible parking bays at Stackpole Quay, Broadhaven South and at the Stackpole Centre
  • Mobility toilets - at Stackpole Quay, Bosherston and Broadhaven South car parks
  • Pathways - lakeside path of hard fine gravel links the Bosherston lakes near the Stackpole Centre to Broadhaven South beach. A tarmac trail with a 1:12 gradient links Eight Arch Bridge to the Stackpole Centre and a long 1:15 gradient path links the Stackpole Centre to Stackpole Court
  • Seating - at Stackpole Quay and around Bosherston Lakes
  • Boat House- an adapted bird hide near Eight Arch Bridge, accessible from the lakeside path. There is also an accessible woodland hide which can be reached from the boardwalk in Caroline Grove