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Footprints in the sand

Important notice -

We’re reopening coast & countryside Pembrokeshire sites from 9 November. Under Welsh Government legislation, our places are only open to Wales residents and to groups of four or less (excluding children below 11) unless they are in the same household

Discover Stackpole’s beautiful stretch of coastline for yourself. With award-winning sandy beaches, tranquil wooded valleys, wildlife-rich lily ponds, walking trails and watersports, there’s lots to see and do.

Useful to know
Visitors using the new beach wheelchair

Accessibility at Stackpole 

Take a look at our Stackpole accessibility guide for information on borrowing mobility vehicles, recommended routes and some handy hints on getting around, facilities and things to see and do.

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Wildlife

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Eating

Visitors eating at the Boathouse Tearoom

The Boathouse Tea-room 

Tuck into foodie favourites at the Boathouse Tea-room whilst enjoying spectacular views of Stackpole Quay.

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History

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Our work

Two rangers building a fence at Stackpole

Behind-the-scenes at Stackpole  

Go behind-the-scenes at National Trust Stackpole and learn more about our ranger work on the estate with our monthly blog.

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Places to stay

Exterior of Byre 2

Holiday cottages 

Sleep easy at Stackpole, our holiday cottages are the perfect place to stay and an ideal base for exploring the estate and wider Pembrokeshire.