Accessibility at Stackpole

Visitors using the new beach wheelchair

Our team have been working hard to improve accessibility across the Stackpole Estate to enable more visitors to enjoy and explore this special place.

Stackpole accessibility guide

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.

Borrow our mobility vehicles

A tramper (an all-terrain mobility scooter) and a beach wheelchair are both available to borrow at Stackpole. Our mobility vehicles were purchased following visitors’ kind donations to help us improve accessibility on the estate.

Who can use the mobility vehicles?

Our vehicles are for use by anyone who struggles with walking distances or has limited mobility of any kind. The tramper is suitable for ages 14 and over, with the beach wheelchair recommended for ages four and above with a maximum weight limit of 95kg.

Please be aware that all users must be accompanied by an adult and for the tramper, users need to be able to walk 500 metres in case of an emergency.

Borrow our new tramper and beach wheelchair
Visitors using the tramper and beach wheelchair
Borrow our new tramper and beach wheelchair

Where can you use the tramper and beach wheelchair?

You can discover Stackpole’s woodlands, designed landscape and dramatic coastline during your visit.

We’ve been working hard to make our paths more accessible and we now have three recommended routes for accompanied tramper, assisted wheelchairs and pushchairs. As an outdoor site, please note that there are undulating paths with mixed terrain.

View our Stackpole accessibility map guide (PDF / 2.8MB) download   for the routes or find out more below.

How do you book?

Both vehicles are free to borrow from Stackpole Centre.

Pre-booking is advisable, so if you're interested in using the vehicles, please contact the Stackpole team on 01646 623110 for more information.

Recommended routes

Visitors enjoying the tramper route in Lodge Park Woods

Stackpole Centre to Lodge Park Woods

For heritage hunting, follow the path from Stackpole Centre to Lodge Park Woods where you’ll find historical spots like the rose garden and summer house.

You can also go onto the lawn at the court site, a wide open space that overlooks the Eight-Arch Bridge and Bosherston Lakes.

A visitor using the tramper at Stackpole

Stackpole Centre to Stackpole Quay

For a longer stretch, follow the path from Stackpole Centre down to the Eight-Arch Bridge and then up the main farm track which leads to Stackpole Quay.

Here you can enjoy coastal scenery and refreshments at the Boathouse Tea-room.

Visitors using the beach wheelchair at Broad Haven South

Stackpole Centre to Broad Haven South

For woodland wows and sandy adventures, follow the path from Stackpole Centre down to the Eight-Arch Bridge and along Bosherston Lakes.

Look for waterlilies on your way and experience the transition from woodland to coast as you arrive at Broad Haven South beach.

Other handy hints

Visitors eating at the Boathouse Tearoom

Places to eat

For a bite to eat with a sea view, head to our Boathouse Tea-room at Stackpole Quay. The tea-room has a ramped access route with both indoor and outdoor seating available.

Or visit our friends at Stackpole Walled Gardens, the café and visitor centre have flat level access and are run by the team at Pembrokeshire Mencap.

Volunteer working in car park


Blue Badge holders can enjoy free parking at all of our car parks on the Stackpole Estate. Please make sure that you display your Blue Badge clearly on the vehicle’s windscreen.

Speak to our visitor welcome team in the car parks or at Stackpole Centre (01646 623110) for advice on drop-off points to make your visit easier.

Image of toilets sign


There are adapted toilets with grab rails in all of our car parks.

The toilets at Bosherston and Broad Haven South have increased mobility space, with Radar key access.