The Boathouse Tea-room
The Boathouse Tea-room is a firm favourite on the foodie trail with locals and tourists alike. Famed for its stunning location in Stackpole Quay, it’s a great place to sit and watch the sea gently lapping against the stony shore.
Sweet and savoury
Good, hearty fare is on offer here, including National Trust stalwarts such as jacket potatoes, ploughman’s, homemade soup and paninis. Of course, no Trust place would be complete without a cream tea and we do one of the very best!
Keeping it local
We make an extra special effort for all our produce to be seasonal, local and fresh. When you eat with us we want you to get a real taste of Pembrokeshire.
Easily accessible by car and on foot from any one of our car parks on the estate, Stackpole Quay is an ideal base from which to walk the coast path. Equally, the Boathouse Tea-room has long been a welcome sight for walkers and adventurers.
Open whatever the weather
We’re open throughout the year every day from Easter until October. Out of season we still open at weekends, providing a welcome respite from the wind and rain.
Come and see for yourself
Our menu is often changing and we aim to give each visitor the warmest of welcomes. Whether you’re meeting friends for a cake and a cuppa, sheltering from the elements or enjoying a ploughman’s after coasteering, the Boathouse Tea-room is a great place to eat in Pembrokeshire.
Other places to eat at Stackpole
Stackpole Walled Garden is also on the estate and is located near Lodge Park Woods. Run by Pembrokeshire Mencap, take some time out and enjoy the cafe, garden and shop.
If you're heading to the beach then you can tuck into a bite to eat from one of the concession stands. At Broadhaven South, you'll find Slow Pig serving up hot, seasonal food. At Freshwater West, there's Cafe Môr, laverbread's a speciality here!