National Trust Stackpole Centre

About National Trust Stackpole Centre

About the Stackpole Centre & Cottages

Located in the heart of the Stackpole Estate in a range of converted traditional stone farm buildings dating back to 1860’s, the Stackpole Centre is the perfect place to stay as a large group, or with family and friends.

A stones throw away from the lakes at Bosherston, the centre makes the ideal base from which to explore the wider Stackpole estate and the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Enjoy the calm atmosphere of the walled garden, discover Barafundle bay and explore the many woodlands and paths that traverse this historical landscape. The estate includes a National Nature Reserve, ancient settlements, towering cliffs, wild woodlands and two stunning sandy beaches.

Self-catering accommodation for groups.

The Stackpole Centre accommodation is comprised of four large, converted farm buildings, with a further 3 smaller cottages.

The Centre sleeps 139 in total and accommodation can be configured in a number of different ways to accommodate a variety of needs. It’s the perfect venue for large families, groups, special interest breaks and outdoor activities, as well as weddings and for celebratory events. Advice on catering suppliers can be provided for self-led catering if required when you book.

Educational visits to Stackpole

The Stackpole Centre is the perfect location for a self-led educational visit, with exceptional facilities at excellent value for money. We host special interest groups, universities, corporate groups, photographic and theatre societies, activity and wellness groups and schools. For School and youth residential groups, we can help facilitate an outdoor activity education provision through our local partners.


Facilities include:

  • A theatre accommodating150 people including chairs and table.
  • Wifi throughout theatre, foyer and meeting room.
  • A meeting room accommodating 24 people.
  • A separate kitchen for each house.
  • Enclosed playground accessible from Kingfisher House.
  • Catering for residential stays for schools & Universities facilitated by National Trust Pembrokeshire.
  • Licensed for weddings should you wish to organise your own.
  • Please ask for advice on Marquees and external catering for special events and occasions.


There are more that 30kms of footpaths criss-crossing the wider estate. These paths take you to the Pembrokeshire Coast path, two award winning beaches – Barafundle Bay and Broad Haven South, Stackpole Quay and the Boat House tearoom.

We’re delighted to be working in partnership with Activity Pembrokeshire, and Outer Reef to deliver kayaking, and coasteering sessions from Stackpole Quay, and surfing from Freshwater West.  To find out more, please visit the Activity Pembrokeshire website or contact the team via / 07977 543396. Outer Reef can be contacted on 01646 680070, by email at, or via its website.


Contact us for Group Booking and Activities

To find out more about the Stackpole centre for availability and booking please contact our team directly on 01646 623110 or email

Please note all the accommodation at the centre can be booked separately through our holidays website here.

Additional Information

Open all year.

Stackpole Centre Reception

The Stackpole Centre Visitor Reception is open from 9 am – 5pm every day through the year apart from Christmas and boxing day. The reception can provide tourist information for your visit as well basic snacks and refreshments. No hot drinks or food.

Coast and Countryside

open dawn – dusk all year round

No swimming or kayaking on the lakes is permitted in order to protect the wildlife and environment.

The Boathouse Tea-room

opening times vary. Please refer to the National Trust Stackpole Estate web page here

Car parks

Open dawn – dusk all year round.

No camping or overnight parking allowed at any time.

Price Info:

To find out more about the Stackpole centre for availability and booking please contact our team directly on 01646 623110 or email . Reasonable rates from £24 per night per person.

Please note all the accommodation at the centre can be booked separately through our holidays website here


  • Advanced booking in peak time
  • Bed linen for hire
  • Bed linen free of charge
  • Broadband Connection available
  • Central heating
  • Childrens play area on park
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Credit Debit card accepted
  • Disabled access statement available
  • Dogs by arrangement
  • Electric hook up available
  • Games room on park
  • Ground floor rooms
  • Group bookings
  • Non smoking bedrooms
  • Private Parking
  • Short Breaks available
  • Single rooms available
  • Special Christmas and New Year packages
  • Totally non smoking
  • Wifi Internet Access



For detailed access information please refer to the Stackpole access statement here.

Accessible route and map available

Available to download here   or from the National Trust website. Please note no swimming or kayaking allowed on the Stackpole lakes.

Accessible toilet

Adapted toilets with grab rails in all the Stackpole Estate car parks.

Designated parking

Induction loop

Available at The Boathouse tea-room Stackpole Quay and the Stackpole Centre reception

Powered mobility vehicle available

An all-terrain mobility scooter is available to borrow from the Stackpole centre reception. Booking in advance is essential. Please call 01646 623110

Ramped access/slopes

Ramped access to the Boathouse tea-room.

Seating available

Steps/uneven terrain

Wheelchairs available

A beach wheelchair is available to borrow from the Stackpole Centre. Booking is essential. Please call 01646 623110


B4319 from Pembroke to Stackpole and Bosherston (various entry points onto estate)

Parking: Pay and display at Stackpole Quay, Broad Haven South, Bosherston Lakes and Stackpole Court site.

Sat Nav: For Bosherston Lakes and Broad Haven South car parks: SA71 5DR, for Stackpole Court car park: SA71 5DE and for Stackpole Quay car park: SA71 5LS


Nearest train station at Pembroke 6 miles away. Taxis available to book in advance. Trains stations at Pembroke Dock, Milford Haven, Haverfordwest and Fishguard.

By bus

387/8 (Coastal Cruiser) – Starting in Pembroke Dock and Angle Peninsula. To view the bus routes and timetables, please visit the Pembrokeshire County Council website: