Stackpole Centre, The Old Home Farm Yard, Stackpole, nr Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5DQ

Call Stackpole Reception on 01646 623 110

Overview

The 117-bed, Stackpole Centre is in the heart of the Stackpole estate. Just a stone's throw from the banks of the Bosherston lakes. It's the perfect venue for large families, groups, special interest breaks and outdoor activities. The estate of countryside and coast includes a National Nature Reserve, ancient settlements, towering cliffs, wild woodlands and two stunning sandy beaches. The accommodation has been developed from a range of stone farm buildings. It comprises four large houses: Kingfisher and Kestrel are roomy bunkhouses ideal for large groups of children and adults. Swan has double, twin and single en-suite rooms suitable for adult groups and shares a courtyard garden with Shearwater. Shearwater has double, twin and single rooms with a mix of en-suite and shared bathrooms, ideal for large family groups. Kestrel and Shearwater are also dog friendly. A further 4 smaller houses are available to book through the NT Holidays website. Facilities include a theatre and meeting room. Adventurous activities such as coasteering, kayaking and surfing are available by arrangement. There are more than 30km of footpaths that criss-cross the estate. Please phone or email to enquire/book.

This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire.

Details

  • Beds & Rooms:

    Kingfisher: 10 b/rooms (44 guests). Kestrel: 13 b/rooms (38 guests). Swan: 13 b/rooms (24 guests). Shearwater: 7 b/rooms (11 guests).
  • Open:

    All year. All day. Reception 9-5.
  • Price per night:

    Whole site £2500, Kingfisher £834, Kestrel £510, Swan £714. Shearwater £390.
  • Booking:

    Bookings are made through National Trust Stackpole reception.
  • Directions:

    On the B4319 from Pembroke to Stackpole and Bosherton (various entry points onto estate).
  • Public Transport:

    Pembroke train and bus stations are 5 miles away.
  • Walks:

    Long Distance Walkers AssociationLong Distance Walks Wales Coast Path
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This accommodation is available at the following peak times

Available for Christmas 2021

Facilities

cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
rDisabled Access
dBedding provided
gFully heated
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
jShowers
[WiFi
vWithin 5 miles of NCN
\A National Trust Property
ZDogs by arrangement
wGroups Only

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News & Offers from Stackpole Centre

Lots of availability for families and groups this summer on the Pembrokeshire Coast!

July 22nd 2021

The National Trust Stackpole Centre on the Pembrokeshire Coast has 4 large houses sleeping between 44 and 11 guests. These are only just being advertised, so at the moment there is lots of availability. Here’s a unique opportunity to secure one of these sought-after houses this summer. Don’t delay. Act Now.

 

 

 

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Accessibility across the Stackpole Estate

June 27th 2021

The Stackpole Centre has accessible accommodation (enquire for details) and the whole estate has facilities to enable more visitors to explore the amazing gardens, beaches landscape. Including the hire of a Tramper (an all-terrain mobility scooter),

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Outdoor Learning!

August 2nd 2019

The 147-bed, platinum eco-award-winning, Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre in Pembrokeshire offers a wide range of activities to encourage the development of courage, teamwork, and character in kids and adults alike.

The National Trust run centre is just just a stone’s throw from the banks of the Bosherston lakes. The estate of countryside and coast includes a National Nature Reserve, ancient settlements, towering cliffs, wild woodlands and two stunning sandy beaches. Adventurous activities such as coasteering, kayaking and surfing are available by arrangement.

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September 5th 2011

A National Trust Basecamp is a bunkhouse offering simple self catering accommodation, not only for groups of volunteers taking part in conservation work but also for other groups looking to escape to the country.

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