About National Trust Stackpole

Sleeps 11 to 139 in different accommodation styles:
Kingfisher sleeps 44
Kestrel sleeps 38 and welcomes up to 2 dogs
Swan sleeps 24
Shearwater sleeps 15 and welcomes upto 2 dogs
3 cottages, Rosemary, Lavender and Thyme sleep 6 each

At the heart of the National Trust's 2000 acre Stackpole Estate in South Pembrokeshire within the National Park, the centre has exceptional facilities with excellent value for money. Ideal for a wide range of groups – holidays, youth and corporate groups, special interest groups such as walkers, photographers, choir and theatre groups.

Kestrel offers bunkhouse-style accommodation, with bunkrooms of varying sizes and singles. Ideal for families and friends, with a large kitchen, living space and a games room.

Kingfisher is perfect for youth or larger groups, with several bunkrooms over 2 floors, en suite leader rooms and a large common room, dining room and kitchen.
Swan offers a little more luxury – the 13 bedrooms (doubles, twins and singles) all have en suite or private bathrooms. A commercial kitchen makes catering easy.

Shearwater has 7 bedrooms and lots of bathrooms, as well as open plan kitchen and living space, perfect for an extended family get together.

Each has its own outside space, with tables for dining. On site we have fantastic facilities including a theatre which has provided a venue for yoga retreats, dance and theatre, choirs, fitness camps. We can arrange catering for larger group bookings if required. Stackpole also has a wedding licence for 200.

The natural surroundings of Stackpole are varied: mature woodlands, dramatic cliffs, dune systems, freshwater lakes and formal gardens. A great choice of outdoor activities is possible - coasteering, kayaking, bushcraft, fishing, hiking, environmental study. Or just relax!

Location

51.62272, -4.92751074

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