Stackpole Quay Beach
Stackpole Quay Beach is located on the south coast of Pembrokeshire, Wales. FBM Holidays have a fine range of Pembrokeshire Cottages, so if you are looking for Holiday cottages, dog friendly cottages, holiday apartments, coastal cottages in Pembrokeshire then check out our availability now.
The Stackpole estate is a beautiful part of the Pembrokeshire National Park. Lovingly maintained by the National trust it has many delights and is a fantastic place to spend a week away. Stackpole Quay is a small, rugged and peaceful place. The old stone harbour walls shelter a delightful harbour of turquoise blue water. The shore line itself is predominantly pebble with golden sand visible at low tide and overlooked by jagged cliffs under rolling farmland.
The Pembrokeshire coast offers many suitable locations for coasteering and climbing and Stackpole Quay is a popular choice for those starting out with coasteering. The rugged cliff edges offer a mixed terrain. Celtic Quest Coasteering offer one day courses to help you get started.
If you are in need of a more relaxing and leisurely break away from work then why not wander through the Stackpole parkland. There is plenty to see and do, soak up the history of this ruined estate or simply get lost in the beautiful gardens, surrounded by wildlife. The National Trust provide a selection of routes through the estate, try this walk to experience the park land and hidden secrets of the former Cawdor estate. Barafundle Bay is also near by and is a breathtaking beach to spend time on, rated one of the best in the world by independent travel writers.
Stackpole Quay is a popular stop off point for walking, fishing and diving enthusiasts and the Boathouse Cafe is a quiet place to enjoy a good bite to eat. They offer a fine choice of drinks, cakes and small meals, including freshly caught crab, made on site from locally sourced ingredients. There is also a car park nearby.