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Stackpole Inn - Pub in Pembrokeshire

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Stackpole, Pembroke, SA71 5DF, Pembrokeshire
Wales, United Kingdom

Gary & Becky Evans
+44 (0)1646 672324(landline)

Good value nosh in a hospitable inn. Sip Welsh ale in the fine garden on sunny days, or set off for stunning Broad Haven and Barafundle Bay

Read guest comments

This lovely inn sits in a pretty village that's marooned in beautiful country. It's a few miles back from the sea, with Barafundle Bay – one of the finest beaches in Britain – a short walk away. You can pick up the coastal path, too, and follow it round past Stackpole Quay and St Govan's Chapel to the cliffs at Linney Head, then the surfers at Freshwater West. It's pure heaven, one of those sleepy areas you drop into for a couple of days and hardly use your car. As for the Stackpole, it's a great little base – stylish and welcoming with tasty rustic food, perhaps deep-fried whitebait, rib of local beef, almond and hazelnut tart. Outside, the pub is drenched in honeysuckle and there's a small garden to the front for a drop of Welsh ale in summer. Inside, you find low wooden ceilings, exposed stone walls, a hard-working wood-burner and four hand pumps at the slate bar. Super bedrooms have comfy beds, stripped floors, seaside colours and excellent bathrooms. All have sofabeds, two have velux windows for star gazing. Dogs and children are very welcome.

Wheelchair access
Wheelchair access to some public rooms and to wc's.
Handpumped ales
Pub serves four or more handpumped ales.
Children welcome
Children of all ages welcome in some public rooms (highchairs not necessarily available).
Wireless internet access available in the bar.
Dogs welcome
Dogs welcome in some public rooms.
Wine list
Pub serves eight or more wines by the glass.

Guest feedback
"Lovely dinner, very friendly staff even made the dogs feel welcome"

C - London, United Kingdom

April 2017

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Lunch from £5. Dinner, 3 courses, £25-£30 (not Sundays Oct-Mar). Sunday lunch, 3 courses, £18.95.


3pm-6pm & Sun eves in winter. Open all day Sat & Sun in summer.


Stackpole, Pembroke, SA71 5DF, Pembrokeshire


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