Make the most of your weekend and become a visitor in your own beautiful Pembrokeshire
3rd February 2014
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The Stackpole Inn is an exciting bed & breakfast, bar and restaurant situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. 

Close to many stunning tourist attractions, The Stackpole Inn is popular with ‘traditional tourists’ and visitors to the area, climbers, walkers, cyclists and families and offers a memorable dining experience as well as high quality bed and breakfast accommodation. 

Make the most of your weekend

If you are lucky enough to live in Pembrokeshire enjoy visiting all that Pembrokeshire has to offer.  Pembrokeshire is beautiful, whatever the weather and the scenery arresting throughout the seasons. Armed with a plan and a lunch destination you will enjoy a wonderful time with a friend, loved on or with your family, that will be cherished. 

Enjoy the many activities that you can take advantadge of in this rich enviroment and savour your reward at The Stackpole Inn.

The Stackpole Inn offers an extensive menu to suit all tastes exploiting the spoils that Pembrokeshire has to offer, including local Yerbeston Gate Farm sausages and local cheeses.

You may like  to try the hearty Walkers lunch (Available between 12 and 2pm only) 

Selection of farmhouse cheeses, Gwaun Valley ham, or both together (£1 extra) served with pickles, apple, salad, chutney and bread. Available Cheeses – Haffod cheddar (organic cheddar), Perl Las (creamy blue), Caws Preseli (soft, brie type cheese) and Smoked Cerwyn (creamy cold smoked cheese)

Freshly baked rustic roll, dressed salad and chips

Choose from our selection of Welsh cheeses, Gwaun valley ham or Welsh bacon (£1 for any extra filling)

Why not try the traditional Afternoon Tea.  A generous selection of sandwiches, 2 homemade cakes, a homemade mini trifle, a 1/2 scone with jam and cream and a selection of teas or coffees priced at £8 per person.

Locations don't come much more exciting than this. The Stackpole Inn is within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and just 15 minutes walking distance of the Pembrokeshire Costal Path, Stackpole Quay and Barafundle Bay - described by the Sunday Times as "a desert island dream beach in Wales." Close by are the Stackpole Trust Centre, the Lilly Ponds of Bosherston and the stunning beach - Broad Haven. 

To read more about The Stackpole Inn on thebestof Pembrokeshire click here


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Claire P

Member since: 8th November 2012

Hi I am part of thebestof team and help Diana promote and shout about our great local business members and also all the other great things that happen and go on in Pembrokeshire.

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