we go on holiday to Stackpole every year, and we always have a meal at the Inn. Every year the staff are brusque and it feels expensive, but the food is good - as is the beer.
highlight was a couple of years ago there was a sign on the door: 'if the door is shut, we are shut, so don't knock'.
having said that we'll be back next year. better children's menu would be nice too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our 17th-century traditional inn is a walker's delight, standing close to the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastal path, and set in pristine gardens at the heart of the National Trust's Stackpole Estate. Close by are Stackpole Quay, beautiful Barafundle Bay, the lily ponds of Bosherston and the stunning beach at Broad Haven. Our 4-star bed & breakfast accommodation consists of four high-quality twin/double bed ensuite rooms. Two of the rooms have pull-out sofa beds, making them ideal family rooms. The rooms are situated in a stand-alone building in the grounds of The Stackpole Inn. Facilities are available for walkers, cyclists, fishermen, climbers and of course those of us who just want to relax and do nothing! All can benefit from our award-winning dining facilities. Morning Advertiser “Best Food Pub Wales 2005 & 2006.” Pembrokeshire Food Produce Mark assuring local ingredients used wherever possible. Cosy and welcoming with traditional wood-burning stove. Real Ales. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Stackpole Hotel Stackpole
- Stackpole Inn Pembrokeshire