A beautiful and varied stretch of the Pembrokeshire coast - 810 hectares of outstanding countryside and coastal landscape set in the Pembrokeshire National Park. Includes the National Nature Reserve including the famous Bosherston Lily Ponds (with wheelchair access to some parts). The estate is full of sites of historic interest, including the site of Stackpole Court, the home of the Cawdor family, Bronze and Iron age settlements and Stackpole Quay. Also includes 'tackpole for Outdoor Learning', the National Trust Wales' first residential 'Eco-Centre', an environmental and outdoor education centre for all ages, open year round. Also te Stackpole Centre – accessible holiday and conference accommodation centre, only a mile from Broadhaven and Barafundle (voted best British beach in 2005) beaches
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