Our family-run, family-friendly campsite is like a little green oasis, tucked away behind woodland in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and yet less than 10 minutes’ drive from the historic town of Pembroke. It’s the best of both worlds. If you’re seeking a place to unwind, in a quiet rural location – close to beautiful beaches but within easy reach of what others may call ‘civilisation’ – we think you’ll love it.
About our family-run campsite
We run a small, relaxed, family-friendly campsite with just ten grass pitches, set in the field alongside our home. Five of the pitches are set aside for our own glamping accommodation and five are reserved for camping. Because of our size and the popularity of our location, we recommend booking for all camping pitches (and booking months in advance for peak periods). If you want to bring your camper, motorhome or caravan early or late on in the season, it’s best to call us first to check ground conditions are suitable. There is a limited number of pitches bookable in advance for vans etc. during the early/late season, but it may be possible to book last minute if the ground is good. The pitches are suitable for tents all season, but in extremely wet weather we may ask you to leave your car in the parking area and ferry your stuff the short distance to your pitch using our wheelbarrows (all part of the adventure!) Normally we allow vehicles on when you are setting up/taking down your tent, or arriving at/leaving your glamping accommodation, but at all other times we have a no pitch-side parking policy, which keeps the camping field peaceful
and safe for all of our guests.
DOGS: We welcome dogs, but they must stay on a lead on the campsite. Please see our FAQs if you have a query about your dog.
A very special place
When you stay with us, you’ll enter the campsite grounds through a pair of rather splendid Grade II listed stone gate pillars. That’s because our home, North Lodge, was once the northern gate house to the Stackpole Estate. In the 1800s, carriages heading to the manor house, Stackpole Court, travelled along the tree-lined approach to what is now
Stackpole Under The Stars.
Although the manor house itself was demolished in 1963, the estate – including the beautiful Bosherston Lily Ponds – is now owned and managed by the National Trust. We have lived and worked in the Stackpole area for 20 years and bought North Lodge in late 2016. We count ourselves incredibly lucky to run the only camping and glamping site within the grounds of this historic estate.
It’s an idyllic spot in a very special place and we look forward to sharing it with you.
Who we are
We are Stan, Laura and Ossian and our campsite dog is Amber the Clumberdoodle.
We live in the lodge house and we look forward to welcoming you.