Situated beside a wooded glade at the edge of the small peaceful village of Stackpole, Leyland House is a comfortable, stylishly furnished and decorated cottage. With a log burner in the cosy sitting room, wooden floorboards throughout and furnished with a mixture of antique and modern furniture, the cottage has a welcoming atmosphere. There is a sheltered, decked courtyard for al fresco dining & a large detached garden which is reached via a private footpath. The cottage sleeps 4 & accommodates up to 2 dogs. The Stackpole Estate has 2000 acres (N.T.) of outstanding natural beauty, part SSSI and part National Nature Reserve & is a spectacular landscape and coastline rich in wildlife (otters, wildfowl, cliff nesting seabirds) with footpaths linking lakes, woods, cliffs, sand dunes and limestone grassland. The cottage is also close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path & to the beaches at Broadhaven South, the multi award winning Barafundle Bay & surfer's paradise Freshwater West as well as the Lily Ponds at Bosherston
Leyland House in Stackpole, Nr. Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales - Close To The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Within The National Trust Stackpole Estate
About Phillippa Townend
We have been visiting Stackpole for the last 20 years & have enjoyed many happy family holidays there, playing on the beach, walking through the woods & just generally enjoying the pleasures of rural life.
Why Phillippa Townend chose Stackpole
We really love this cottage & the surrounding area & have been visiting for the last 20 years (my husband is originally from that area). The village of stackpole is made all the more lovely by the Stackpole Inn (a traditional country pub which also serves stunning food & is Condé Nast recommended) & the surrounding Pembrokeshire countryside is beautiful. There are beautiful walks from the front door which take you across fields & woodland (well maintained tracks) directly to Barafundle Bay (approx 25 mins) & Bosherston Lily Ponds (approx 20 mins) and give easy access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
What makes this Cottage unique
The joy of this cottage is in it's idyllic location - if you're looking for a rural property with easy access to fields, woodland & coastal scenery, you'll be delighted! We are also dog-friendly & the property is maintained in very good order. Please see our reviews for an independent view & check out our website & facebook page for more photos, guest reviews & recommendations
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This was our fourth visit to this wonderful cottage set in its own little piece of paradise. Every home comfort, perfect for dogs and their humans
A warm comfortable cottage in beautiful surroundings.
We enjoyed our stay at Leyland House. The cottage was well equipped and we found everything we needed easily, even dishes for our dog. It was lovely to be able to walk to beautiful beaches, woodlands, lily ponds, cafe and pub straight from the door. Stackpole is a lovely peaceful village within easy reach of interesting places to visit.
wonderful base in amazing area
Everything you need for a comfortable easy holiday. All equipment for a toddler to hand. Equipped to a high standard. A real home from home in beautiful surroundings with helpful neighbours.
Fantastically located, well equipped cottage
This was our 3rd visit and we will be returning the weather was stunning and the beaches empty
Absolutely brilliant, location great and well equipped cottage.
Great location, well set up and equipped.
Characterful cottage with lovely log burner. Walk from cottage to 2 great beaches and Bosherton lakes. Very quiet location but 3 minutes walk from Stackpole Inn a wonderful pub.
Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend......... or to visit again!
The multi award-winning Barafundle bay is the nearest beach at a 25 mins walk across open fields. Bosherston Lily Ponds are approximately 20 minutes walk. Parking facilities for Barafundle Bay & Broadhaven South are both accessible by car in approximately 10 minutes & Freshwater West is accessible by car in approximately 20 minutes (please note, Barafundle Bay is not actually accessible by road so the last part of the journey is on foot)
Situated at the edge of Stackpole Village, this cottage is a couple of minutes walk to the Stackpole Inn which boasts a lovely menu of local produce, fish & seafood as well as an extensive wine list & a good selection of real ales.
The small town of Pembroke is approximately 4 miles away with access to shops (including a supermarket & a lovely little deli), post office, pharmacy & a couple of very nice cafes. It also has a small farmers market which regularly visits