The Old Post Office is a much-loved family home situated at the heart of the charming village of Stackpole (award-winning pub food at the Stackpole Arms). Stackpole lies within the National Park and borders the National Trust managed Stackpole Estate and is within walking distance of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The cottage is comfortably furnished for all ages with the best of the old, combined with modern conveniences, providing plenty of living space both inside and out. Its light and airy interior and outdoor eating areas make it a perfect summer house whilst feather quilts, welsh blankets and a wood-burning stove make it cosy in the winter too.
The Old Post Office has a large garden with a flat lawn area, perfect for ball games (football posts discreetly positioned) with a somewhat overgrown area surrounding it providing privacy and enclosure.
A circular walk from the cottage, by way of a permissive pathacross farm land to the spectacular golden sandy beach of Barafundle, can lead you either to Stackpole Quay (NT Tea Room) or across the cliffs by way of the coastal path to the equally stunning Broad Haven South beach returning through the beautiful eighteenth century Lily Ponds to Stackpole Village or Bosherston. The Lily Ponds are easily accessed on foot from the village whilst a ten minute car journey will take you to the naturally awe inspiring beach at Freshwater West - film fans will recognise it from Harry Potter; Robin Hood and more recently Their Finest and surf fans will know it for its waves.
Aside from the natural beauties in close proximity to the cottage there are a number of attractions in nearby Narberth; Pembroke; Carew and Tenby which include castles; water parks and boat trips.
Over the ten+ years that we have rented it out we have had many returners who, like us, also consider the place a ‘second home’.