Stackpole Quay is a small but picturesque harbour on the National Trust's Stackpole estate. There is some sand here at low tide, but very little beach available at high tide. The harbour area of the beach can be accessed via a metal ladder during the high tide period. A P&D / attended NT car park is situated behind the beach and it's a popular location for canoeists. Facilities include toilets and the Boat House Tea-rooms (which has outdoor seating in a sheltered garden setting) serving snacks, cream teas and ice creams.
At the rear of the car park, a track leads to the Bosherston Lily ponds, which can be followed down to Broad Haven beach.