The Easter special of BBC's Springwatch sees presenters Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games explore the estate and the wider Pembrokeshire area for early signs of spring.
As the coast and countryside begin to burst into life and colour, Springwatch at Easter will follow the diverse flora and fauna, the conservation stories behind the landscape and the volunteers who dedicate their time to looking after special places like Stackpole.
Speaking about the programme, Mike Greenslade, the National Trust’s Manager of Stackpole, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Springwatch at Easter to Stackpole and are excited for the team to discover the seasonal sights, sounds and stories.“Spring is when the estate truly comes alive and we hope that the show will help encourage more people to come and explore the landscape for themselves.”
You too can explore this special part of Wales whilst staying in one of our holiday cottages or by staying the Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre, which was home to the Springwatch Team during filming. We have 14 holiday cottages on the Stackpole estate from a quirky former calf cot for two to a manor house for all the family, there's a lot to choose from.
You can find out more about our other Welsh holiday cottages here.
Springwatch at Easter is a one-hour special and is due be broadcast on Friday 25 March, BBC Two at 9pm.
The third single storey courtyard cottage in this remote complex close to the sea.
A traditional stone farmhouse in one corner of a courtyard complex close to the sea.
One of a pair of pretty semi-detached cottages close to the sea at Stackpole Quay.
Tucked away behind a small courtyard complex close to the sea.
A simple converted farm building in a fabulous location at Stackpole.
Large, simple accommodation situated on the very edge of lovely Bosherston Lilyponds.