Local Amenities

ATTRACTIONS

Water Sports

Dale is a popular stop off point for walkers and the waters around the Dale Peninsula attract those interested in sailing, surfing, diving and angling.

Sailing – West Wales Watersports

Diving – Dive In2 Pembrokeshire

Fishing – Broadside Boat Charter

Skomer & Skokholm Island

We’re situated 10 minutes by car or 45 minutes via walking the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path from the departure point for these Bird Sanctuaries.

Wildlife Trust – Visiting and Staying on the Islands (Official Website)

Pembrokeshire Islands Boat Trips

Walking

Dale is situated at the mouth of the Cleddau Estuary, mid way along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park footpath.  There are several circular walks and the Puffin Shuttle bus service can be utilised to go further afield.  Following the rugged coastline you come across some pristine beaches such as Watwick, West Dale and Marloes Sands.  The path enjoys stunning views across the sea to the islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm, all internationally important bird reserves.  You may also spot marine mammals such as seals, dolphin and porpoise.

WHERE TO EAT AND DRINK

The Griffin Inn

WEATHER AND TIDE INFORMATION

Met Office 5 day forecast for Dale
Tide heights for Milford Haven (7 days)

TRANSPORT

BUS ROUTES AND TIMETABLES

Puffin Shuttle 400 – Milford Haven to St.Davids
Puffin Shuttle 315 – Dale Peninsula (Milford Haven and Haverfordwest