Dale Village

Dale is a small village community in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Its claim to fame comes from the landing of Henry Tudor in Mill Bay in 1485, before he was King. Also in 1996 when the oil tanker Sea Empress ran aground spilling 72,000 tonnes of crude oil into the ocean.

The village enjoys a thriving tourist trade in the summer when it becomes a hub of activity, and in the winter is a peaceful getaway. Its traditional trades of fishing and farming are still at the heart of the village. All around the area are sandy beaches, beautiful coastal walks and an abundance of wildlife, flora and fauna.

Many small businesses operate in the village offering a range of goods and services. The Griffin Inn and Dale Yacht Club offer food and drinks both at lunch time and in the evening. The Boat House Café & Shop provide snacks, lunches, tea, coffee and cake. The shop offers a wide range of local ice-cream, groceries, beach goods and more. There is a silver smith shop and workshop-Be Gemmed which offers stunning hand crafted silver jewellery made in front of your eyes.

 

The village has a mobile post office van that is in the village twice a week and there is St. James' church open all year round. The Coronation Hall, recently refurbished, offers community events and is available to hire at very reasonable rates should you wish to hold an event or party! 

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