Dale is a small village located on the Dale Peninsula which forms the northern side of the entrance to Milford Haven estuary. The village is a popular holiday location– safe beaches and lots of water-based activities including sailing, swimming, surfing, kayaking, windsurfing and diving.
The area has an abundance of wildlife including birds, seals, dolphins and porpoise. The cliffs and coastal path also provide stunning views and the chance to see a wide variety of beautiful wild flowers. Located within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and part of the 186 mile long costal path makes Dale a centre for walkers and those wishing to explore the offshore islands and their flora and fauna.
If you don't fancy cooking then Dale caters for all budgets with The Griffin Inn, Coco's Brasserie @ Dale Yacht Club and The Boathouse Café, all offering a range of food and drink and a warm welcome!
The Griffin Inn is an award winning pub. With roaring log fires in the winter and alfresco dining on their new terrace in the summer, there is quite simply no better place to enjoy a good pint and locally caught seafood. The deliberately informal unpretentious atmosphere and fabulous friendly service only add to the atmosphere, offering a memorable eating experience.