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Dale, Haverfordwest (Pembrokeshire)

Updated: Aug 15, 2021

The beach of surfers and sailors! This isn't our TOP pick of places to go, it's more of somewhere we'll stop on the way to somewhere or on the way home for a drink. Due to the fact that we are not a water sports kind of family, it's not the type of place we'd think to go first, but it's somewhere nice to visit for an hour or two.

Why Visit Dale?

  • Dale is perfect for those who love water sports. You will always see people dragging kayaks in their wet suits, jetting off in their boats or riding the waves here. You won't see us there doing it ever, but you will see others!!

  • There are some lovely picnic benches along the front and disabled parking right by them too if you had someone in a wheelchair that you're taking to see some lovely views and catch some sea air.

  • Parking is really reasonable here, £1 for an hour or £5 all day and there are public toilets close to the seafront too.

  • Although we've never eaten there, The Griffin pub has fantastic reviews and the food really does look great. They have plenty of benches to eat outside as well to have a meal with a view. I have it on good authority from a friend who always visits Dale that the food there is lovely but a little expensive if you're visiting with a few children in tow (but great if you're looking for a nice treat!) She says the best place to eat with children is the cafe next to the water sports place and there's plenty of room to eat there too! This might be a better option with children as it's reasonably priced and they offer takeaways too - thanks for the Tina Tip, Tina xx

  • You can also hire equipment from the water sports shack on the sea front if you were feeling adventurous.

So, if you're staying close to Haverfordwest and are heading for a drive around Pembrokeshire, Dale is worth a visit, even if it was just for a flying visit or a nice meal.

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