Spacious detached house in a peaceful location just 1 minute from the sea with sea views, ample parking (for cars and a boat) and beautiful gardens.
Pets welcome. Free wi-fi. Dale beach has been awarded European Blue Flag status.
Sanderling House has won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2014, this award recognises businesses that consistently earn top ratings from TripAdvisor travellers.
Dale peninsula is at the extreme south west tip of Pembrokeshire, which itself is the county at the far south west corner of Wales. The village lies in a sheltered valley with beaches at both its west and east facing ends. West Dale faces directly towards the wild Atlantic while Dale beach is sheltered and a mecca for watersports. Dale is an unspoilt village in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The traditional activities of agriculture and fishing still take place and have been joined by tourism as a major aspect of the area. The village is a popular location for family holidays – safe beaches and lots of water-based activities such as sailing, swimming, surfing, kayaking and windsurfing. 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. Its location on the long distance path of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park make the village a centre for walkers and those wishing to explore the offshore islands and their flora and fauna.
Dale village offers:
The Griffin Inn
The award winning Inn is run by our friends Simon & Sian .specializing in locally caught fish dishes (they are co owners of the local fishing boat) as well as a full restaurant menu an experience not to miss, they have recently had a new extension, with beautiful views of the bay.
The Mooring Restaurant
Moorings Cafe Bar & Restaurant
Run by Claire and Paul Garnish
Non-members are welcome walk up the stairs to the bar, cafe, restaurant, craft & gift shop and rooftop patio
Coffee Shop open from 9.30am for breakfast where you can also find home made cakes and Illy Coffee. Food is served daily, lunchtimes in our new coffeeshop
Evening meals are served in the newly refurbished Restaurant, where again you’ll find something for everyone using the finest of Pembrokeshire produce. They also have a pizza oven and do takeaways.
I highly recommend the coffee and Dale frog real ale. The homemade cakes are to die for. The pizza is great when you don't fancy cooking, great to eat around our Fire pit under the stars. The cheese board with bread and olives we share on the roof top with a glass of wine. Well worth a look at all the locally made crafts and jewelry.
The Boathouse café
With their infamous all day breakfast, their locally caught crab sandwich and of course Pembroke Promise ice-cream (must admit these are my favourites) and here you can also buy basic provisions and all sorts of gifts a real Aladdin's cave.
Be-Gemmed, a handmade jewellery shop
Run by Philip and Helen who are so welcoming and it is so interesting watching them work in the actual shop making Sterling Silver jewellery incorporating semi-precious stones, beads, crystal, shell and other natural materials.
The Old Stables Heritage Centre
Community-run with interesting displays and information of Dale village and surrounding areas -new and old - open most days entry free.
St James the Great church
Built in the Anglo Norman times, it is a very friendly congregation (see outside of church for service times)
West Wales Wind Surf & Sailing Shop
Offer you both water sports instruction, hiring of equipment, kayaks etc. and a shop. WWWS fully accredited RYA training centre with highly qualified and experienced instructors. There are a range of courses on offer to cater for all ages and abilities from beginners to experienced sailors. Teaching takes place in the mile wide bay at Dale.
Broadside boat charter
Is run by our friend Andy Truelove who provides fishing trips and chartered boats which are available off the pontoon - all equipment is provided and all levels are catered for: from the novice to the experienced sea fisherman. They provide sea angling: shark fishing, diving and wildlife pleasure trips ... a great day out.
A lovely shingle beach with some sand at the far end at Black Rock.
A busy pontoon with boats coming and going and children crabbing.
The beach is dog-friendly but they can only be let off their lead on the Yacht Club side of the pontoon.
There is a Lifeguard and safety boat on duty during the summer season.
It has been awarded European Blue Flag Status Beach.