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Dale Peninsular

One attraction of a holiday in Pembrokeshire is that no area is the same as any other. Located to the west of Milford Haven, the Dale Peninsular is completely different from the rest of Pembrokeshire.

The Dale Peninsular is accessed via long, narrow roads over rolling hills, the area includes the small villages of Dale, Marloes and St Brides.

The B4327 passes a couple of parking places where the inlet and the rolling farmland can be enjoyed.


Marloes

On the west side of the Dale Peninsular, Marloes is an unusual looking village, which features a Post Office, a restaurant, public toilets and an interesting clock tower

The clock tower at Marloes, Pembrokeshire
The tower has four clocks. When we took
this, they all said the same (wrong) time


The Clock House B&B and Bistro We haven't yet tried the Bistro in the Clock House Bed and Breakfast

Dale

In summer, the village of Dale appears mostly to consist of sailing boats. It has a shop and places to eat and drink. A pleasant embankment overlooking the bay is a good place for a picnic. There is ample parking at Dale behind the coast road.

Dale, Pembrokeshire
The village of Dale from above. In the foreground is a private castle. In the distance are
the refineries of Milford Haven

Dale seafront
Several seats enable visitors to admire the view in comfort
  Disabled parking at Dale, Pembrokeshire
There is a small amount of disabled parking right on the seafront

HOW TO GET THERE

Use the B4327 from Haverfordwest or follow the Dale signs from Milford Haven.


St Brides Haven beach

Dale beach

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