About Dale Fort
Dale Fort is located in the sunniest place in Wales and averages in excess of 1100 hours of sunshine a year! It is ideally located for accessing the Wales Coast Path, local beaches, Pembrokeshire’s Coastal Islands with their renowned resident sea bird populations, including puffins, guillemots and razorbills. Dale Roads is a sheltered bay allowing year round access to water-sports. Adventurous Activities can be arranged with our local partners. Wales Coast Path 200m, walking distance to 4 beaches, Marloes Sands 4 miles, Skomer Island Embarkation 6 miles, Pembroke Castle 21 miles, St David’s 24 miles, Oakwood Theme Park 24 miles, Folly Farm Park & Zoo 30 miles.
Dale Fort is set in a spectacular location high on the cliffs within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, giving superb views over the sea. It is a great location to bring groups, families or businesses together and is rated 3* by Visit Wales for Group Accommodation. Dale Fort has a Solar P.V. installation producing sustainable electricity.
Dale Fort has flexible accommodation; rooms can be booked individually as can the 3 accommodation blocks, for larger groups they can be combined to meet your needs:
£30 - £45 B&B per person per night
£3180 - £11760 per unit per week
£17 - £26 per person per night
Open all year.
Arrival from 14.00.
Checkout by 09.30.
- Advanced booking in peak time
- Beach within 400 yrds of park
- Bed linen free of charge
- Broadband Connection available
- Central heating
- Credit Debit card accepted
- Disabled access statement available
- Evening meal arrangement
- Games room on park
- Ground floor rooms
- Group bookings
- Liquor licence/licensed club or bar on park
- Maid service available
- Prepared dishes available
- Private Parking
- Short Breaks available
- Showers on park
- Special Christmas and New Year packages
- Tea coffee facilities in rooms
- Totally non smoking
- Vegetarian diets
- Wifi Internet Access
Dale Fort is isolated at the end of a single track road with passing places.
Public transport is limited. The village is serviced by route 315 from Milford Haven (11 miles) & Haverfordwest (14 miles). The bus service is wheelchair accessible. The bus stop is in the village, 0.9miles from the centre.
Parking is available on site. There is a pick-up/drop-off facility within the Fort.
Entrances to disabled facilities are easily capable of wheelchair access. There is ground floor access to accommodation.
A wheelchair accessible lift services 3 floors.
There are 2 bedrooms designed specifically to meet disabled needs. These rooms are spacious and have wet room facilities.
The library/disabled dining area is accessed via a ramp, as is the bar. The are two work rooms and a laboratory room accessible via the lift. There is a ground floor kitchenette and sitting room with disabled access.
Panoramic sea views are accessible at the Point.
Information on local hospitals and Doctors’ surgeries are available.
Mobile phone reception is very good across all networks.
Grid reference SM 822 052
Postcode SA62 3RD
From the M4 (Junction 49) follow the A48 to Carmarthen and then the A40 to Haverfordwest. From Haverfordwest take the B4327 to Dale. Follow the road into the village of Dale. Take the left hand fork in the road following the waterfront. Just after the Griffin Inn there is a turning to the left sign-posted ‘Field Studies Centre.’ The Centre is located at the end of the lane. Please be careful on the lane, it is very narrow with only a few passing places.
The nearest railway station to the Centre is Milford Haven. Catch the 315 service to Dale.
The nearest bus coach station is Haverfordwest. National Express service this depot. Catch the 315 service to Dale.