Richmond House Dale
An introduction to Richmond House Dale
Richmond House is an ideal base to tour Pembrokeshire. Take a boat trip and join a dolphin watch or take the Dale Princess over to Skomer and walk the paths of the Island. Watch the sunset go down over the bay whilst drinking a glass of wine on the infamous Griffin wall or on the Yacht Club sun terrace.
- 4 Bedrooms
- 4 Star
- Breakfast Available
- Family Friendly
- Multiple Bathrooms
- Nearby Pub
- Scenic Location
- Sea Views
Richmond House Dale main features
Richmond House is an ideal base to tour Pembrokeshire. Call Cilla on 07974 925009 to book your holiday and for more information.
FIRST OFFICER'S CABIN
This is a ground floor bedroom suitable for all ability access. It has a shower suitable for those with disabilities and can either be a twin or double room.
A twin or double room on the second floor with en-suite facilities overlooking the bay. The en-suite has a bath with shower facilities.
A delightful double bedroom overlooking the village. En-suite shower room.
BUNKHOUSE - CROWS NEST
This room is ideal for families or groups wishing to enjoy the facilities that Dale has to offer. It is on the third floor of the house and can sleep 8 people. It has private toilet facilities and two shower rooms are situated on the ground floor for the use of the guests in the bunk house.
Single beds in the roof space of the Bunk house
It is easy to book your accommodation at Richmond House.
All prices are per person per night and include cooked / continental breakfast.
£45 per night (1 night) £40 per night (2 or more nights).
Just give Cilla a call on 07974 925009 where she will be happy to talk you through your stay in Dale.
Let us know if you would like any specific information, can we help you plan your stay in more detail. What activities, attractions, restaurants etc are open when you plan to visit the area?
Can we help book tickets for the Dale Sea Safari or the Dale Princess for you?
Not sure on what to do when you get here? Cilla is only a phone call away and would be glad to help make your stay in Pembrokeshire hassle free.
Take a boat trip and join a dolphin watch or take the Dale Princess over to Skomer and walk the paths of the Island. Watch the sunset go down over the bay whilst drinking a glass of wine on the infamous Griffin wall or on the Yacht Club sun terrace.
Enjoy a meal in the Dale Boathouse and watch the activities out in the bay or maybe join in on a sailing or windsurfing lesson, or just relax over a coffee.
Richmond House is Wales Tourist Board and AA acredited.
The Coast of Pembrokeshire has been a National Park since 1952.
Pembrokeshire is the perfect place to relax, explore and join in the great outdoors. There are over 50 beaches which are all superb and are just as inviting in the Spring, Autumn and Winter as well as the Summer. Whatever time of the year you visit Pembrokeshire, one thing is certain, you will always experience a warm welcome.
The South, West and North coasts offer plenty of clean, sheltered water to enjoy water sports of all kinds. There are in excess of 400 wrecks to explore and dive on. Pembrokeshire also has an abundance of Marine Nature reserves including Skomer and Skokholm, care must be taken at all times not to damage or have any impact on the environment whist exploring this amazing coastline.
Watersports equipment and clothing is readily available in the many surf shops around the county. Why not try your hand at many of the sports on offer?? Taster sessions can be arranged at West Wales Wind Surf and Sailing. Lessons or hire is available from March to October, novice or expert, you will find all you need to enable you to enjoy the mile wide safe bay at Dale.
There are lots of walks for both the walking enthusiast and the amateur. The more gentle walks of the coastal path such as Stackpole Quay to Barafundle and Saundersfoot to Wisemans Bridge are a less taxing way to enjoy the National Park and the wildlife. For the more challenging walk there is Amroth to Tenby.
Check out the local bus service or contact Cambrian Routes to customise your walk. Cambrian Routes can collect you from any point along your walk and return you to Richmond House.
Milford Haven is a short drive from Dale. Explore the Mueseum or just relax in Martha's Vineyard and watch the hussle and bussle of Marina life.
There is a Farmer's Market in Haverfordwest every 2nd and 4th Friday of every month selling local produce and one in Fishguard every 1st and 3rd Saturday. Visit the picturesque seaside town of Tenby and its' daily indoor market.
Oakwood, Heatherton, Folly Farm and Clerkenhill Farm are all within an hour's drive of Richmond House.
Things to do
West Wales Wind Surf and Sailing one of the UK's premier watersports centre's is based in Dale. The centre is RYA, BCU, BSA and AALA accredited.
Courses are available for both experts and novices. Tuition is offered in Sailing, Windsurfing, Surfing, Kayaking and Powerboating with hire facilities for Sailing, Windsurfing, Surfing and Kayaking.
There is a waterside cafe within the Centre which is wetsuit friendly and offers traditional food and basic groceries and is open March to September 9.00am to 5.00pm 7 days a week. The Griffin Inn serves evening meals and traditional Ales.
Dale Sea Safari and the Dale Princess offer trips to the islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm and are run from both Dale and the nearby village of Marloes.
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