Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
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About Dale Fort
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:
single en suite
twin en suite
family room for 6 en suite
family room for 7 en suite
family room for 10 en suite
2 dormitory rooms with 12 beds and shared bathroom
St Cadoc sleeps 49 guests:
4 twin rooms en suite
family room for 5 en suite
12 triple rooms with shared bathrooms
St David sleeps 40 guests:
6 family rooms for 5 en suite
wheelchair accessible room for 6 with wet room
wheelchair accessible room for 4 with wet room.
There are 5 meeting rooms, including the library, with audio-visual facilities suitable for business meetings or conferences. For large numbers the library can seat 100.
The centre has a visitors' lounge, shop and bar. There is a common room with hot and cold drinks facilities, as well as a TV lounge, sitting area and games room with a pool table. There are also board games available.
There are several outdoor game areas including a field for football, rugby, rounders, etc. A lawn and decked area has been created for relaxation on the top of the headland for spectacular views across Pembrokeshire and the Milford Haven waterway.
There is a secure car park for 20 cars.
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