10m x 5m - Grass terrace pitch suitable for TENTS ONLY (max 8 berth). No vehicles on pitch or grass - parked in parking area.
The Owner Says
Positioned in the middle of our grass terrace, running along the bottom of the site, adjacent to the single track road which is the Pembrokeshire Coast Path taking you back into Dale or out towards St Anne's Head. Measures about 10m x 5m. 6m spacing between pitches. Edged with boundary hedgerow on one 10m side, nearest the road. Open edges on both 5m ends with grass slope from the second 10m edge, sloping up towards the middle of the site. Suitable for TENTS ONLY, maximum 8 berth (ideal for tunnel tents, tipi or bell tent style - not multi pod tents). The main facilities a short walk away, across the grass. This pitch has views up the site and down to the adjacent woodland, with glimpses through the trees to Dale bay. **NO vehicles on the grass or pitch**Read More
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The location makes off-site activities a bit of a no brainer! The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs directly alongside the campsite, with a number of circular walks taking in the local beaches – Dale, Watwick, Marloes – and the site is a mere 450 meters walking distance from picturesque Dale village. On the waterfront, West Wales Watersports (01646 636642) offer tuition and hire of sailing dinghies, windsurfs and stand-up paddle boards. Or, take a short drive to Martins Haven where you can take the ferry out to Skomer Island (01646 603123) and marine nature reserve (15 minutes). Dale Fort Field Studies Centre (01646 636205) run short wildlife courses for all the family (1 mile) and there are local charter boat fishing trips for any budding anglers.
Food & Drink
You don't need to look far. The Griffin Inn (01646 636227) is 400 meters away – an award winning pub offering fresh seafood and an excellently cosy, family-friendly atmosphere. In the summer, there's a terrace outside too. You can also head down to the Dale Yacht Club's restaurant, Coco's Brasserie (01646 636362), which is open to non-members for lunch and dinner (check their seasonal opening times depending on when you're there). The Boathouse Café (01646 636929) in Dale offers simple food at breakfast and lunch times (again, seasonal opening hours) and also has a small shop selling basic supplies. Slightly further away at Marloes Sands is the wonderful Runwayskiln (01646 636545) - National Trust leased cafe (less seasonal hours but good to check opening times)
Like nippers on Christmas Day, you need to be prepared for a very early start to enjoy the gift that is Point Farm Campsite. Book early enough, though, and you can bag a pitch at this teeny, tiny campsite and beat the Pembrokeshire crowds.
This is a small campsite with just 8 pitches and was for us generally quiet and peaceful. Despite the website saying the campsite overlooks Dale Bay there are no bay views from the campsite. I think the views are from the owners own house higher up the hill. There is a great little hut with fridge, freezer, electric socket for charging phones etc and a kettle - fantastic when you are desperate for a cuppa and just can’t wait for the camping stove. If you want to kick a ball around or play rounders / cricket you will be disappointed as the site is on quite a slope (apart from the actual pitches). The website pictures don’t quite show this. The showers are great and lovely and plenty of hot water but the washing up sinks needed plunging to drain properly but the owners had kindly provided a plunger. Also bring a stand alone washing line as there wasn’t really anywhere to hang wetsuits etc.
We stayed in the shepperd's hut and had an amazing time! The beds were very, very comfortable and we really liked our campfires in the special bbq! The kitchen is very well equipped! The only thought we had that de big open "door" in the kitchen may cause some trouble during heavy rain... But we were very lucky with the weather and didn't had any problem!
Fab little site with superb facilities ie shower, washing up and some very stunning walks. Stock up before you arrive with supplies as no shops but that’s part of the attraction of this site. Great local pub The Griffin however I was surprised to find dogs not allowed inside - I would definitely come again and highly recommend this site!
This is a beautiful, small campsite in a secluded situation but close to the (limited) facilities of Dale. I couldn’t fault the owners or the cleanliness of the facilities. My one reservation is that the washing up and bathroom facilities are too limited for the capacity of the site. On our final, Friday, night there were 4 largish tents and 2 camper vans and the 2 toilets and showers were at capacity!! During the previous nights when there were only 2 tents and one campervan, things were absolutely fine.
A great site, facilities are excellent, a lot better than many hotels I have stayed in. The hosts are lovely and very friendly and helpful whilst being respectful of your space. Second time we’ve stayed here and we will be back again
From Haverfordwest, follow the B4327 to Dale. On entering Dale follow the road along the seafront. Turn left around the front of The Griffin Inn and continue past the pub straight on towards Field Studies Centre. Keep the sea on your left and continue past Dale Yacht Club on your right to follow a road behind some cottages to the left. Point Farm is about 350m further up on the right. The site entrance is immediately left after you have turned onto the drive way.
A local bus service runs daily to Dale village (seasonal timetables) and the nearest trains are in Haverfordwest or Milford Haven.