Dale is a small seaside village surrounded by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which attracts numerous visitors and walkers - expecially so in the summer months. The village is a popular location for family holidays,fishing, diving, sailing and windsufing and is a perfect base from which to enjoy trips out to the bird lovers' paradise of Skomer and Skokholm.
Dale has a shingle beach which holds the Blue Flag award and has some sand at low tide. During the summer months the pontoon becomes a very popular part of village life.
Historically, Dale can claim fame at the spot where Henry Tudor landed in 1485 en route to his defeat of Richard 111 at Bosworth Field.
The Coronation Hall was built originally in the year of the Queen's Coronation in 1953 by local men of the village. It has since had a major renovation and an extension with an extra room, known a the Jubilee Suite, which was completed in the year of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Main Hall is licensed for 160 standing or 120 seated people. It has a fully curtained stage with lighting and wheelchair access. The Jubilee Suite can accommodate approx 40 people and is suitable for meetings and smaller gatherings. Tables and chairs are available and there is electric heating and a hot water system .
A music licence has been applied for.
A brand new, fully fitted kitchen is equipped with a cooker, fridge, microwave and a large water boiler. It is also equipped with kettles, crockery and cutlery.
There is wheelchair access, with a drop-off point at the front of the Hall - the village car park is approx. 100 metres from the Hall.
The Coronation Hall is set right on the water's edge in the heart of the village of Dale, next to the village pub (www.griffinindale.co.uk) in a beautiful and tranquil setting.