The joy of Bluestone National Park Resort is that it's the sort of place you can do as much or as little as you feel like, whether you're aged 70 or seven. Oh, and you happen to be beautifully placed in in one of the most spectacular spots in the UK, too...
Nestled in a secluded location in the heart of Pembrokeshire, this haven comes as a genuine delight after the road journey. Children will feel a real sense of freedom from the moment they arrive, while grown-ups looking for a gentle wind-down over a short stay are well served on site with a pub as well as a spa at the centre of the village which offers a range of pampering treatments.
What's to love?
Apart from being a great chill-out space and base for local touring, Bluestone National Park Resort is clearly designed to gently convince visitors that there is little reason to stray too far too often, whether you're on a week-long holiday or short mini-break. And here lies its success.
Things to do...
The list is endless. A main attraction of the resort is the huge range of activities available in a valley a short stroll form the village, as well as the Blue Lagoon.
Places to see...
The beaches of Tenby, Saundersfoot, and St Bride's Bay that stretches from the bird sanctuary of Skomer Island up to St David's – the ancient ecclesiastical capital of Wales.
If you do one thing while you're here...
Visit Skomer Island bird sanctuary - a delightful trip which can be arranged with advice by Bluestone staff.
A wonderful retreat, perfect for spending quality family time and recharging the batteries. Just like the puffins of Skomer Island, there's every chance you'll be back for more. Visit Bluestone Wales to book.
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