New Children's Play Facilities To be Built In The Village
Facebook and Twitter users help come up with ideas for the latest attraction at Bluestone National Park Resort to open this Easter.
Here at Bluestone we listen intently to our guests and visitors as we’re always keen to know what they think, what they like and what they don’t like.
Last year we asked our Twitter and Facebook fans to tell us what they would like to see at Bluestone. And true to the “free range” spirit at Bluestone, we listened and as a result a new Treehouse adventure area is being built-in time for the Easter holidays, complete with walkways, towers, climbing area and much more close to the centre of the village, near the shops, pub and restaurants.
“We listened and we’re now in the process of building it in readiness for the Easter break,” said Yvonne Buckingham, Head of Marketing at Bluestone.
Bluestone believes everyone of all ages should be able to have “free range” adventures or relax within the 500 acres of countryside comprising the luxury short break destination within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
The Treehouse builds on the more than 100 all-weather activities we already have here at Bluestone, from the Steep Ravine with its zip wire, high ropes and Camp Smokey, to the Blue Lagoon water park, the indoor Adventure Centre with the Big Four, and the Tournament Field, introduced last year with its giant catapults and medieval challenges.
“The Trehouse idea is just one way our free range philosophy works. We ask the people who matter what they want and we do our best to deliver. We’ll be tasking them with more ideas and offers in 2013 as we see the power of social media develop even more at Bluestone,” added Yvonne.
Bluestone combines exhilaration with relaxation, offering families and couples the chance to choose the type of break they want. Enjoying everything from the heart-pumping activities, to the treatments and pampering at The Well Spa, relaxing environment within the luxury accommodation, or fine dining at its Carreg Las restaurant, as well as over 100 free range, all-year and all-weather activities.
As a father of three, my girls cannot believe how I managed to survive going on holiday in the late 80’s and early 90’s.
It’s that time of year again – another fantastic summer is slowly drawing to a close. The nights are drawing in and the prospect of autumn is looming. We’re all hoping for a long Indian summer with warm days that last into September so we can keep our coats firmly at the back of the wardrobe. Back to school nostalgia that will never leave your memory even in adulthood which is why we love this time of year.