Welcome to the Bluestone Blog. Here we give you a little insight into who we are, what’s new with us, what it’s like to work at a holiday village, what’s happening on the resort, what we’re loving at the moment and much, much more. We’re open all year round, whatever the weather, so there’s always something fun and exciting going on at Bluestone – and we’re sure to be behind the scenes blogging about it!
When William McNamara acquired the land on which Bluestone National Park Resort is built, it included the deeds to the remains of a 12th century stone building, Newton North Church.
Today is the only Friday the 13th to occur in the year 2014 – but what is it about the number 13 that makes people superstitious?
Saint Govan was a hermit who lived in the area. The chapel named after him was built in the fissure in the 14th century on what is now known as St Govan's Head. Approx 40 minutes from Bluestone National Park Resort.
There’s nothing better than walking around Bluestone on a crisp, winter’s day. And we’ve had a few of those this past week, making it very festive. In the meantime, we asked our resident historian, Terry John, to put finger to keyboard for a festive blog post
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