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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! 

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Solva harbour slipway

Crabbing At Solva Harbour

By Kathryn Slade

A few miles from St David’s and 22 miles from Bluestone is the picturesque harbor village of Solva. With a beautiful High Street with cafes, craft shops and galleries it is a must visit in Pembrokeshire.
The Harbour Wall is a brilliant place to go crabbing. Never been before? Then here is how to do it!
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Gibbon family

Siamang Gibbons at Manor House Wildlife Park

By Kathryn Slade

Manor Park is home to three beautiful Siamang Gibbons, Steve, Lisa and their baby Bryn. Steve was rescued by Anna and Colin from life in a small cage and now enjoys life on his own island in as close to his natural environment as is possible in Pembrokeshire. Read More

Sailing at Dale

Sailing at Dale

By Kathryn Slade

Dale is a pretty village nestled in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The village is popular because of its safe beaches, which make it perfect for activities on the water! Sailing is very popular in Dale, it is great for beginners and the more seasoned sailors alike! Read More

Haven Sports Shop Front Broad Haven

Broad Haven For Kayaking and Paddle Boarding

By Kathryn Slade

Broad Haven is a village and seaside resort 16 miles away from Bluestone.
The large west-facing beach has been awarded a Blue Flag meaning it is family friendly and safe for swimmers. The beach is great place for kayaking and paddle boarding and is perfect for beginners!
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Pembrokeshire Coastline

Historical Shipwrecks and Treasure of Pembrokeshire

By Terry John

The coastline of Pembrokeshire is famous for its spectacular beauty and for the rich variety of its wildlife. Craggy headlands and rocky coves, as well as the offshore islands, provide sanctuaries for puffins, choughs, fulmars and cormorants, whilst it’s not unusual to spot seals and dolphins frisking through the waves below. And there is a fascination in watching the waves surge over the rocks to burst in gouts of white foam. Read More

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