Keeping the 500-acre Bluestone site in good order is a major task, and at the last count, we’d planted over 168,000 trees, shrubs and plants. Meet the "Autumn Leaves".
With islands, beaches, mountains, meadows, waterways, woodlands and much more, wildlife in Pembrokeshire is spoilt for choice, as Rob Parry explains…
Pembrokeshire is steeped in history, and at Bluestone, the past lies within touching distance. Terry John, our guide, is author, historian & re-enactment enthusiast.
With islands, beaches, mountains, meadows, waterways, woodlands and many other habitats to choose from, wildlife in Pembrokeshire is spoilt for choice, as Rob Parry from the Wildlife Trust for South and West Wales explains…
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Short breaks, midweek breaks, weekend and week free range breaks - family
holidays in a unique national park resort
Set within Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Bluestone boasts
luxury accommodation in lodges, cottages and studios. The Bluestone
village features shops, restaurants, a pub, wine store and a superb
spa, while in the neighbouring valley are two of
Pembrokeshire’s premier leisure facilities: the Adventure
Centre and the Blue Lagoon water park.
There are activities and facilities to suit everyone, from
toddlers to adrenaline junkies to those in search of a fine dining
experience. If you’re looking for a UK holiday or short break
that offers five-star accommodation, first class facilities and a
wealth of activities, all in a stunning location then look no further.