Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
When you come to Bluestone you’ll find a 5 star short break destination like no other, located in the world-class landscape of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Spectacular geology, coastline and marine wildlife were key reasons for the Pembrokeshire Coast being designated as a National Park in 1952. It’s the only truly coastal National Park in the UK.
The National Park boasts some of the most magnificent scenery and diverse wildlife in Britain as well as internationally important islands, nature reserves and archaeology.
There’s something for everyone, whether you’re looking for some ‘time out’ to relax or you’re keen to make the most of getting out and getting active. It’s like a vast playground right on your lodges doorstep.
The National Park’s dramatically rugged coastline may seem inaccessible in places. However there are many easy access routes designed to open up this fantastic landscape to everyone.
There are now 70 wheelchair and easy access routes (over 31 miles/50km) mainly on and around the Coast Path. Choose one of these walks using the National Park Authority’s online search facility.
The Walks for All guide contains 16 walks, of varying length and difficulty, that have no stiles or steps. The walks are ideal for families with young children or pushchairs, less able bodied people, and anyone that just wants a leisurely stroll. You’ll also find information about accessible beaches and viewpoints, as well as a list of relevant publications and organisations.
From Bluestone’s central location you’re well placed to explore and enjoy!