Bluestone Media Centre

We think one of the best things about Bluestone is its honesty and integrity. We really do try to put our philosophy into action here to make great holidays for our guests without costing the earth. So we’re more than happy to talk to the press – we think you’ll love the place as much as we do.

If you’d like to ask us any questions about a piece for press or broadcast, please email us: pr@bluestonewales.com

We can also supply photographs and quotes, if you would find them useful. 

Mysterious Visitor Appears at Bluestone

Just as the long nights of autumn begin to descend and Halloween looms on the horizon, a mysterious presence has emerged at Bluestone. In the last few weeks, visitors to the Pembrokeshire resort have noticed an eerie face appear in the ancient slab of Preseli bluestone that overlooks the village. Read More

Bluestone Hosts Order of Malta Holiday Camp

Bluestone national park resort has just enjoyed the privilege of becoming the first venue in Britain to ever host the Order of Malta’s International Holiday Camp. Around 560 people from 20 countries took over the whole of Bluestone for the week-long event, which caters for people aged 18 to 35 with varying levels of disability. Read More

Iolo Wlliams Helps Build Bird Partnership

Television ‘Birdman’ Iolo Williams has helped get a new partnership between Bluestone and the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales off to a flying start. The Trust and Bluestone have worked together in the past, but the partnership marks the start of a new chapter in which the Trust will be undertaking a range of projects aimed at helping deepen Bluestone guests’ understanding of the natural environment. Read More

Bluestone Wins Prestigious Environmental Award

Bluestone National Park Resort’s commitment to environmental responsibility has been recognised with a prestigious national award. At the Business in the Community 2010 awards held in Cardiff this week, Bluestone CEO William McNamara was presented with the Wales Environment Award. Read More

Classic Buses Take Centre Stage

As curvaceous and stylish now as in their heyday, two well-preserved beauties from the sixties arrived at Bluestone last week. The delightful duo isn’t at Bluestone for a relaxing break though. They will soon be put to work, taking our guests on trips to Pembrokeshire’s many attractions, beauty spots and places of interest. Read More

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