Bluestone Launches Platinum Lodges
- 80 new lodges set to open from 26th May at Bluestone National Park Resort as part of a £24 million development of the resort.
- Platinum lodges are the most luxurious offering yet, featuring sunrooms, picturesque surroundings, a private entrance and ‘cwtch’ rooms and 20% more space.
- Bluestone is set in the beautiful natural surroundings of Pembrokeshire, with beaches and cliff-walks easily reached.
- With high ceilings, simple yet stylish décor, and peaceful surroundings, the platinum lodges elevate domestic holidays into new levels of comfort and luxury living.
The luxury holiday resort sits in 500 acres of National Park in the scenic countryside of Pembrokeshire.
The resort already has over 300 lodges and a diverse array of activities within the resort, as well as the natural surrounding beauty of Pembrokeshire’s beaches, cliffs and harbours.
From kayaking across Bluestone’s lake, cycling through its stunning trails on mountain bikes, and then recharging in the resort’s very own spa, there really is something for everyone to enjoy.
The three types of platinum lodges have been created to suit all needs, and each one is supplied with complimentary electric buggies, so guests can travel swiftly around the resort in style and with ease.
Additional features include sunrooms, designated outdoor areas, picturesque surroundings, and ‘cwtch’ rooms for encouraging quality time together.
Around 250 jobs have been sustained during the construction phase of the platinum lodges and a further 100 operational jobs will be created now they are open to guests. These figures add to the 800 people that Bluestone currently employs.
Bluestone’s Director of Sustainability, Marten Lewis, said: “Our 'Free Range Future' movement is at the heart of everything we do to ensure all our investments and initiatives benefit the local community and environment.
“It was key for us to channel this ethos through our latest investments, which have demonstrated our commitment to furthering our green credentials and making sure our environmental footsteps are as light as possible.
“Sustainable building practices have formed a huge part of construction of these projects, such as the platinum lodges which have been built upon the principles of biophilic design to bring elements of the natural world into the modern designs.
“Guests are now set to benefit from these major milestones that have come to life, with the platinum lodges and highly anticipated Black Pool Mill restaurant now open for people to enjoy.”
The first platinum lodges opened to the public today, 26th May 2023, and bookings can be made via Bluestone.