Bluestone expands its accessibility offering with newly launched adapted Platinum Lodges

Bluestone National Park Resort has launched four adapted lodges as part of its brand new
Platinum range.

The luxury holiday resort, named third best value in the UK for 2023 by Which? magazine for
a second year running, sits across 500 acres of scenic countryside in the heart of the
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The Platinum lodges are the most luxurious offering at Bluestone yet, featuring sunrooms,
picturesque surroundings, a private entrance, ‘cwtch’ rooms, and 20% more space than its
other lodges.

They have been specially designed to assist those with additional needs, including being
arranged over a single floor with two bedrooms, a wet-room and an open-plan lounge,
kitchen and dining area, as well as an outdoor patio.

Accessible features include wider doorways, a shower seat and handrails, emergency pull
cords and a designated parking space for Blue Badge holders.

The new Platinum lodges add to Bluestone’s existing accessible accommodation offering,
with six Caldey lodges having already been adapted for disabled guests.

With over 100 activities to choose from on the resort, many can be adapted for those with
additional needs and the Bluestone team are always on hand to advise on the most suitable
activities ahead of your stay.

The Blue Lagoon subtropical water park has designated disabled changing rooms, four aqua
chairs and a hoist which can be requested at reception.

Many of the resort’s nature trails have been carefully designed to ensure there are wide
pathways, limited steps, and, where needed, disabled access.

The Serendome, an undercover, all-weather outdoor playground, features an amphitheatre
that is wheelchair accessible and multi-level, aerial adventure course which can be used by
wheelchair users, with carers able to walk alongside and offer encouragement.

The Bluestone team are also able to make arrangements for guests with additional needs –
such as those with sensory issues - to have exclusive access to facilities such as the Blue
Lagoon, Serendome or its indoor play area, The Hive, outside of standard operating hours.

Rebecca Rigby, Director of Operations, said: “Our Free Range Manifesto embodies our
commitment to creating a place where children of all ages and abilities can explore nature in
beautiful surroundings.

“We’re extremely dedicated to making our resort and holidays accessible to everyone; from
tailoring the lighting in our indoor play area to suit those with sensory needs, to opening our
facilities outside of standard operating hours for guests who would benefit from quieter

“We believe that everyone who visits Bluestone deserves an unforgettable experience,
which is why we would encourage guests to contact the team in advance to discuss any
specific requirements they may have so we can ensure these are met during their stay.”
Bookings to the adapted Platinum lodges can be made via Bluestone’s website: