17 reasons to visit Bluestone this Summer

By Kathryn Slade Bluestone View

From the Blue Lagoon Water Park to our luxury spa, take a look at 17 reasons to visit Bluestone this summer!

1. Blue lagoon

During your stay you can make the most of the resort’s Blue Lagoon Water Park with complimentary access! With guest exclusive swim times between 9am and 12 noon, fun flumes and a wave machine, there’s always time to dive into fun.

Blue Lagoon waterpark interior 

2. Indoor Adventure Centre

The Indoor Adventure Centre is the home of Free Range Fun at Bluestone, whatever the weather there is always something going on here. Try out the indoor high ropes session, give rock climbing ago, or let the little ones discover the complimentary soft play room.

There’s so much to do! When you’ve finished exploring why not stop for a spot of mini golf or head to the Wild Wood Cafe to refuel.

3. The Well Spa

Recently named Wales' Spa of the Year, The Well Spa is the perfect place to retreat during your Bluestone break. With treatment menus inspired by the Pembrokeshire coast and specialist treatments for teens, there is something for everyone at the Well Spa.

If you can’t decide on a treatment call in and speak to one of the highly trained therapists, they can suggest the perfect ESPA treatment, and can personalise them to suit your individual needs.


4. Camp Smokey

Nestled in ancient woodland is Camp Smokey! Take a walk along the nature trail and discover this hive of activity, climb trees, zip through the canopy or go on a bug hunt. There’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained.

If you’re looking for a way to spend the summer evening’s then be sure to book on to the famous Smokey Joe’s shindig for delicious food and live entertainment!

5. Nature trails

Enjoy being out in the fresh air and take the time to get back to nature on your Bluestone break. Take a wander along our Nature Trail which meanders through the beautiful ancient forest and alongside the babbling brooks and river. It’s perfect for wildlife enthusiasts so pop along and see what you can spot on your walk!

6. Kids play areas

The Bluestone Village is perfect for families especially with its expanded play area! Ty Coffi is close by for an ice cream or you can refuel at the Knights Tafarn.

Bluestone Village Play Area Slide 

7. Green Man Parade

There will be lots of festive fun for the whole family to enjoy during the summer, from themed activities, to our magical pop up event’s you can fill your break with Free Range Fun.

Head to the Adventure Centre on your final evening for the start of Green Man Parade, led by festival drummers, you’ll wind down the hill and arrive in the village in style. Then enjoy the evening’s entertainment, with a live band, games and activities for the children and lots more!

8. Water Sports

Pembrokeshire is famous worldwide for its water sports culture. The residents know how to make the most of the county’s beautiful beaches and stunning coastline.

Our lake activities let you give these popular Pembrokeshire pastimes a go in the safety of our resort. During your stay you can try out a Coracle or a Kayak, or get competitive and take on the Family Raft Wars challenge!

9. Barafundle beach

A beautiful sandy beach, nearby Barafundle Bay is worth a visit during your Bluestone break. Take a walk over the coast path from Stackpole and down to the golden sands!


10. Freshwater West

A favourite of surfers and film directors alike, Freshwater West is a beautiful beach just 30 minutes from Bluestone. It was the location for Shell Cottage in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and provided stunning backdrops for Ridley Scott’s adaptation of Robin Hood.

11. Tenby

Situated less than half an hours’ drive away from Bluestone is the quaint seaside town of Tenby. With its stunning sandy beaches, crystal-clear water and pastel-coloured buildings, you will struggle to find a more picturesque location to spend your day building sandcastles and soaking up the relaxed culture during your stay in Pembrokeshire.

Tenby Harbour 

12. St David’s Cathedral

Pembrokeshire is home to the UK’s smallest city and the final resting place of St David, the Welsh Patron Saint. Take a walk around this unique city and discover the beautiful Cathedral. Around 2 miles away from the city is Whitesand’s Bay, which is regularly voted as one of the best beaches in the world! Its well worth a visit after you’ve discovered the beauty of St David’s.

St Davids Cathedral Pembrokeshire 

13. Luxury lodges

Stay in luxury during your Bluestone break. With lodges that sleep up to 14 there is room for the whole family! They are beautifully decorated with local art, expansive kitchens and bathrooms, and large, soft beds made with crisp cotton. TV’s, DVD players, WIFI, fresh linen and towels, fridge freezer facilities and a well equipped kitchen as standard!

Management Buy Out

14. Boat trips to see whales and dolphins

The Pembrokeshire coast is a haven for wildlife. There are a number of boat trips that operate in the area to the beautiful islands. From Whales and Dolphins, to Puffins and Seals you never know what you’ll see on the way!

15. Zip wires

For any vacationing adrenaline junkies, Bluestone’s “Sky Wires” is an activity that is not to be missed! Wave to your fellow-guests from the dizzying heights of our highest zip line and take in the stunning views as you travel at some serious speed through our beautiful national park!

High ropes 

16. Golf buggies

Hire a buggy for your stay and ride around the resort in style during your break! They are all individually named so see how many you can spot on your journeys around the resort.

17. Nature on your doorstep

Bluestone is a paradise for nature as well as guests!  There are friendly Robins that help our front of house staff, rabbits that hop around the play area and squirrels that pop by the patio to say hello. There are even specially designed bug hotels around the resort!

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Summer 2017 at Bluestone

Discover all the exciting activities we have in store for you this summer at Bluestone.