Staying Safe and Secure in Pembrokeshire
We know our guests love exploring beautiful Pembrokeshire, and to make sure this is done safely, we've put together some advice about restrictions and measures in place in our corner of the world.
Bluestone is closed temporarily until 12th February 2021 and as Welsh Government restrictions are updated with only weeks - and sometimes - days notice, we currently cannot confirm all restrictions that will be in place when we reopen. However, please find restrictions currently in place that may help you plan your break.
Explore and Enjoy, Safely
We recommend all our guests to get out and explore the beauty and wonder of Pembrokeshire and its National Park, but it’s important to be mindful that to respect the need to stay safe and adhere to restrictions while enjoying our beautiful corner of West Wales this summer. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe during your visit.
When you leave the resort and travel around Pembrokeshire we would be grateful if you could follow the advice issues by Pembrokeshire County Council. This has been created specifically for anyone visiting the area this summer and helps keep everyone safe.
The National Park
The National Park Authority has been working hard to keep areas as accessible as possible, so we can all, safely, enjoy the beauty of Pembrokeshire. For more information about what this entails and for the latest guidance about what is open during your stay, please visit their website.
Wales: Restriction Differences
Restrictions and measures in Wales may differ from other parts of the UK and Ireland and it is important to familiarise yourself with them before your visit.
If you’re travelling from England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland we strongly advise you to check measures and restrictions put in place by the Welsh Government before you arrive, to avoid any issues during your trip.
For the most up-to-date advice, visit their website below.
It’s Good to Have You Back
We are so happy to see familiar faces return and meet new faces visiting for the first time, but there is understandably a certain amount of anxiety in the local community as we welcome visitors back to the area; therefore we ask you to treat Pembrokeshire as you would your own home - adhere to safety measures and social distancing practices and be mindful and courteous when visiting shops, restaurants, attractions, and other amenities.
There are so many wonderful places to visit in Pembrokeshire, and we know you'll be excited to explore them during your stay, why not start planning now?