Guided History Walk
Take a step back in time and discover Bluestone’s rich history with resident historian, Simon Hancock. Bluestone’s piece of the Pembrokeshire National Park is steeped in history and within the boundaries of the resort, you can discover the secrets behind the ruined 12th century Newton Church and venture deep into the woodland where you’ll learn about the ruined medieval manor, Castell Coch.
As you explore the resort, your guide will regale you with tales of local folklore and fascinating true stories about the area’s exciting past. Meeting in the Bluestone Village, it's a great introduction to our fascinating local history, the guided walk is free to all guests.
The History Walk starts at the village Booking Office every Saturday and Wednesday at 10:30am
The COVID-19 situation is constantly evolving, and as we reopen activities our approach will be as flexible as possible to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff. As a result, this activity has been reimagined and changed to fit within our new enhanced health and safety measures, without compromising on the Free Range fun!
- Protective Measures: toilets nearby for hand washing pre-session and advised at completion
- Physical Distancing: Session numbers reduced to 30. Guests asked to stay in family bubbles. Social distancing maintained during the walk around the resort.
- Limited-Contact Enhancements: instructor led session with verbal communication from a distance
- Enhanced Communication with Staff: all team members have been given new enhanced training to listen to any concerns you may have, we will take immediate action to place you at ease during the session. Face mask, visor, apron and gloves may be used for instructor if required.
Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the terrain and weather. The walk covers areas of the resort and woodland.