Biodiversity: Variety and Variability

Bluestone's 500-acre resort is incredibly rich in terms of biodiversity and we like to think of it as a nature reserve with lodges. As part of the wider Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, our corner of Wales is home to a diverse range of species of flora and fauna, and we work hard to protect them and help them thrive.


The Bluestone Site


Bluestone National Park Resort covers 500 acres (200 hectares) of Pembrokeshire countryside, comprising 213 acres (86 hectares) of woodland and landscaped areas including a lake. This landscape provides the setting for 344 lodges, a village centre with shops, restaurants, and spa, the Blue Lagoon water park, Serendome, Newton Farmhouse as well as outdoor activity centres with associated roads, car parks, staff buildings, and the Blackpool Mill complex.




The resort slopes down to the Cleddau Estuary (Eastern Cleddau) and Milford Haven Marine Sites of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation. To the east just beyond our wood is Minwear wood Site of Special Scientific Interest. A short distance further is the Slebech stable yard, part of the Pembrokeshire Bat Special Area of Conservation.


Biodiversity Action Plan 2020 - 30

Our aim over the next 10 years is to enhance Bluestone’s biodiversity, maximise the potential of our habitats, and land management to support the Pembrokeshire Local Biodiversity Action Plan and the Pembrokeshire Nature Recovery Plan. 

Find out more about our aims, and how they fit into a national and local setting.



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Building a green future
Sustainable Development
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To secure a sustainable and fair future