Last month we were lucky enough to get the chance to visit and review Bluestone Wales. I had been looking forward to it so much, as I really needed the break and the opportunity to relax and spend some quality time with the family was much needed. We had a lovely time, I would recommend it to other families and would happily go there again.
Bluestone is a national park resort in Pembrokeshire, South Wales which offers a free range family holiday experience. The resort is pretty large with a variety of types of accomodation and lots of activities available on site. The resort is car-free, so you park up at the beginning of the week and then use golf buggies to travel around (or you can also walk) which helps to keep the environment more peaceful with out the noise and pollution of cars, and of course means that children can be a little more free without you having to worry about them getting run over!
We stayed in a Skomer lodge which sleeps 6 people and we were all so impressed with the size and quality of the lodge. It was bigger than I expected and much larger than your average “sleeps 6” holiday accommodation. Having so much space really made our stay more relaxing too.
The lodge was bigger than our actual house, with 1 double and 2 twin bedrooms, 2 en-suites and a large bathroom, a large open plan kitchen, dining and living room and an extra lounge area upstairs which the kids loved. They all wake up so early on holiday as they are over excited so they would chill out in this area for a bit before we properly started our day. Everything was clean and in perfect condition for us when we arrived.
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We also have another review of Bluestone by Mam’s VIB which you can read by clicking here.