Pretty soon we are off to Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire, West Wales to review a weekend break in one of their beautiful lodges.
Bluestone is not a typical holiday park. You won’t find dodgy cabaret or creaky caravans. The resort is spectacular, set in 500 acres of glorious Welsh countryside, it has a number of restaurants, a spa and a waterpark.. Then of course there is an enormous adventure centre for those days when the weather isn’t quite so great but this is no pokey soft play. It’s huge and includes a bouncy castle, mini golf, circus room, messy play, climbing frames and walls and more. Most importantly it has WIFI 😉
This will be our fourth visit to Bluestone although we haven’t stayed there since Chloe was born so it’s been over two years since our last break there. I’m really excited to go back and see what’s changed and enjoy it as a family of four. This time we are visiting as Bluestone Bloggers. That means we will be sharing all of the details of our stay there and lots of photos over the duration of our break.
We will be staying in a Dinas lodge:
The Dinas lodge has 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms and plenty of space. The extra rooms mean we can invite grandparents to stay with us. The huge dining table means we can enjoy long meals together or play board games/create art if it’s rainy and we fancy an afternoon in the lodge.
While we are there I will be celebrating my blogs third birthday so I’m thinking I should definitely be treating myself to a spa visit? On all of our other visits I’ve never managed to fit it in but I’m determined to this time! The salt inhalation room looks incredible:
Look out for tweets/photos and the review on the blog over the coming weeks…
Have you been away over the Easter break? Have you ever holidayed in Wales?