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Bluestone National Park Resort
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Reviewed 2 March 2014

We went to Bluestone in the school holidays for the first time. It was clearly fully booked but still felt pleasantly quiet and peaceful. However with a 4 and a 2 year old we found that some of the play areas were full of much old children who weren't obeying the signs for the under 6 play areas. The outside play ground is lovely but with big kids running around our 2 year old got knocked over. The softplay at the adventure centre was also full of bigger kids. Also since we last went a year ago there's less in the adventure centre for little children. The bouncy castle and the little ride ons have gone. So there's only lego and the softplay for them inside. Personally I think that if Bluestone want to continue to appeal to pre-schoolers they'll need to put in a bit more stuff for them.

For the first time we went with some older children and they loved it all and I hadn't appreciated how much there is for them to do. They had a brilliant time and weren't put off by the bigger kids charging around.

Again, we had a good time but took our own food. We'll probably go again but not in the school holidays until our children are big enough to hold their own amongst larger kids.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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Thank personwales
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Reviewed 1 March 2014

We stayed at Knights Rest which was the furthest you could get from the Adventure center and Blue Lagoon. Hiring a buggy was a must with the locality of our lodge. The Blue Lagoon and Adventure Centre were excellent, but unfortunately the Blue Lagoon had to close for half of our stay , much to the disappointment of the children. Our accommodation was excellent. We had one problem (towel rail fused) and a member of staff was there shortly.Breakfast on our last visit was at the yard, but this time it was in the wild wood cafe. I did not enjoy it as much, the building was too dark and also had to ask for a lot of things even though we were there quite early.

Room Tip: Ask for a lodge close to the village if you dont want to walk a lot. We had a cottage last time and it was very central
  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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Thank Meryl E
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Reviewed 28 February 2014

We stayed in a Dinas lodge at Bluestone for a 4 night break. The lodge was very spacious, clean and well-equipped and the room arrangement really good with a family space and kitchen in the middle and the bedrooms and bathrooms at each end.

We didn't hire a buggy as felt the hire charge was very expensive but you can walk to the village and car park easily, the Blue Lagoon is a bike more of a hike! We mainly used the resort as a base but did use the pool (fun for older children, not so great for toddlers as very, very crowded and the pool is quite small) It would be great if there was an additional baby pool, away from the main pool to relax with your little one).

Food in the restaurant took a while to arrive but was very good when it did. Overall we had a great time and I would definitely recommend Bluestone for a fun family get away, just take your own pillow as the pillows are ridiculously hard!

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank demeter77
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Reviewed 28 February 2014

This is our second time here. We stayed in a Ramsey lodge which is detached and an upside down style. This had two spacious bedrooms both on suite and an open plan kitchen/diner /lounge. House was very well kept and warm. We stayed half board which included 2 spa credits and a treatment and 6 activity vouchers.
We enjoyed the half board option as the breakfast was at the Wild Woods indoor centre and we had a choice of locations for the evening meal. The breakfast was fairly basic but was similar to a budget hotel, but our daughter enjoyed it and was then happy to charge off into the indoor pay area. For the evening meal we went mainly to the 'Knight's Tavarn' in the village, we did try 'The Yard' but the food at the Italian evening was disappointing and not as good as on our last visit.
The pace of the resort is relaxed and it blends very well into the beautiful surrounding of Pembrokeshire. The resort can be used as a base for visiting the surrounding area, but the site has enough activities to keep most children occupied. The main plus point for us was the Blue Lagoon pool which our daughter enjoyed and which we went to every day and was free if you are staying at the resort. All of the activities other than the Wild Wood and Blue Lagoon you have to pay for which can make the stay expensive especially if you child is not keen on swimming.
The staff on the whole are polite and friendly and willing and able to assist.
We did not hire a buggy as we were only about a 10 -15 minute walk from most areas, with some parts of the site this might be more like 20-25 minutes for some activities like the Blue Lagoon. There is a Minibus but this only runs once an hour.
Issues to be aware of
i) A lot of the activities for older children/ adults are outdoor and there enjoyment can be weather dependant
ii) As the site is car free and you cannot get into your lodge until 4pm there is a long queue in the car park from about 3:30-4pm as everybody wants to unload at the same time. With a little thought this could be resolved.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank Philip K
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Reviewed 28 February 2014

We booked a stay at bluestone for a second time. But was disgusted we had to wait 30 mins for our lodge to be cleaned after the time we should of been allowed in. Only to find 40 plus flies in upstairs bedrooms and bathrooms. After complaining we ended up with excuses and nothing else done about it. Also to add be prepared to pay £5 per pint of larger and no pubs are near by.

  • Stayed: January 2014
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1  Thank barrybass1
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