Bluestone comprises 178 stylish, comfortable lodges set around a newly-built but traditionally-designed village featuring shops, a pub, wine bar, restaurants and a superb holistic spa, The Well.
All accommodation, and the village, lies within the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. In April 2009, Bluestone was awarded ‘five-star’ status by Visit Wales.
Visitors to Bluestone can make a splash at the Blue Lagoon water park, explore the Adventure Centre, choose from a wealth of outdoor activities, or enjoy the simple pleasure of a stroll through the ancient woodland.
The accommodation at Bluestone is different and superior to any UK holiday village offering to date.
Great care and attention has been given to the detail of the accommodation to maximise comfort and enjoyment for staying guests and to offer something different. Our accommodation is a mixture of timber lodges, studios and cottages. All have been designed and equipped to five-star self-catering standard, and many have stunning views of the Preseli Mountains.
Our flagship lodges are the Skomers, which are detached with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The kitchen is well-appointed, with a mezzanine floor and balcony directly above. There is also a children’s den - or ‘cwtch’ - and an outside deck area.
The Ramseys are two-bedroom, detached lodges. Embracing the ‘upside-down living concept,’ they have two bedrooms on the ground floor, one with an en suite bathroom, the other with an en suite wet room. Both the well-appointed, studio-style kitchen and the spacious lounge enjoy the various Bluestone views, as both are situated on the first floor.
The single-storey Caldey lodges are semi-detached, with two bedrooms, a wet room and a large open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining area.
The Dinas lodges are also single-storey. With four bedrooms and two wetrooms, they are immensely spacious, and perfect for larger families or groups - as indeed are the Grassholm lodges, which have four bedrooms (one a bunk room) and three bathrooms
Available with one or two bedrooms, the cottages are terraced and situated within the village. They have their own unique character and offer guests a totally different staying experience to the more secluded, detached lodges.
Designed for couples or singles, the studios are situated in the village, primarily at first floor level, and comprise a main bedroom with en-suite facilities.
Bluestone has no fewer than seven places to eat, so there’s somewhere perfect for all tastes and appetites.
Carreg Las is our finest restaurant. Here we aim to provide an exceptional dining experience, using the best seasonal local produce like organic Pembrokeshire beef and lamb, local rare breed pork and locally landed sea bream, complemented with a fine wine or two.
The Yard is home to The Granary and The Smithy, two restaurants with tailored menus and specialities. The Granary specialises in pizzas, and it also does a fine line in pasta, while at The Smithy, steaks, chicken, kebabs and much more, are cooked to sizzling perfection right before your eyes.
The Tafarn is great for hearty pub fare. The Adventure Centre café is ideal for recharging your batteries after a hard morning’s exploring. The Olive Tree adds ‘taste’ to the list of senses seduced at The Well, and if you fancy a bite to eat after a dip, the Blue Lagoon café is just the ticket.
There’s a wealth of things to do at Bluestone, includes activities for younger children, for older children, and for families. For example, younger children will love venturing off the beaten track in a convoy of mini 4x4 vehicles; the high ropes course at Steep Ravine will thrill and challenge older children, and the Woodland Warriors laser combat experience will provide the ideal opportunity for the family to blast each other to virtual smithereens!
Steep Ravine (High Ropes, Base Camp, Camp Smokey, Woodland Warriors, Archery, Laser Clays)
Adventure Centre (mini-golf, soft play, bouncy castle, large play area, NRG Zone, Techniquest, Lego room, Sky Trail, climbing wall, giant tipi, games zone)
Under 5s club
Terry John’s history walks
Blue Lagoon (including café)
Bike and buggy hire
The Well Spa (including The Olive Tree restaurant)
Dargavels wine store
Village Green play area
For further details see http://www.bluestonewales.com
see location on Google maps.
Map reference: SN 068135 Lat: 51.78703 Long: -4.80185
From the North: follow the A487 to Cardigan and then take the A478 for approximately 20 miles, signposted Tenby to Penblewin roundabout.
From the East: follow the M4 West to Junction 49. Take the A48 to Carmarthen, and then follow the main A40 trunk road towards Haverfordwest, passing St Clears, to Penblewin roundabout.
From Penblewin roundabout: continue on the A40, signposted for Haverfordwest, for approximately 3 miles, through the Village of Robeston Wathen. At the next roundabout, take the exit towards Bluestone onto the A4075 to Pembroke. After approximately 2 miles, you will arrive at the Bluestone roundabout.
From Fishguard: take the A487 signposted Haverfordwest. At Withybush roundabout, take the 2nd exit signposted for St Clears. After approximately 8 miles, turn right at the Canaston Bridge roundabout, signposted for Bluestone and Pembroke. After approximately 2 miles, you will arrive at the Bluestone roundabout.