School’s out and the summer holidays are upon us. One thing we all remember from our childhood is how September and the new school term seemed to come around in the blink of an eye. These fleeting weeks of freedom are precious, so fitting in quality family time with the kids is priority.

Parenting on Female First

Parenting on Female First

If you’re looking for a summer which involves grassy knees, climbing trees and as much fresh air as you could get and less TV, iPads and video games; Bluestone National Park Resort, set in 500 acres of spectacular countryside, allows families who want to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind and reconnect with nature and enjoy more family time.

Bluestone is nestled in picturesque Pembrokeshire with beautiful beaches nearby, captivating castles just a stone’s throw away and free-range fun all day every day. There are over 100 ways to find your wild thing at Bluestone and one thing’s for sure, there’ll never be a dull moment on your family break.

Here are 5 ways to make the very best of the summer holidays at Bluestone:

Play out in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a county like no other. Glorious rolling countryside, enchanting coastline and a host of brilliant family days out, there’s something for everyone in this Welsh wonderland.

Culture, views, history, walks, relaxation or thrill-seeking action - whatever you’re after, visit Bluestone’s Village Central where your perfect day is waiting to be discovered.

Steep Ravine

Deep in the woods lies Bluestone’s forest adventure area, Steep Ravine. Home to a range of adrenaline-fuelled, action-packed pursuits, it’s the place to go to set hearts racing and test your mettle. Climb the towering pines, zoom down the zip wires or clamber across the high ropes course – feel the fear and do it anyway! 

Adventure Centre

The Adventure Centre brings the outdoors, indoors. This giant indoor playground is a fun-filled kids’ paradise, with slides, a ball-pool, mini-golf, climbing wall and sky-trail ropes course to name but a few of the activities available. Visitors can jump, slide, putt and test their love of heights – whatever the weather.

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon is Bluestone’s indoor water park where guests are sure to have a splash-tastic time. With four awesome flumes, an extraordinary wave pool, chilled-out lazy river and a sun-drenched decking area, come rain or shine Blue Lagoon is fun for all the family.

Seaside antics

Bluestone is the ideal place to stay to visit Pembrokeshire’s world-famous beaches. The county is known and loved for its stunning coastline – all 189 miles of it. No two beaches are the same and there are over 50 to explore. From undulating dunes to glistening shorelines, craggy rockpools, peaceful havens, surfer’s waves, sandy bays, good old-fashioned seaside towns and hidden coves - there’s a beach to suit every mood.

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