Bluestone, Pembrokeshire

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Bluestone
IndustryLeisure
FoundedJuly 2008
HeadquartersPembrokeshire, Wales
ProductsShort breaks, family holidays, leisure activities
OwnerBluestone Resorts Ltd
Bluestone, Pembrokeshire is located in the United Kingdom
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Website[1]
Bluestone National Park Resort

Bluestone National Park Resort is a holiday park, located in Pembrokeshire. The resort falls partly within the boundaries of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The park is owned by several private backers and Pembrokeshire County Council and employs over 700 people.[1]

The resort's accommodation consists of 344 timber lodges, as well as cottages and studio apartments set in 500 acres (2 km²). This area includes the Blue Lagoon (an indoor water park), Steep Ravine (an outdoor activity area), an indoor playground and a medieval themed activity area. The resort itself is centred on the "village" which has shops, restaurants, a pub, wine store and a spa.

Within the boundaries of the resort are a ruined manor house (known locally as Castell Coch) and the external structure of Newton North parish church.

The park is car-free (except on check-in and check-out days), but walking and cycling is encouraged. Electric golf buggies can be rented by day or for a full stay and are commonly seen around the park. A Dome is expected to open at Bluestone in 2018.[2]

The park is close to Oakwood Theme Park.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2017 Annual Accounts". Companies House. 27 April 2018.
  2. ^ Sion Barry (2016-12-20). "Bluestone to create 300 new jobs as staff given 30% stake in the business". Wales Online. Retrieved 2017-10-06.

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