Bluestone holiday village in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park Nothing brings you closer to family, friends and loved ones than taking them away for a break. A luxury resort set in 500-acres of rolling countryside Bluestone National Park Resort is the perfect place. The resort includes self-catering lodges and cottages, a water park, restaurants, outdoor and indoor activity centers. Depending on how you want to spend your break you can either lace up your walking boots or slip into a robe at the Well Spa. Blue Lagoon Water Park, Bluestone by Bluestone When you arrive your children will probably be desperate to experience the Blue Lagoon water park at the resort. They can whizz down the water flumes, dodge the water jets, jump the waves and then float along the rapid river ride. There are loads of workshops and themed activities for families, like coracle racing as well as adrenaline fuelled activities like the sky wires. The Well Spa, Bluestone by Bluestone Adults on adventure breaks can go rock climbing, kayaking, cycling or tackle the high wires. After a busy day getting down with nature you’ll be ready to relax in our exclusive Well Spa. Relax with a massage or experience our thermal rooms and hydrotherapy pool, it’s the ultimate place to indulge. Adventure Centre, Circus Zone, Bluestone. by Bluestone A visit to the Adventure Centre is a must. Fun is guaranteed whatever the weather with The Wall and The Sky Trail. Or you could go for a round of mini golf. The Circus Zone is a brilliant soft play area for the Under-5s and babies can enjoy an introduction to baby massage too. Lodge accommodation, Bluestone by Bluestone The resort is home to a wide range of accommodation from cosy cottages and stylish apartments, perfect for couples and small families, to expansive lodges - great for extended family fun. There is a plenty of choice for food on resort, with a range of cafes and restaurants to choose from. Camp Smokey is great for groups, with outdoor cooked food by the babbling Pen Glyn Brook. While you are eating you can watch your friends and family whizz through the trees above you on the high rope course! The Oak tree restaurant is the perfect place for fine food while The Farmhouse Grill is great for grilled local meats and fish in a relaxed, family friendly atmosphere. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Easy-access beaches Hassle-free days out for wheelchair users and families with pushchairs. Walking the Teifi Estuary The estuary is at the centre of spectacular land and seascapes and links with the Wales Coast Path. Climbing in West Wales Set yourself a challenge and see a totally different view by giving climbing a go in West Wales. Summer in the wild West Spring and summer are a great time to see the wildlife in West Wales. Faith in West Wales Your guide to some fantastic places of faith to enjoy across West Wales. Accessible West Wales You’ll find attractions and accommodation that people of all abilities can enjoy all over the west.