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And all good things must come to an end. By the time Friday came we were all wishing we could live at Bluestone! Me & Clay have decided that we will definitely be returning when Aidan is a little older. Although a somewhat long journey it really isn’t that bad of a trip from where we live.

Check out of the lodges is at 10am. We were a little shocked when the cleaning lady knocked on our door after 9:30 looking to come in. Apparently our lodge had been booked for early check in (1pm) and she needed to get it cleaned – which is totally understandable. As we had no transport of our own we had to wait for our taxi until 1pm but the lovely people at reception offered to hold our bags for us until they arrived. This meant we got to grab lunch and check out the soft play before we left.

SoftPlay

I would advise anyone who won’t be bringing a car to get a late check out (12pm) to give yourself the extra time, especially if like us your ferry is delayed until 5pm!

I think I covered everything we took part in but there is lots of activities for older kids including, zip wires, high ropes and in the summer they host lots of activities on the lake. Be sure to check out the Bluestone website for more details.

And incase you haven’t seen enough pictures check out my first ever youtube video – a photo montage of our time at Bluestone.

http://youtu.be/24JFuUdllNA

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9 comments on “The final round up| Bluestone”

    • It is! it’s in Pembrokeshire in Wales. We got the ferry from Rosslare to Pembroke and it’s a 20 minute taxi journey to Bluestone. There is so much for older kids to do – check out their website for the full list. I definitely recommend it!

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