Our last morning in Bluestone, blue skies and no rain at last!
On departure day the barriers at Bluestone are lifted at 5am to allow for guests to leave early if they needed to. We were in no rush though and the 10am check-out time was ideal for us to get ready on our final morning.
Once we were all packed up, Ben went to return the golf buggy and bring the car down to the lodge. We loaded up and headed for the exit. The check-out process couldn't have been more simple, it really was a case of just dropping off your car hanger and key cards into the box at the barrier. That was it!
Our stay at Bluestone passed so quickly but we managed to squeeze in quite a lot during our stay and make some lovely family memories. It was really nice to get to see Pembrokeshire after so long and to try something new. We've stayed in many, many holiday resorts across the UK but this was the first time we've tried anything activity based and we've not stayed anywhere before in the UK with so much to do on-site. We absolutely loved all of the facilities and at the same time really appreciated the peaceful and relaxing atmosphere of the resort.
We especially loved how much there was for a 1.5 year old to enjoy too! There aren't many places that cater so well for really young children. It's really quite a special place to take a child!
After leaving Bluestone, we decided to spend the rest of the morning in Saundersfoot which is a small and very cute seaside resort situated between Tenby and Amroth. I spent many a holiday here when I was a child so I wanted to visit before we left, if only for for the sake of nostalgia!
We browsed the little gift shops, strolled around the town and bought homemade cakes and sandwiches to eat on the beach before we set off for home.
Pembrokeshire, it was really good seeing you again!
We were given a five day stay at Bluestone in return for this review but all words are my own.