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Bluestone National Park Resort is situated in 500 acres of rolling countryside in the heart of Pembrokeshire. The first sustainable timber frame for 80 new lodges recently arrived at the resort as part of a £23 million expansion. The park comprises of 344 cabin-style woodland lodges, colourful cottages and studio apartments built around a traditionally-designed village featuring shops, a pub, six restaurants and an award-winning exclusive holistic spa. All of the accommodation and the picturesque village lie within the boundaries of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with more than 50 beaches within an hour’s drive.
Marten Lewis, the head of sustainability at Bluestone National Park Resort, tells us: “We know there’s a growing demand for a sustainable luxury tourism product in Wales and we’re confident that we can meet the need for an ecologically-sound product in natural surroundings. Sustainability is a key aspect across all of the design decisions. Along with the promotion of health and wellbeing, sustainability has always been an integral part of Bluestone’s business operations and will continue to be as we move forward.”
The new lodges will have their own private entrances with virtual check-in and luxurious facilities. Couples can now book the new lodges ready for the official opening in the summer of 2023.
For more information, go to www.bluestonewales.com