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bostonkremekrazy Fri 25-Nov-16 18:32:47

I have searched this topic and in 2013 there was a big ho-ha when someone asked this question...and i dont know what the actual answer is

BUT

can i get my tesco shop delivered straight to bluestone holiday? I know the van can only go into the car park - and not to our apartment - we have a buggy ordered so we can go to the car park and transfer the shopping into the buggy and drive back to the apartment with shopping

its over christmas - car will be full - kids, pressies etc, and i can't face the shops 10 miles away on xmas eve- dd has severe milk/soya allergy so we buy a lot of free from food which we probably won't be able to buy onsite...

anyone here had there shopping delivered to bluestone in the last year? TIA

ghostyslovesheets Fri 25-Nov-16 18:37:09

can you even GET a Christmas Eve slot now?

I wouldn;t chance it - if your child has specific dietary needs - what if they don't deliver it (not in stock etc) - where will you get it from on Christmas Day?

Gluetap Fri 25-Nov-16 18:41:06

Not sure about delivery to the car park - could you phone and ask them? When we go to Bluestone we do click & collect at Tesco at Pembroke so you don't actually have to go in store.

Randytortoise Fri 25-Nov-16 18:42:55

I think I would do click and collect or you might have to sit and wait in the car park for a couple hours waiting .

redastra Fri 25-Nov-16 18:55:44

We always do click and collect at the carmarthen store.

We drop one of us and the kids at bluestone, whoever stays takes the kids to play and the otber goes to Tesco and loads up the shopping, then it is all hands to unload when they arrive back. We have done it the last few times we have went (travel down from Scotland, so can't bring much food with us).

Never been to Bluestone at Christmas (always October) would like to know how you get on - thinking about it for next year!!

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