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Bluestone tomorrow- last minute advice/tips please

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Tiredemma Thu 01-Jan-15 11:53:11

Especially any advice for babies- DD is 16 months.

Usually go to CP but they are taking the piss with pricing. I am aware that Bluestone is NOT CP and as such should not go there and compare the two!

whyhasmyheadgonenumb Thu 01-Jan-15 11:57:38

It's brilliant!! I went for DDs 3rd bday and DS was 18 months. It's not CP by any stretch of the imagination but it's still really good and I would go again.
It is very hilly though and i got a bike with a tow along thing on the back to put the DC in - it was a killer.

WUME Thu 01-Jan-15 12:49:45

Do a search for 'bluestone'.

Loads come up.

One which is roughly titled 'bluestone my tops after work trips' is from December so very recent advice smile

WUME Thu 01-Jan-15 12:50:08

'My tips after two trips'

roalddahl Thu 01-Jan-15 20:06:26

No hairdryers so take one if you need one.

We find hiring a golf buggy makes everything that little bit easier - but there is a bus too.

The included cot is usually a travel cot in the wardrobe so don't panic when you don't see one set up in a bedroom!

Onsite food in the village is ok - but the Wildwood cafe in the adventure centre at the top of the site is really good - and I have heard good things about the kids tea time show there.

They sometimes run out of highchairs in the main restaurant so if you have a travel highchair type thing that's easy to pack, that might be useful.

No free flotation vests in the swimming pool unlike CP.

They have a milk, cheese and butter vending machine in the village that you can use after the shop is shut!

A small welcome pack is included with dishwasher tablets, a wee bottle of washing up liquid, a wash up sponge, a tea towel and bin bags - which might be enough for a short stay.

Take a torch too. And sharp knives if you need them.

And if you have the energy, then there are loads of great places to visit nearby: Tenby, Folly Farm, National Trust Stackpole Estate, Saundersfoot and more. The Village Central information point will have info too.

Tiredemma Fri 02-Jan-15 09:43:10


brilliant tips

just packing now so thanks for the advice

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