Friday, 6 February 2015

A dreamy getaway to BLUESTONE!

Although being motivated and ambitious is a personality trait I'm grateful for, sometimes it's nice to just forget about everything, pack up your bags and over indulge in coffee, rosé and fresh country air. 
I took to the roads late afternoon on Monday and headed to Bluestone Resort in Pembrokeshire. Bluestone have been running a campaign called #bluestoneblogger and have been kindly inviting bloggers along to experience their luxury lodges and facilities. Although Bluestone is bustling with families and the smell of burgers cooking on a barbecue during the Summer, there is a much more tranquil experience to be had during Winter.
The air is crisp and theres light dustings of snow to the lodge roofs and at night, fairy lights form the path to access the variety of food and entertainment to be found at the village, which is nestled between the many acres of land and wooden cabins dotted around. The entire resort is an oasis of serenity. 
My lodge was cosy and equipped with every possible need in mind. The kitchen was bustling with equipment whilst the lounge offered space and comfort. The bedroom featured a large soft double bed complete with a crisp white duvet and set of pillows. Leading off of the bedroom was a spacious bathroom with a freestanding bath and wet room.
I opted to make my stay a little more than bubble baths and lay-ins by exploring the surrounding towns. Narberth is only a five minute drive outside of the resort and made up of small independent shops selling trinkets and gifts. I then ventured out a little further by spending the day exploring Tenby. I used to spend so much time at this little coastal town during the Summer when I was a kid, it felt strange to return when the streets were empty and I was alone. I took a long walk along the beach taking in the nostalgia before finding a little coffee shop to sit and sip on coffee whilst finishing a book. 
Bluestone provided me with the peaceful relaxation I'd been so desperately seeking recently and I can now return to reality feeling completely rejuvenated… Thanks for having me, Bluestone. I'll definitely be returning.

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