Elves help reveal best of Bluestone’s attractions

South Wales Argus: Elite Elves Caitlin Tinsley (L) and Brogan Swart on one of the electric buggys at Bluestone national park venue in Pembrokeshire Elite Elves Caitlin Tinsley (L) and Brogan Swart on one of the electric buggys at Bluestone national park venue in Pembrokeshire

A chance to become an Elite Elf awaits you at Bluestone national park venue in Pembrokeshire.

At The Kingdom of the Elves is a unique chance to become one of Santa’s helpers by passing through six chambers taking on various challenges and collecting badges as you go. Enter The Secret Gatehouse to start your journey. Here you must convince the Perfect Elf that you are up for the task ahead collect your Elf uniform and find the secret exit.

Carry on through the E-Maginarium helping to build a Christmas tree and design new toys for Santa.

The next room lives up to its name of the Wacky Wrapping Workshop, parents be warned, you will be expected to dance.

Chocks away, take up the reigns for flight training in the Aviation Room. Learn how to drive Santa’s sleigh through snow storms. Navigate around the world by the stars and deliver all the presents on time. Elfy and Rainbow Bright will take you through an Elf-check just to make sure everyone is now a true believer. Now is the time to join the Elite Elf Party, congratulations you’ve passed through Santa’s Elf training kingdom and become an Elite Elf with badges to prove it, you are sure to leave with rosy cheeks.

Bluestone offers fantastic accommodation with log-effect lodges nestling in the Pembrokeshire countryside. The self catering homes offer you a chance to relax and recharge after a day of adventure and exploring or being pampered at the health spa. At the heart of the village is a pub, shops and restaurants. Eating out becomes a real pleasure with a variety of cafes and restaurants. The Yard restaurant offers a three-course all you can eat menu with a different theme every night and an all you can eat breakfast to set you up for the day.

It’s all about getting back to nature and having fun.

The adventure centre offers a counrtyside climbing tower with tubes, slides, bridges, nets and ladders all housed in a huge barn like building making it weather proof, there’s also a farm themed putting course and the Wild Wood cafe.

Central to all of this is the Big 4. Described as jumping out of a plane without a parachute, the big drop winches you 40 ft up before letting you fall back to earth. The swing is a trapeze that winches you up into the eves and releases you like a giant pendulum. Now test your climbing skills on the Wall with 3 different challenges. Twenty feet above all the fun the Sky Trail is an assault course for the very adventurous. With expert guidance all the way, kids and adults are in safe hands.

Also on site is the Blue Lagoon water park featuring water slides, lazy river, wave machine, spa pools, interactive wet play areas and more, hours of fun for all the family.

Everything on site can be reached on foot by bikes, electric buggy or bus as cars are discouraged.

I would recommend an electric buggy especially after an all you can eat night at the yard restaurant.

Bluestone is an all year round holiday complex near Narberth in Pembrokeshire.

Book online at http://www.bluestonewales.com


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