Organising a family holiday can be stressful, especially if you’ve got young children. Far-flung, exotic destinations might not be an option with the kids in tow, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t have a well-deserved relaxing and fun holiday. Here are some great child friendly holidays ideas.
I have often said that I wish we lived nearer to the seaside, there is just something so magical about it. My husband feels the same – and coming from Denmark – where you are never really that far from the coast – it’s taken him a bit of getting used to living in the Midlands. So, while we were staying at Bluestone in Pembrokeshire, Wales – we took the opportunity to visit the wonderful town of Tenby and go to the beach.
We had a lovely day – even if the mist didn’t clear off the beach itself – we were very lucky as the weather was nice and warm and the sun broke through when we were walking around the shops in Tenby. It also meant I could half tick off at item on my Bucket List for this year – to take Boo to the seaside at least twice – so one down and one to go! Read More…
More of our Bluestone Adventures today! If you have missed my earlier posts you can read them here – Part One and Part Two. I have talked about the Lodge and I covered some of the fantastic things you can do at Bluestone on the site. But what I haven’t yet covered is the prebooked activities you can do at Bluestone and I would also like to share my thoughts on the food we had during our stay.
There are so many activities available – I would definitely recommend having a look and booking things before you go – not only so that you don’t miss out on places but also so that you can fit as much in as possible! The Bluestone website has the full list of activities available and we were also given a paper copy of the activities available during our stay.
I am carrying on with my review of our fantastic at Bluestone, in Pembrokshire, Wales – so if you missed Part One you can check it out here! I got as far as sharing my thoughts on the Ramsey Lodge we stayed in, in my post yesterday – and today is all about the amazing stuff you can get up to at Bluestone without having to leave the site! (Though I have to say Pembrokeshire is a truly beautiful place – and there are lots of amazing places to visit near to Bluestone too!)
I know that I have shared lots of photos from our holiday at Bluestone on social media last week but today it’s time for, Part One at least, of our adventures are Bluestone in Pembrokeshire, Wales. There was simply so much to do and there is so much to write about that I will be splitting my review up over a few posts. The week before last I had a wonderful and very surprising email asking me if I would like to spend 4 nights at Bluestone – from the 11th April to the 15th April. I was over the moon – though the short notice meant a quick phone call to my husband to check that he could actually get the time off work!
Luck was on our side though, and so we spent the rest of the week planning, packing and headed off on a rainy Monday morning for a long car journey. Boo is not very good in the car – well she hasn’t been up until now – but I have to say that she was amazing both on the way there and on the way back It took us about 5 hours to get there on Monday – traffic wasn’t too bad – we had a couple of traffic jams, a couple of tractors and lots and lots of torrential rain!