5 Reasons To Visit Blue Stone๐ŸŒŠ

Hello everyone! Sorry I haven’t blogged in a while, hope everyone is having a lovely weekend.

So I recently visited Blue Stone over bank holiday weekend and the weather actually wasn’t too bad! So thought I would write a post as to why you should go too.

1. Family and couple friendly

Blue Stone is full of cabins and cottages, the cabins are perfect for big families.

If you want to go with just your partner or a friend, then they have really cute colourful cottages in the middle of everything.


Blue Stone is great for kids, they have a big playground for the big kids and also shows and entertainment in the evenings!ย 

With opportunities of becoming a bluestone ranger and visiting Blue Lagoon Waterpark there are plenty of things to keep the little ones occupied.

We took my little niece Madison who was loving being with all the family (12 person cabin).


Blue Stone is fun for adults too! They have a range of activities to keep you busy, we chose to go kayaking which I found you get a lot for your money as it was so much fun (and there is always one that falls in).

They also have high ropes, sky wires, tree climbing, archery, rock climbing, laser clay shooting, and more!

But if you don’t fancy anything too active, you can also try their spa as they have a range of things going on there.

If I ever go back to Blue Stone I definitely will be trying a lot more activities and going straight to the spa.


Don’t miss the fireworks from Oakwood, which you can see from your cabin!


I love Tenby! It is a great little seaside town where I go mostly every summer.

They have a range of shops, pubs and beaches.

However it was so busy that weekend, so I would avoid going on a bank holiday as it can get very crowded.

It was Madison’s first time at the beach, which she didn’t seemed too bothered by the sea or sand.

5. Seasons

Although I’ve only been in summer, Blue Stone do events for all the different seasons.

I’ve been told a lot of people go at Christmas time as it is very magical for the kids and parents ๐Ÿ˜‰

Disney Land Paris

Disney Land is most children’s dream to be able to visit, But actually it has been found to be great for all ages and disabilities!

In 2015, Me and my family took my Aunty Carolyn to Disney to celebrate her 60th birthday!


Approach to people with disabilities

My Aunty Carolyn is someone that will most likely turn your head as she walks through the door (because she is mostly deaf and always takes out her hearing aids!).

But no Carolyn has learning difficulties, so taking her all the way to Disney Land was at first quite a scary thought.


The staff

On our first day we were given a free que jump pass and wheel chair, which was very helpful as my aunty struggles to walk long distances.

We found the staff to be very understanding and helpful, especially when eating in their restaurants they would interact with her and be so lovely as she will talk to literally anyone (better social life than me!).

Dine with the Disney characters


The characters

The characters made an extra effort to come and see her through the crowds, especially Pinocchio who stopped during the  parade to go give Carolyn a kiss on the hands!


We went to Disney Land in October, so if you’re looking to go to Disney when it’s not as crowded, I defiantly suggest going for Halloween season.

Also if your favourite season is autumn like me you will love it! Everything is such a lovely orange colour, and decorated with pumpkins everywhere!

Also this season is where the villain parade comes out, Where a certain time in the evening you get to meet all the villains!




The evening firework show was one of my highlights of it all, such an amazing show!

It can get very crowded so get a space early to watch them, but if you are at the back you can still see everything.

Also when the firework show ends the park starts to close, this is when we got some candy floss and cookies, they actually give you a good discount then as they want to get rid it all (Worth a  try!).


So to round it all up, Disney Land was an awesome experience for all of us (no matter the age or disability).

A lot of people go on about how Disney Land is just about making loads of money off parents and how over commercialised it is, But actually I found it to be magical! Especially with how happy it made my Aunty (and myself haha).

Leave a comment with your own experience of Disney Land!

Jen x