Last week I went to beautiful Wales to Bluestone - which is a man made village surrounded by a variety of different wood lodges.
The lodges are separated into different sections of the woodland, and are named for ease - especially in the dark after dropping the car off!
The lodge which I stayed in was the grassholm lodge, which sleeps 8 consisting of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms - fantastic for families.
Speaking of families, the activities available in bluestone is phenomenal, there really is something for everyone, even if you didn't want to venture away from the resort.
Such activities include mini golf, swimming pool with slides, wave pool, lazy river and hot tubs which are included in the price of the stay.
Other paid for activities include high rope, tournament field (archery), the well spa and mini/junior & Celtic rangers for the little ones.
However, if you are not one for activities buggy and bike hires are available to take a ride around the glorious grounds - or you could just have a wonder on foot.
There's plenty of places to eat too, catering for everyone from a grillhouse to an onsite bakery - or for something a little different, why not visit camp smokey - smores, need I say more?
If you did happen to fancy a trip out of the resort, Tenby is a must. A twenty minute drive away from bluestone is home to this beautiful beach and town centre.
I will most definitely be planning to go back again in the near future.
(I was invited to Bluestone by the lovely Katie from Gold dust blog, after she was asked to review a lodge. All views and thoughts are my own).