The Pavilion can host conferences and events up to 600 people in 670sq metres.
Bluestone, which celebrated its fourth anniversary in July, already provides tailored event and conference facilities at its 500 acre site, including exclusive use of the resort. The Pavilion will provide an additional permanent venue.
The Pavilion will be launched on Saturday, 22nd September at Bluestone’s inaugural Butterfly Ball when Welsh businesses will be introduced to the new venue.
“We’re well known for being a luxury short break destination within the UK market. Our corporate and conference activity has been growing year-on-year and the demand is there for a venue capable of hosting medium and large scale conferences and events.
“We’re already a key destination for business meetings, team building, events and conferences. Providing a dedicated facility capable of hosting larger events is an obvious step for us.
“From small businesses to large multi-nationals, we have the facilities and resources to place Pembrokeshire firmly on the UK conference map for being a unique venue capable of hosting bespoke events."
Pamela Joseph, Commercial Director at Bluestone National Park Resort
Bluestone National Park Resort is a five-star luxury short-break destination situated in the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in West Wales with a strong sustainable and environmental ethos.
Opened in July 2008, Bluestone sits within 500 acres of countryside and woods near Narberth and close to the coastal town of Tenby. It comprises 280 luxury timber lodges, cottages and studio apartments surrounding a typical Welsh village.
Among its attractions are the Blue Lagoon water park and Adventure Centre, which are open to day visitors, The Well Spa and its thermal treatment rooms, the Steep Ravine with high ropes and zip wire and Camp Smokey. It also offers a wide range of activities for all ages and abilities, including archery, laser clay-shooting, bushcraft, a high ropes course, Woodland Warriors laser combat game, and a breathtaking nature trail.
In 2011 Bluestone invested £8 million into 60 new lodges as part of a second phase development to increase accommodation numbers without losing the intimate and idyllic nature of Bluestone.
Environmental responsibility is central to the Bluestone ethos and shapes every aspect of it. From the use of natural, sustainable materials wherever possible, to solar-heated water in the lodges, and a unique biomass energy centre which provides carbon-neutral heat for Blue Lagoon and the Adventure Centre.
In 2012, Bluestone achieved Level Five of the prestigious Welsh Government-backed Green Dragon Award for its environmental work on a day-to-day basis.
It was also named an Exemplar of Excellence in rural development at the UK 2011 Business in the Community Awards after receiving the regional award for Wales from BITC Cymru/Wales. It was re-accredited with its ‘Big Tick’ by the BITC in July 2012.
Bluestone currently employs over 450 people in year-round posts, and continues to recruit. The company is committed to recruiting local people to fill its vacancies, as far as possible.
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