Nestled in the hills of Pembrokeshire there is a little oasis: a magical place which has taken over the 500 acres of the Bluestone resort for two months of the year. Set in Britain’s only Coastal National Park: not only can you enjoy the sloping hills, enchanting woodlands and skim stones on the lake durnig a stay at Bluestone. But during November and December, Bluestone is also the gateway to a magical place. Elftopia!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you will know that there are a team of pups down in Adventure Bay who basically save the day….well, on a daily basis. Or 10 times a day if you live in our house with a Paw Patrol obsessed almost 3 year old. And I mean OBSESSED. She loves them all – especially Skye and Chase – and has a mixed collection of little figures, medium teddies, and huge towels. Yep, our house could stock your local Toy’s R Us.
So needless to say when Ryder and the pups went on tour and made an appearance near us in Liverpool last month, we knew a certain little girl who would love every moment, and we weren’t wrong.
It’s been a great summer and although it hasn’t made a huge difference to us seeing as neither of my children are of school age yet, we’ve had a wonderful time joining in with all the school holiday activities on offer. Unfortuantely though, it’s been a bit of a wash out with a lot of the summer being rained off. We live in a wonderful part of the country which is beautiful when dry but less fun in the wet. It is during this period that we found ourselves at Flip Out in Chester.
Now a trampoline park would not have been our first choice for two children under 3 years of age as it would traditionally make me think of older kids that would be too boisterous for little ones. However, after speaking with the venue who assured me that they have a specific area which was dedicated to under 7’s we decided to give it a go and headed out to their arena.