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Blue Lagoon Water Park, Narberth

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Water Park
Play and unwind in the climate controlled Blue Lagoon Water Park. Slides twine in and out of the building, and the lazy river even takes its time outside for a short while. Relax in the Jacuzzi while the kids slip down slides made for all ages. While there aren’t big pools for serious lap swimming, adults can relax in the spa. Kids choose the section they want depending on their age, and lifeguards are stationed at all pools. The building is completely protected for fun during all weather and times of year. Add Blue Lagoon Water Park and other attractions to your Canaston Bridge trip itinerary using our Canaston Bridge travel itinerary planner.
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  • We visited the Blue Lagoon because we were staying at the Bluestone resort. This also gave us early entry before the public gained admittance at noon. This also means that I am not aware of how much i...  more »
  • Family with two adult daughters (easily amused), visited daytime and termtime. Had an amazing time; flumes were excellent, especially the outdoor flume, and wave machine was loads of fun, even for us ...  more »
  • We went to the blue lagoon water park with my hubby and 3 children aged from 2 to 11 and there is so much to do here it's priced so well .... the pool is fantastic ... staff were really helpful and ni...  more »
  • Will never EVER visit here again! £12.95 per adult and the same price for my 4 year old!? The total for two adults, a 4 year old and 1 year old is £41.85. You get 3 hours. We walked in, looked at the main pool and thought "Is this it? Where's the rest of it?". We left 30 minutes later to find fun elsewhere.. nothing like queuing for a family changing room whilst dripping wet and cold for 20 minutes. I don't understand why this place has good reviews. Perhaps we're just used to paying £16.50 instead of £41.85 for unlimited time in the LC2.
  • This is a leisure pool rather than a competition pool, so if you want to swim lengths you're better off going somewhere else. On the other hand, if you want a fun wave pool, brilliant flumes including one that's mostly outside, hot tubs, toddler areas and a lazy river, this is definitely the place for you. Generally speaking the changing areas are clean and well-maintained. Lockers are either managed with a £1 coin/trolley token or by a four-digit keypad for which you choose your own code. The latter system means there are no keys to carry around or lose. The showers could do with a little more pressure, but they're not bad and are at least a reasonable temperature. The staff are friendly and helpful. The lifeguards keep a careful eye on what's happening in the pool and have CCTV to see what's happening with the flumes. Other people have commented that it's necessary to pay to use the cafe. This is not strictly true. There is a poolside snack bar, but there is also a cafe upstairs that is separate from the pool area and can be accessed by everyone. It's not the cheapest of eateries, but about par for the course for tourist attractions. My family had a quick chocolate bar round about halfway through our session, and then had a more substantial meal afterwards. On the subject of the three hour time limit: This is so that numbers are managed because they can only accommodate so many people in the pool at any one time. We find that three hours is ample time to play around in the pools and flumes and are willing to travel for two hours each way for the privilege.
  • Lots of fun, especially for the kids. Three good slides, a small lazy river and a wave pool. It was great on Sunday morning when just for Bluestone guests, very quiet compared to the Saturday afternoon with the local public, when it was rammed on a rainy afternoon. Felt very safe and well organised
  • We loved our experience here. The slides and lazy river were brilliant fun and the kids loves the wave machine. We stayed at bluestone so it was included in our holiday. Don't think I'd pay to go in as it works out not far off £50 for a family of 4!!!
  • What an over-priced, absolutely appalling day out. Let's face it, pretty much any day trip out is expensive, especially over the summer holidays, but this - this took the prize!! My partner & I took our 4 year old here & it cost £36.85 - for this you get 3 hours in the pool. My 4 year old was full price but couldn't go on ANY of the slides as he's not quite 1.1m. This effectively meant he could go in the baby paddling pools, the shallow part of the main pool (which was rubbish), and the lazy river (not even on rubber rings). We were also told he wasn't allowed to wear his fins, or use his snorkel. He also wasn't allowed in the outside hot pool. Basically the whole set up was for much older children and yet they were very happy to take our money. Quell surprise! We stayed an hour- For just shy of £40. This is NOT suitable for people with young children under the age of 7-8.