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Blue Lagoon Water Park, Narberth

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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3.3/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
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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  • Nice touch having family changing rooms. Designated play pool for smaller tots. Plenty of lifeguards on duty. Lazy river, water slides twisting and turning going outside then in. Wave machine. Cafe ar...  read more »
  • We visit bluestone regularly and the kids won't miss out on a couple of days in the pool, enough to do for all ages , wether slides , waves or the kids themed pools are what your looking for its got t...  read more »
  • I stayed at the Bluestone with my family in July. There are many activities but, the water park was my favorite. Offers a variety of attractions: the slides (one in particular leaves outside where there are two other pools), up to waves or freezing rain created by the animators. Truly recommended.
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  • 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.
  • Not ideal if your main priority is to swim as the main pools deep end is small, but if you want to have a fun day out its the perfect water park.
  • I went there and this is awesome
  • Showers was a drizzle of water 0level of water power.also very expensive!
  • Brilliant fun
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