Bluestone National Park Resort - Accommodation - Ramsey Lodge
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I cannot express just how good the Ramsey Lodge accommodation is. Each one is well maintained, beautifully clean, and a real ‘home’ during your stay.

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I was lucky enough to have my second stay at Bluestone National Park Resort at the end of January. It would be impossible to cover EVERY aspect of our stay in one single post. Instead, I will break it down into three individual reviews – accommodation, Food and Drink and Activities and Facilities. So, first up – we’ll be looking at the accommodation on offer.




Plenty of choice

It’s worth noting that Bluestone have a massive range of Accommodation available – from Studio sized (think a big hotel room) to cottages, up to massive lodges that can sleep 12-14 people. The Bluestone Accommodation page has everything on show, including comprehensive floor-plans and image galleries. All are beautifully decorated, and have local art on the wall. Equipment, in all of them there are Digital TVs, DVD players, WiFi, fresh linen and towels as standard.

The Ramsey Lodge

Outside of our Ramsey Lodge
Outside of our Ramsey Lodge

I’m going to be focussing on the style of accommodation we had – the Ramsey Lodge. This detached, two bedroom lodge has a double room with an en-suite bathroom, and a twin room with en suite wet room on the ground floor.

Let’s start by taking a look at the bedrooms on the Ground Floor.

Main Bedroom

The Main Bedroom in the Ramsey Lodge
From the other corner of the Main Bedroom in the Ramsey Lodge
From the other corner of the Main Bedroom in the Ramsey Lodge

The main bedroom has a comfortable double bed, with bedside tables (and power sockets!) either side. There’s a wardrobe with a safe in and a few drawers underneath. There is also a drawer unit that ‘feels’ like a natural place to do your hair in the morning. However, there’s no mirror there, that’s located above one the bedside tables. There are plug sockets behind the drawers though. It’s worth noting that although so much is already in the lodge, hairdryers aren’t supplied – you can rent them during your stay.

There’s a double door that opens onto a small patio area outside – the curtains covering it are thick and heavy and keep the light out. I normally don’t sleep very well out of my own bed – but the Bluestone beds are SO comfy. The en suite bathroom is finished to a high standard, my only complaint – the extractor fans are a little noisy. The bathrooms are SPOTLESS though, the housekeeping throughout is excellent.

The Bathroom from the Main Bedroom in the Ramsey Lodge.
The Bathroom from the Main Bedroom in the Ramsey Lodge.

Twin Bedroom

The Twin Beds in the Ramsey Lodge
The Twin Beds in the Ramsey Lodge
View across the twin bedroom in the Ramsey Lodge.
View across the twin bedroom in the Ramsey Lodge.

Onto the twin room, you’ve got the same furniture as the main bedroom, with two single beds instead. The mirror in this room is in the ‘right’ place (above the drawers). There’s a big window instead of patio doors. There’s JUST enough spare floor in here for a travel cot too. The shower in the wet room is lovely, great for doing the kids in too.

The Wet Room in the Ramsey Lodge
The Wet Room in the Ramsey Lodge

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