The Last Supper @ Bluestone Wales




It was our last evening together at Bluestone on the Thursday as we were departing early on Friday morning so we booked a table at the hustle and bustling Farmhouse Grill. We were lucky we had reserved a table and paid a deposit on arrival to Bluestone on the Monday as it was completely packed. We aimed for a table away from all the kids, unfortunately it wasn't possible but after a couple of drinks we were in a worse state than them so it wasn't a problem.
Our waiter was Luke who was a good sport during the evening.




The menu was small but there was enough choice, all the options looked delicious but I opted for the Ham Hock, the last Ham Hock. It came with what I can only describe as half the pig and not what I was expecting at all but it was really quite tasty.


For pudding it was a no brainer for me, the chocolate Sunday with brownie chunks however Luke seemed eager to remove my pudding menu from me, I can only take this as a sign that he thought I should not be eating dessert. Sorry Luke, this girl likes her desserts.


We had a wonderful evening, the perfect ending to a fantastic week at Bluestone!

A huge thank you to Bluestone for inviting us and the fabulous staff: Dean and Glen the bus drivers, as well as Kirsty, Gabriella, Amy and Luke to name a few. The customer service at Bluestone was the cherry on top of the beautiful lodges, dining options, views and walks.


Check out all my other posts about Bluestone here. And check out the girls blogs: Holly's, Lottie's, Charlotte's & Neesha's.

Have you ever seen such a big ham hock?

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