Bluebell Hotel in Neath is due to expand
Additional facilities planned for three-star Bluebell Hotel.
The Bluebell Hotel
Owners of the Bluebell Hotel on The Parade, Neath have bought the Full Moon pub and are looking to expand into the former pub in the near future, following the success of their luxury three-star hotel after two years in business.
The hotel was built on the site of the old Bluebell Inn on The Parade at a cost of around £3 million. The former inn, which was built in 1855, was demolished by developers to make way for the 23-room hotel.
Bosses say it has been a hit with the dining fraternity and visitors to the town. The Bluebell now boasts a 76 per cent occupancy rate and a thriving restaurant with a Mediterranean and Spanish theme.
Hotel general manager Mark Gallagher said he was delighted with the success of the hotel, he said: "We wanted to provide something different for the town and its visitors, and our success shows we have got it right. When we develop next door it will provide additional facilities including a quality lounge bar."
On 19th December, the Bluebell Hotel will be hosting a special 'Crackers and Carols' event, including a mouth-watering menu at their 'La Mancha' restaurant, which you can enjoy while listening to carols by the Neath Port Talbot Male Voice Choir. Lunch will be served between 12noon and 3pm. See or download the full menu on the right-hand side.
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Extracted from www.abayoflife.com