During his tour of the development with Chief Executive of Bluestone, William McNamara, the Minister was one of the first people to see inside a Skomer, the flagship lodge in Bluestone’s range of luxury accommodation.
Rhodri Glyn Thomas, said: “It’s very exciting to see the Bluestone project and to have a tour of the site with William McNamara whose vision has driven this project from the outset. Bluestone will play a pivotal role in developing the short breaks market, expanding the tourism season and bring added value to the market. I wish the team well in the final stages of the development and look forward to coming back in the summer”.
Chief Executive of Bluestone, William McNamara, said: “It’s taken a long time and a lot of work to reach where we are today, just a few months away from opening.
“It’s hugely gratifying and exciting for me to see the Bluestone vision finally come to fruition, but there’s no real let-up for us. All our energy is now focused on making sure that for our guests, the Bluestone experience is everything we always wanted it to be.”
March 20, 2008