Stayed in the rooms available when the hotel is fully booked. A bit grotty to say the least. There was no blind, curtain or otherwise on my room when I arrived. Similarly to 'Belfastrab' review, they asked me to pay upfront. As it happened I wasn't duped into this approach, although I was somewhat captive anyway as I was there with a group so finding alternative accommodation at short notice wasn't an option. The toilet roll holder was swinging loose on the wall while the toilet itself was stained with something blue and grey. Perhaps there's a water problem in this area, I'm not sure. Hot water for a shower was in short supply too.
It was only when I went to get into bed that I realised it was not made. The sheets were neatly laid out and folded in two on the bed underneath a blanket and throw/quilt. That is, they were laid on the bed but not tucked in as you would expect.
Would I stay again? Probably not.
On a positive note, the food was excellent.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Station House Hotel is a converted train station located in the quiet country village of Kilmessan, Co. Meath. The hotel is owned and run by the Slattery family who take pride in the satisfaction of their customers, including restaurant, conference and wedding guests. They have kept the magic and charm of its former identity but have added to it, a warm and dedicated service that puts it in a class of its own. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Station Hotel