I'm reviewing the restaurant here rather than the hotel because while I've eaten here many times, I've never stayed as I live locally.
I was extremely surprised to read the review which stated that the doorman "scowled" at children. I have eaten here on numerous occasions with my three young children, myself and my husband would eat dinner here when we have a babysitter, and I have been for lunch with many visitors including a vegan, and an elderly relative from Canada who loved it so much we were back four times over the course of one week. We have always had good food and good service, and I've never had a problem with my children eating there or any "frostiness" from the staff. I certainly would hope that nobody with children would read this review and be put off from eating there, as unfortunately there is a lack of choice of good restaurants in Drogheda and it would be a pity to lose out on the nice experience that is Scholars by reading this review.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally built in 1867, this charming town house has been tastefully renovated in a modern style, whilst retaining its historic charm, with stained glass windows and high coved ceilings. Once used as a Christian Brothers house, Scholars now provides all the facilities and features of modern accommodation. It occupies a privileged position in the centre of the historic town of Drogheda, County Louth, only 20 minutes from Dublin airport via the nearby M1 motorway. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Scholars Townhouse Drogheda