Had my first experience today of Scholar's Townhouse Hotel, and it won't be my last. Coming up from Waterford to take my sister to lunch, she chose here, and we both loved it. From being met at the entrance to have our covid certs checked to when we left, everying and everyone were attentive, pleasant and welcoming. The lunch menu was really good, and we both opted for the old reliable, fish and chips. Well, it can only be described as gorgeous. The best fish and chips I've had in any establishment, and that's saying a lot at 65. Well done chef, and thank you. Dessert too was scrunptious, you'll just have to go and experience it. The staff were all polite, attentive without crowding you, and friendly. Again, well done to all. I left looking forward to when I can return, and that…
We booked this hotel as we were going to the Listoke gin school experience which was located a short drive away. From the moment we booked the staff were extremely helpful and kind. They ensured we had seating times we wanted both nights and also catered to all of our requirements. We had 2 amazing meals, once in the restaurant and the second in the gastro lounge. Both meals were incredible and the food was of such a high standard. We also had cocktails in the lounge, all delicious and the bar staff could not have been nicer! We stayed in the family room (3 adults) and had plenty of space for our luggage and to relax in the evenings. Would highly recommend to anyone who is staying in the locality or looking for an evening away!
Stayed here on the 25th July'21 with my wife and friends on a overnight stay and dinner. From arrival to leaving could not fault how we were looked after, even with a request to change our table to outside dining, not met with a complaint. Lovely to see staff with a smile on their faces , able to have a laugh with them and the managers on duty. Loved the fact even though car parking was restricted ,looked after my car later on in the night. Food as always was excellent. Only minor minor grumble room was too warm even with the windows open., a fan or air con would have been great. Would definitely stay again .
Stayed here 25th July with my partner and another couple for a night out. I can honestly say it was a great night. The food was beautiful and the staff were amazing, from the floor staff up to the manager, they couldn't do enough, were really friendly and more than happy to have a chat and a bit of craic. I'd highly recommend.
Booked this comparatively expensive hotel for one night as a treat at the end of a business trip. Sorry I did. Tiny, no frills, poorly maintained, twin room with views of the bins. The menu is a selection of pub grub and again expensive for what it is. Had an evening meal, staters were fine but the mains - catch of the day (salmon and risotto... overcooked salmon on a gloopy sludge of rice) and butter chicken curry were both dire. Breakfast was poor also, featuring hard poached eggs. Overall very poor indeed. We will not be back.