The Townhouse Tullamore is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Tullamore, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guests have access to baggage storage while staying at The Townhouse Tullamore. In addition, The Townhouse Tullamore offers a lounge, which will help make your Tullamore trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid public parking available nearby.
While staying at The Townhouse Tullamore, visitors can check out Charleville Castle (1.4 mi), which is a popular Tullamore attraction.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Balcone Italiano Tullamore, Siroccos, and Mezzo Italian Restaurant, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Tullamore, check out a park, such as Lloyd Town Park.
Enjoy your stay in Tullamore!
This hotel has lovely food and a good atmosphere, but some of the staff never smile! Apart from that it’s a great place to stay if you want to visit the surrounding areas. It’s clean & warm even if the rooms are a bit old fashioned. It’s very reasonable price-wise and parking is across the road and you have to pay for it, but again, it’s reasonably priced. Enjoyed my stay here on both occasions!
Caught me by surprise as it's above a pub! Were given the room at the top but told the guy that I had a knee surgery so he moved me down, another level. That was really thoughtful of him. Not much of a help really as I still had to climb the stairs and the corridors to the rooms are quite dark! Walls are "paper thin" as we can hear anything and everything from toilet flushing to water running to people "mumbling"!! Parking is "pay and display" as after 6 pm, it's free but you have to watch for the next morning when it starts at 09.00! Breakfast is included. Service is friendly. Amenities are good though.
And not in a good way! This person made us feel as if we were disturbing her day. I was there for a business meeting with 2 colleagues and when I ordered 2 coffees, a tea and 2 scones I was told to “slow down I can’t write fast”...it’s really not a huge amount to remember. Give her the benefit of the doubt but everything was practically thrown at us. There wasn’t a bit of politeness about her. I did inform the person who took the money that it was very bad and she didn’t seem surprised! I won’t be returning...
Had full Irish breakfast there this morning with my adult niece. We both loved it. Food cooked to order and served with toast and soda bread. Coffee topped up without having to ask. Staff very friendly and helpful. Would return and would recommend to friends.
Today we decided to eat dinner in Townhouse restaurant. We looked menu and decided take special meal for Wednesday. It was homemade cottage pie with mash and veggies. 2nd meal was chicken Caesar salad. I want to be clear. Price for salad in menu was €7.5 and pie when we asked costs €9.95. We finished eat and some food left so we took with us home. Time for pay and what happened?In receipt were different prices for both meal. First i wanted left some extra money for stuff when i thought i 'll pay €17.5 but it was almost €5 difference. They explained that actually salad was as a starter and in main course too but nobody told me and they charge me as a main course of course where more expensive price It's ridiculous. They have to notice the customers that they have 2 options for salad and give choice to customers to choose which one they want to but not decide themself instead of customers. This is not right. There is a to expensive to not give the choice to customers what they pay for. …