Went in for lunch today. No staff on the door. There was a page for us to sign in, but no one would notice if we didn’t. No one observed the 2mt distance while queuing for the carvery. Whilst there was a sign at the bar saying “table service only” I observed people going up get drinks. It’s a nice place but it was lacking staff and rules today. Food was ok. I have been there a few times before and enjoyed it I sadly won’t be back again due the lack of covid rules.
Our family had an 80th birthday dinner at the hotel and we were disappointed. The food was very mediocre. They keep it dimly lit and I think it is to hide the fact that it is very tired and needs a facelift.. Would not recommend.
Had such a great time owner and staff were fantastic couldn’t do enough, went on a tour which was also fab our tour guide Jay was a fountain of knowledge made us feel very special we are already planning our next trip
Seriously guys, it’s time to prize open the wallet and give this place the investment it deserves, as the state of the hotel is embarrassing. The room was not clean when I arrived, was filled with mismatched dated furniture, a thin mattress and towels, scuffed thin walls, charity shop art, and an old carpet. It’s looks like it was last renovated during Celtic tiger (magnolia everywhere) and not had a penny spent on it since. The breakfast was awful, and harks back to an era when Irish people rated big fat fry ups, the cheap greasy piled high kind. Nothing healthy available, (only toffee flavoured yogurts?!) seriously it’s all so 1990! My concentration camp view just topped it all off. Avoid this place like the plague!
Apart from the hotel being a bit dated, I found it to be clean, very friendly with excellent food ad service. The hotel does need to work on a sign for their car park location. We knew it had a car park and we knew it had to be at the back of the hotel but we had to drive around twice before we found the turning but there was nothing to say that the hotel car park was there. We had lunch on arrival, dinner that night and breakfast the next morning and all the food was wonderful. The location is perfect, right in the heart of Mullingar town centre. After we had checked in (the weather wasn't great) two of our party went for a walk along the canal and myself and my mum went for a coffee in a lovely (I recommend) cafe called 'Chocolate Brown'. The next day we walked around 'Belvedere House & Gardens, a drive away South of Mullingar. I really enjoyed my stay here as did my family. You do need to bring shower gel and shampoo as these were not in the room due to Covid. And sanitizer was everywhere in the hotel including rooms.…