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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbbey Court Hotel Nenagh
This hotel also offers self-catering lodges. We stayed at one of those, a 3 bedrooms one, not at the hotel. However, the hotel facilities can also be used by the lodges clients so, we were able to use the spa and the restaurant. We are a family with children so we were only allowed to enter the spa facilities at "children hours" and then it was too crowded to enjoy a peaceful moment :-(
The lodges were spacious and clean but I would say they were missing some additional kitchen equipment: more glasses, more cutlery, some dishwasher soap, etc.
The hotel location is great and the service was always correct, as expected. The only meal we had at the restaurant was the breakfast of the first day and the variety of the food offered is high and its quality, very high.
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