The Station House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Banquet room
TripAdvisor Reviews The Station House Hotel Kilmessan
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... very average, but for only one night it was tolerable. The other girl in our dorm has been staying in the room for two weeks! I don't know how she has done it. We set off at 9 o'clock with our first stop being only ten minutes down to capture images of the beautiful Killarney from above. We then made the short trip on to Killarney National Park, apparently one of the must see places in Ireland. We hopped off the bus and jumped up the front of a horse and ...
... England. He, David, was retired IT, but really something in the secret service of Her Majesty. She, Valerie, worked for Immigration. They now, both retired, are the 'child minders' of their two young grandchildren. Their son married a Spaniard, so the kids are biingual. Liam, 6 1/2, and the little Emma, 2, speak only Spanish with their mama and English with papa. David said that Liam looks at them askance when they use their Spanish with him and he doesn't ...
Up early driving to London. Despite misgivings about traffic, we had a great run. Slight delay in London. The air traffic control strike in France had a flow on effect to the rest of Europe, but not too bad for us. Arrived in Dublin around lunch time. Straight to our hotel, booked in, quick freshen up, then out onto the streets. We are staying at the School House hotel. It's a converted school. Very quaint! Very ...
... Our journey began with a stadium tour featuring the press room, the away and home dressing rooms, the tunnel, the players pitchside seating and the best seats in the house. After the tour we explored the museum and the gift shop. Stamford bridge is just one example that shows how much England loves football. It really is the passion of the country and loved by so many people. After leaving the bridge we had the rest of the day for ...
Today we went on a tour of Ireland by bus. Although the weather was bad it was still very amazing to see all of the different things in Ireland. Our first stop was the Hill of Tara. There was a lot of history and information just at the Hill of Tara, there were tombs, a graveyard, a church, and various rocks with a lot of meaning behind them. The view of the country side was just amazing all around us. You could see for miles in ...