The Slattery family’s unique establishment is an old railway junction, which was closed in 1963, and all the various buildings were converted to a make an hotel of charm and character.
It is an interesting and unusual place to visit, with lovely gardens, and makes a good base for business, or for exploring this fascinating county.
The Station House Hotel also makes a pretty wedding venue.
Conferences/Banqueting (350/180), secretarial services, video conferencing, free broadband wi/fi.
Rooms 20 (1 suite, 1 junior suite, 1 executive, 2 family, 1 shower only, 5 ground floor, 1 disabled, all no smoking). B&B from about €60 pps. Children welcome (under 12s free in parents room, cot available free of charge, baby sitting arranged). Room service (24hr). Open all year.
The Signal Restaurant:
The chintzy decor, piped Irish music and traditional fare haven’t really dated and somehow it all works well, creating a relaxing place with a very warm feeling.
The restaurant attracts diners from a wide area. Station House Smokies and Rack of Kilmessan Lamb are among the specialities and their traditional Sunday lunch is especially renowned. The food is enjoyable in a no nonsense way that is becoming all too rare, portions are generous and it is very family-friendly.
Overall a really pleasant little place, especially in summer when the roses in the well kept gardens are at their best.