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Had dinner here with family and friends for my sons 21st birthday the staff were amazing they could not have been more helpful from the time of the booking nothing we wanted was a problem we had a great night thanks again
a little gem on the outskirts of Naas. olde worlde charm complete with friendly service. food choice is limited but good quality and fresh. nothing is too much to ask of staff and they are so pleasant. I haven't stayed in the bedrooms so can't comment but the dining rooms and lounge are lovely.
This hotel is just outside of town, 5 min drive and your in the pubs and restaurants. Recently stooped in for lunch and it was delish! Thank you and looking forward to coming back soon on our next trip through kildare. we come here every year for the races and will keep coming back.
Good value 3 star hotel in excellent location just off the N7. Excellent bar food and breakfast. Great value at 79 euro per room. Car parking limited at certain times- seems to be shared with other buildings.
Stayed here for a night on business. The room rate was reasonable compared to some of the prices I've seen quoted in reviews. However, this is never a 4* hotel. Sorry, the staff were pleasant but my room had stains on the walls and carpet, the kettle was all furred up, there was no plug in the bathroom sink and I wouldn't step on the bath mat if my life depended on it. I didn't eat here as it didn't look particularly welcoming in the bar, dark, dim and cold, so we took a short cab ride into Naas which has some lovely independent restaurants. Breakfast was OK, the usual fry up, but nothing special. Overall the hotel is tired and needs bringing into the 21st century. The tv had just a few channels and was basic compared to other 4* hotels I've stayed at. 3* at best. Won't be staying here again.
This hotel has huge potential & at First glance the hotel looks great but you quickly notice a few stuffs which may bother a lot of people due to some serious cost cutting tricks. The room we got had too much stains on the wall & cealing. Heavy lime scale in the bathroom. Light shades are covered with dust. Room are dark due to lack of lighting. The walls on the 3rd floor corridor leading to our room was covered with crayon stains among others . They look like having not been re-painted for years. This is very disappointing since a few gallons of paint do not cost much but indeed give much more value to the hotel. The shower gel & hand wash were big pots instead of individual mini pots which are now the norms. At first its not really an issue but germs can easily be spread around to the next guests by simply sqeezing the jar with dirty hands. All in all its a good hotel but the management should seriously take their job seriously. They are advertised as a 4 star hotel but our booking website has them as a 3 stars. If they lost 1 star I would not be surprised at all. Its in the small touches that average hotels becomes excellent ones. Staff is very nice especially the gentleman taking care of the breakfast service.
Having being here small lunch function previously, myself and my partner decide to hold our baby girls naming day here. Honestly, the staff and management couldnt have been more helpful from the moment we first contacted them about using a room. They offered two rooms, one for the ceremony and another for the meal without any additional charge and advised perfectly on the food selections which we thought was great. They allowed us go in the evening before to dress the rooms which was a massive help - most places only allowing you to go in the morning of to set up. On the day, nothing was an issue from getting extra chairs for tables, to getting amp and pedestals for - seriously nothing was an issue for the guys. Special thanks has to go to Ollie and Fergie for all they done.
Booked a chalet and when we arrived we were told that there was none available but we were staying in a room in the hotel. We were very disappointed as I purposely booked the chalet. Food was lovely in the bar. I wouldn’t book to stay here again as we didn’t get what we requested. Also the noise from the traffic on the road kept us awake.
Spent 1 night here with family recently. This is definitely not a 4* hotel. The rooms are very basic and the whole hotel needs refreshing. Breakfast was very disappointing with very little choice. Staff were not a bit friendly and overall would not recommend as it was very expensive for a small basic run down hotel
Very disappointing. I've driven past a few times and it seemed very quiet as though it was closed but having looked on Booking.com seemed it was open and having reviewed the pictures of the rooms they seemed full of character so decided to give it a go. I had 2 coach rooms - not in the main hotel but on the same site just opposite reception. It boasts an award winning restaurant - it was empty, the menu wasn't great but the food was okay - not award winning but acceptable. It is easy to access from the N7 and very close to Naas, not walking distance though and there is only a cinema close by, nothing else other than industrial units. The outside of the building looks very dated and unloved, as does the restaurant and rooms... not character but just old and un-cared for. I don't know what the rooms in the hotel look like. WiFi is free but has no internet access - to get internet access you need a cable from reception to plug into the wall socket so if you have a laptop it needs a LANport or adapter. The room wasn't great... at all, it was a good size though, furniture was old and wasn't cleaned very well. The TV was up very high - a very old box with a few channels but much too high. It was cold and the heating didn't work. There is underfloor heating in the bathroom - you have to turn the thermostat up which is above the door (you'll need a chair to stand on) I went for breakfast - which I included at £12 extra upon booking. When I sat for it and got a coffee a man came over and asked for the room number which I gave him, he abruptly said I hadn't paid for breakfast and that I needed to go and pay first... this was quite embarrassing as people could over hear - I informed him that I had included it and he told me to go and sort it out at reception with the manager, I did so after breakfast and showed him my booking confirmation showing it was included to which he responded that I added it after the event - I didn't argue with him, just left. Very disappointing, uncomfortable stay - many improvements required - I won't be returning to this one Not value for money - very expensive at 90 euro a night
Maudlins House Hotel places you within 2 miles (3 km) of Naas Racecourse and PGA National Ireland. This 25-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, an indoor pool, and free self parking.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or meet other guests at the free daily manager's reception. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee on weekdays from 7 AM to 10 AM and on weekends from 8 AM to 11 AM.
Guests can expect to find free wired Internet and 32-inch a TV with satellite channels. Memory foam beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a coffee maker, free newspapers, and a fan.
Guests of Maudlins House Hotel have access to an indoor pool, a health club, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking, and a shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available 24 hours) for EUR 15 per person. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and tours or tickets. Additional amenities include a conference center, a business center, and free newspapers.