Located in the heart of County Meath only 20 minutes from Dublin, The Station House Hotel, which was originally a train station, offers the very best in luxury accommodation and fine dining in the award winning Signal Restaurant.
“Step off the fast track…drive through the gates, along the wooded avenue and reach, at the end of your journey, a stress free haven of peace, tranquillity, luxury and gastronomic delights…”
In 1981, almost 20 years after the last train stopped at Kilmessan, Chris and Thelma Slattery rescued The Station House from oblivion. Transforming it into a relaxed rural setting making it the ideal spot to unwind. Each ensuite bedroom is equipped with all facilities to ensure every comfort, from direct dial telephone, TV and trouser press, to computer modem connection.
Broadband is available throughout the hotel. Dine in vintage style in the old world charm of the award winning Signal Restaurant. This restaurant has not only been listed in the Michelin Guide but Georgina Campbell has also listed this restaurant as being one of the top ten places to enjoy Sunday Lunch.
This is ideal for family occasions. Families can come out and book out all 20 rooms for their own private reunion or birthday party. There are two suites in the Station House Hotel.
The location is idyllic, situated only 6km from Navan/Trim and Dunshaughlin. The Station House Hotel is a breath of fresh air as it is not in the congested town centres but still accessible to every attraction in Meath and located only minutes from the N3 and new M3. 12 acres of woodland and landscaped garden surround the hotel so walks and relaxation in the garden areas are a must. Some of Meath’s finest golf courses are only 3km away and transport and golf packages can be arranged. Fairy House and Navan Race Courses are only 4-6km away and The station House Hotel has always been one of the main places to stay and dine at any of these main events. The hotel also has a culinary school.