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Mullingar B&B

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maynooth Co.Kildare
Reviewed 23 August 2016

We were six ladies completing the Greenway cycle from Athlone to Mullingar and back over two days. We reached out to the owners to enquire if we could leave our bags on the way to Athlone, it was enroute. - No problem at all. When we arrived around 11am they were even able to give us our rooms immediately. We...

Thank jenjacknick
Reviewed 28 May 2016

The b & b is completely central. At the front of it, you step into the main street, talk about convenience! If you walk inside through the hall you are led to a lovely wee eaterie which the same family run. When we went in to ask about a bed and breakfast they led us out the back of the...

Thank Lynda J
Sligo, Ireland
Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

This B+B was brilliant it seemed to be newly refurbed.I paid roughly 50 for the night and was worth every cent.Its right in the town centre and near the train station.The place is very modern decent Wi-Fi,power sockets beside beds unlike 90 percent of Irish B+Bs or top hotels for that matter. Room was big,Cosy,Clean. The staff are brilliant,friendly and...

Thank Niall F
Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

I've had a lovely stay in this B&B which is located right in the centre of town and provides parking at the rear. Rooms are clean spacious and comfortable.. the staff in the b and b are more than accommodating . There is also cafe located within the b&b and the food is spectacular. I would highly recommend this b&b...

Thank Kevin C
Reviewed 17 March 2016

nice place , basic rooms , i stayed here some years ago and again recently, this b & b has had a makeover, my single room was fine but it had no bedside locker , breakfast was served in the cafe , which is also open to the public , lovely staff , b & b breakfast is cereal and...

Thank lilly275
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 March 2016

Cold room, no wardrobes, no dressing table, even no cold water in tap !!!!!! Help yourself cold breakfast with no waitress in attendance. Many other b&b,s in town which I was told later are much better.

1Thank 3kevmac
MullingarBB, Owner at Mullingar B&B, responded to this review

3kevmac I am sorry to hear you did not enjoy your stay with us. Our heating is on 24/7 to ensure the rooms are always warm, at times some guests turn off the radiators so maybe that was the case? On very cold nights we can provide additional heaters in the rooms. It is unfortunate you did not make us...

Reviewed 1 February 2016 via mobile

Lovely little place, limited parking tho, staff were extremely polite and helpful, would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking to visit Mullingar for a night. Very central and everything only one minute walk away from where your bedrooms are situated. Beds are comfortable and power shower was unreal. I've had a lot worse stays in big hotels.

1Thank Blake19052011
MullingarBB, Owner at Mullingar B&B, responded to this review

Hi Blake19052011. Thank you very much for your kind review. We endeavour to make our guests stay as enjoyable as possible. We are glad you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you again in the future. Management.

Reviewed 31 January 2016 via mobile

On a positive note it is in the centre of mullingar. The standard of the accommodation is poor, it has not been upgraded since Joe Dolan was a boy. The carpets bathrooms and furniture are tired and worn out. The single glazed windows are draughty, the room was cold. I was told it was a continental breakfast when I arrived,...

1Thank Aidan C
Salzburg, Austria
Reviewed 27 September 2015 via mobile

we stayed here for one night and it was definitely not good. well, the room size was ok, tv and a little fridge available. but the heating was on max when we arrived and it wasn't possible to turn it down. the curtains were dusty and surely haven't been washed for months. the bathroom was very old and the cold...

1Thank Katharina P
MullingarBB, Owner at Mullingar B&B, responded to this review

Hi Katharina P. After speaking to the staff members that were on duty during your stay they informed us that you checked in on a very cold and wet day and requested the heating to be turned up. There are always staff members on site that would have gladly turned down the heat for you if you were too warm...

Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 August 2015

It was on the strength of previous reviews that we booked two nights in this great value B&B to attend a wedding in Mullingar and the reviews didn't let us down. Our double room was a good size, and being set back well from the street we got two nights' good sleep. But the best thing was the warmth and...

1Thank Jorenwa

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Mullingar B&B is a very high standard bed and breakfast purposely built to cater for guests. Our bed & breakfast is situated in the heart of the historical and cultural town of Mullingar. Luxuriously furnished, all the rooms are with en-suite, cable T.V and tea /coffee making facilities.The beds are fitted with orthopedic mattresses for comfort and a good night sleep. Internet, fax and telephone are also available upon request. This fantastic B&B is ideal for a weekend break away or a mid-week business trip, with no effort being spared on making all guests’ feel welcome. On arrival you will be warmly welcomed and after settling in your rooms we would be happy to reserve dinner for you in one of the many quality restaurants found in Mullingar today. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Mullingar B&B

Address: 9 Oliver Plunkett Street, Mullingar, Ireland (Formerly Wry Mill Guest House)
Region: Ireland > Province of Leinster > County Westmeath > Mullingar
Price Range: ₹ 3,616 - ₹ 5,062 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
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“the rooms on the ground floor are very good - on the first floor need some refurbishment, quite to overdated”
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  • overdated bathroom with painted tiles
  • comfy bed
MarzenaDublin, 17 Jun 2012 | Read review
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