Spoon and the Stars, is an early 19th century building still holds its original features like the sash windows and shutters,front door, interior woodwork and stairway.
Drogheda is an old walled town located in the Historical Boyne Valley just 20 mins from Dublin airport and 10mins from Newgrange, Monasterboice, Slane Castle,The Battle of the Boyne,Mellifont Abbey,Millmount,
Bettystown (The gold coast of the east coast) and many other beaches stretching 14km .
Ensuite, Private and Dorm rooms available.
Outdoor courtyard with bbq and raised garden to the back.
Free breakfast from 8-10.
Free WiFi throughout the building.
Bike rental and good walking trails nearby.
We will be hosting different nights like Dingbat quiz nights, different themed nights,gigs and events.
With plenty of local attractions and good bars to visit we will share our local Irish knowledge.
Check-in from 13:00
Check- out by 11:00
Cancellation policy is 2 days in advance
We accept payment by cash & credit card
You must have a valid photo ID (passport, driving license or college ID) in order to check in.
No Smoking in the building.
For group bookings, there is a deposit of 20e per person. This is payable by cash at check-in and will be refunded in full at check-out provided that house rules and other guests are respected.
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I stayed here for one night in Feb 2014. The dorm was very comfortable, had a good sleep in a cosy bed. Rory was very friendly and welcoming and suggested plenty of things to do and see in the local area. This place is very relaxed and friendly and I highly recommend it.
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