Our cozy & clean B&B is located in a quite Irish village of Annascaul, perfectly located for exploring & hiking on the Dingle Peninsula.
We are located right in the centre of Annascaul Village, easy access to the pubs, shops & the local loop walks. Annascaul is an Ideal location to base yourself to explore the Dingle Peninsula, close but not too close to busy Dingle Town.Annascaul and Inch lie in the southern foothills of the Slieve Mish mountains 11 miles/16 Kms from Dingle and 16/ 22Kms from Tralee.
Annascaul is the birthplace of famous Antarctic explorer Tom Crean.
Internationally renowned sculptor Jerome Connor was also born in Annascaul. One of his most impressive pieces is the Lusitania monument in Cobh, Co. Cork.
Guest lounge with cozy wood burning stove, Huge collection of movies to suit all tastes, also each room is fitted with a 22 inch tv/dvd player so you can watch in the comfort of your own bed.
We serve freshly baked pizza in our dining room along with daily specials.
Guest can enjoy the sights around Annascaul by bicycle, by renting one of our good quality hybrid bikes. Only 10 per day/5 half day. All safety gear and maps supplied.
Interaction with Guests
We live on a separate part of the building, but always willing to sit and chat with our guests and love meeting new people.
Annascaul with its naturally beautiful and rolling hills it is the perfect place to base yourself for a few days hiking on the Dingle Peninsula. Annascaul is a typical small Irish village, one church, two shops, 4 pubs and a post office.
Annascaul is right in the centre of the Dingle Peninsula, conveniently located on the main bus route from Tralee to Dingle. Free Parking is available at the front of our building. Why not rent one of our bike for a days cycling
Other Things to Note
Our B&B is strictly non smoking. Guests can use our kitchen in the off season with prior notice.
This is a non smoking house. The kitchen will be open to guests in the winter months. Novemver - February.
For group bookings and lenghtly stays ask about our special rates.
Brain and B were fantastic nice welcoming people. The stay was so nice, the breakfast they make in the morning was delicious! And the town was perfect!! Thank you!
Nice accommodation and breakfast.
Brian can also give good advices about walking and hiking.
We had a very nice stay in a lovely room, our hosts were very nice, thank you !
The Old Anchor Inn is a professional B&B, a little different from the average Airbnb, a step closer to a small hotel. There are more other guests, you have your own room and private bathroom and you eat in a little restaurant downstairs. You can choose hearty, delicious breakfast options and the time you would like eat that breakfast. You can order additional food in the restaurant, for example dinner or take-away. The restaurant is veggie-friendly!
Now, let's talk about those pizzas: we hurried back to the B&B from a Slea Head exploration to make it in time for dinner, we had gotten so very curious about those pizzas you see, we just had to try. It's true, they're great, so worth it! And dessert was very scrumptious!
The Inn is located in the middle of the village and easy to reach, there's plenty of room to park. There are also picnic tables closeby if you wish to eat outside. It's a nice place!
Beata is charming and very active. You can tell she works really hard to make everything go smoothly and make sure the guests are happy!
Great experience at the Old Anchor Inn and in Annascaul. We loved this little village, which was actually quite vibrant over the weekend that we stayed. Their breakfast was AMAZING! Also, Brian provided a great tip that we should hike in the mountains around Annacaul Lake -- one of our favorite memories of our trip. Rooms were clean and well kept -- not the fanciest, but quaint and efficient. Great experience for us and I would recommend to anyone visiting the Dingle Peninsula.
Cool village! Amazing hiking and a great way to see the country outside of the city.
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Hello we are Brian & Beata and we run the Old Anchor B&B in Annascaul village on the Dingle Peninsula. We're coming into our 5th year of running our own business and love what we do.
Annascaul is a sleepy little village with no less than 5 pubs including the South Pole Inn owned by Antarctic Explored Tom Crean. Annascaul is the perfect place to base yourself while visiting the Dingle peninsula or just to come and get away from it all and do nothing. Our kitchen is open to our guests in the winter, as most of the restaurants close for the season. Our dining area can also be used.
We can off great rates for longer stays and large groups. Just ask about in your message.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Old Anchor Inn,in Annascaul!!
Brian & Beata