About this listing
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.
Brian was very friendly and engaging. Made some recommendations for activities around annascaul, which proved to be the highlight of our weekend. Annascaul lake was stunning, as was Minard castle.
Fantastic little in with lovely surrondings! Quiet and calm but still very close to Dingle town. The owners were very helpful and the breakfast was outstanding! Highly recommended!
Les chambres sont sobres mais confortables .
La salle du petit déjeuner est très jolie et le petit déjeuner est très frais et raffiné.
Annascaul is in a good position between Inch strand and Dingle town. The drives around Slea head are breathtaking and Dingle is a lively town with a great scene. We were warmly welcomed by friendly staff in the small Kerry village. The accommodation is cosy and we got a great sleep. The breakfast was absolutely fantastic including fruit, coffee and the full Irish made with some local delicacies. Adventure junkies can roll down the hill for a refreshing glass in the nearby South Pole Inn, founded by local legend, the Antarctic explorer, Tom Crean. Overall, the Old Anchor Inn is the kind of place that gives Kerry hospitality a good name.
We had a great stay at the Old Anchor Inn. Brian and Bea were helpful and responsive, and very welcoming when we arrived. Rooms were spotless and cozy, and breakfast was lovely. The village of Annascaul is quiet, with a few pubs, and only a short drive to Dingle town. Would definitely stay again!
Brian and Beata were lovely-welcoming hosts. They gave us very helpful tips on what to visit in the area and cooked a warm delicious breakfast for us. The B&B is very cute&cozy and it is located in a small town close to Dingle where you can find a couple of shops and pubs. Great experience!
Brian & Beata were lovely hosts, the room was spacious, clean, & comfortable. Brian was very knowledgable about the area, there was a great dvd collection and breakfast was quite tasty. Great experience overall.
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About the Host, Brian & Beata
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