Annascaul House B&B incl wifi & bfs


Private room

11 Guests

1 Bedroom

3 Beds


Private room

11 Guests

1 Bedroom

3 Beds

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About this listing


The space
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 3
Check In: 4PM - 6PM
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Private room

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: $34 / night after 2 guests

Description

The space

Annascaul House is a family run B&B and comprises 4 bedrooms, all ensuite, flat screen tv & dvd with tea/coffee facilities. Our rates include a continental breakfast. It is situated in the heart of Annascaul village on the Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry. The village comprises of pubs/restaurants of which one is the home of Tom Crean (South Pole Inn). Annascaul is located on the Dingle Peninsula on the main Tralee – Dingle road N86 (10 miles to Dingle, 20 miles from Tralee).

Annascaul is the birth place of Tom Crean, famous for his explorations of the Antarctic.

Jerome Connor, a renowned sculptor, was also born in Annascaul. One of his most impressive pieces is the Lusitania Monument in Cobh, Co. Cork.


House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
Check in time is 4PM - 6PM

Cancellations

Flexible

Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.


Safety features
Smoke detector
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

38 Reviews


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Mark User Profile
April 2017
Place was just as advertised. Breakfast was wonderful, hosts were very friendly, and location was perfect for us. Don't change a thing, you run a great B&B.

Ben User Profile
March 2017
Great accommodations, fantastic hosts, lovely home

Amy User Profile
December 2016
The b&b was located it such a beautiful village along the Wild Atlantic Way. It was very close to Dingle and had a beautiful secluded lake just 5 minutes away which was definitely worth seeing. Noel was so welcoming and the b&b was really lovely. The rooms were very comfrtable and clean. There was a lovely log burner downstairs which made it feel very homely. Noel was very relaxed about or comings and goings. The breakfast he prepared in the morning was delicious and set us up for the rest of our trip. Highly recommend a stay here!

Jessica User Profile
October 2016
My husband and I stayed at Annascaul House for two nights. Check-in was easy and the double bedroom comfortable with a heater and electric blanket keeping us very cosy. The ensuite bathroom was compact and the shower hot. Our breakfast was delicious with a choice of sweet or savory. Location wise it's a 15-20 drive to Dingle and easy to explore the rest of the peninsula by car. Our hosts were friendly and easy going.

Mylène User Profile
October 2016
Great room ! Amazing breakfast (I loved your pancakes !) Thank you so much for your kindness ! A very good place !

Olga User Profile
October 2016
Nice and cozy place on the main street in Dingle peninsula. The host recommended an amazing hiking trail in the area. The breakfast was also a pleasant addition.

David User Profile
September 2016
This was a great experience. This is a beautiful little B&B a short drive from Dingle. The host was great and made a fantastic Breakfast off of a wide selection. Very customized and private care. I would recommend this place for any looking for a nice B&B to stop at for the night.

Anascaul, Ireland · Joined in July 2012
Annascaul User Profile

Located at the very heart of this picturesque Irish town, Annascaul House B&B is a family run B&B & offers travellers a cosy hotel alternative and a warm home-from-home on the Dingle Peninsula. This charming property is situated on the main Tralee – Dingle road and is just 6 km (9.6 km) from the famous Inch Strand. The 3-mile (4.8 km) stretch of beach has featured in several films (including the classic Ryan's Daughter) and is a haven for walking, swimming, surfing and sea angling. The area is also renowned for its opportunities for walking, fishing and golf, and by choosing this affordable accommodation in Annascaul, you certainly won't be short of things to see or do. Don't hesitate to chat with the Spillane family about the local highlights, and there are plenty of restaurants, pubs and shops in the vicinity, as well as a lovely pottery shop. In the evenings you'll be able to enjoy the craic (fun) of dancing, live music and singing, leaving you with a host of happy memories. This County Kerry 4 star bed and breakfast offers a range of services, and you can take advantage of bicycle hire, fishing rod hire, and a private garden. The staff can also arrange baby sitting, airport transfers and packed lunches on request. Private parking is available for guests arriving by car.

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