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The Old Anchor Inn is a cozy B&B in the heart of the picturesque village of Annascaul in the centre of the Dingle peninsula in County Kerry. The Perfect place to stay while visiting County Kerry & the Dingle Peninsula.All of our 8 rooms are en suite with tea & coffee making facilities and tv/DVD player. Choose from a wide selection of books and DVD's in out lounge, and enjoy in the comfort of your room. A full Irish breakfast and selection of fruit, juice and yogurt is included.
All reviews tom crean dingle peninsula books and dvds black and white pudding full irish breakfast his wife wonderful hosts twin room great breakfast ring of kerry b and b the main street a wonderful stay pancakes the pub bed and breakfast brian
Brian & Beata were wonderful hosts. The B&B is comfortable, cozy, and clean. Brian and Beata set up the rooms with great attention to details. They are also quite familiar with Dingle Way Walker's needs. I had a wonderful stay there.
This was our 1st time to Ireland and the 2nd stop on our journey. We were so tired and hungry when we got in. Jonathan came right out to give us a kind greeting, made sure we knew where everything was okay for us and...More
We walked the Dingle Way this summer and stayed at the Old Anchor in Annascaul. My companions and I have the bad combination of being easily distracted (we had to stop at Inch Strand for Dingle Oysters and Guinness), late starters in the AM and...More
The hosts Brian and Beata were very friendly and helpful without being intrusive. Breakfast was excellent. TV and WIFI were great. Rooms were very clean, compact and well appointed. Staying here was a great start to walking the Dingle Way.
Many thanks to Brian, Beata and Paula for their Great hospitality while staying with them. They made our stay very enjoyable with great service and great food while we were visting family . Don & Caron