The Old Anchor Inn B&B Annascaul

Address: Main Street, Annascaul, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Main Street, Annascaul, is near Skellig Michael and The Dingle Peninsula.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Anchor Inn B&B Annascaul

    Reviewed by chris_a

    Great host & excellent food

    Reviewed Jul 21, 2015
    by (25 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    Quaint setting close to the centre of town. Brian was a great host and a jack-of-all trades, managing check-in, front of house and kitchen duties as well as dispensing advice on the weather, the town, the Dingle Way, etc.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by goddessphoto

    Cozy But A Tad Too Small

    Reviewed Sep 8, 2013
    by (7 reviews) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

    Loved Brian and Bee, but the rooms that slept all 3 of us was too small to be comfortable.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by alice-patrick

    Real Nice Place

    Reviewed Aug 20, 2013
    by (11 reviews) Hamtramck, Michigan , United States Flag of United States

    Great location right in village.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Old Anchor Inn B&B Annascaul

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Annascaul

    Dingle Way - Day 2, Camp to Annascaul

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 21, 2015

    4 photos

    Our walk for the day started at around 8:45am - after breakfast and our good byes to Joanna (our B&B host) - with a 1 kilometre uphill walk to the start of today's leg of the Dingle Way. The walk started from outside the pub we had dined in last night and progressed steadily uphill for about an hour and a half as we climbed towards a gap in the …

    Not quite like Leap year, but...

    A travel blog entry by cpelaez on Nov 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... the hostel at around noon and stopped at The Rock of Dunamase in Limerick County. It is an old castle, which is pretty much in ruins, but it has some of the best views in Ireland because it is on a little bit of a hill. We also stopped at a McDonald's, in which the Large size stuff is the size of a Medium or even smaller in the states. Then we finally got home and I think that is my last weekend trip while I am here.

    Killarney and the Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by hansonerin on May 31, 2013

    4 photos

    ... Then saw Ross Castle and walked back. Fun. Dinner was ok. Had lovely Irish singers and muscians and dancers. Big group. Turns out the dirctor had his 4 daughters in the group: one playing cello, one is the lead soprano and two other singers. Mom was there too. Wow. The dancer was good. She taught some steps to us at the end. Then Markos was teaching her Greek dancing..Dennis was wondering if he should do the Hora. Tired, ...

    St. Patrick's Day Part 2

    A travel blog entry by oneal on Mar 17, 2013

    8 photos

    The parade was pretty long and exciting for the most part. There were a couple of great marching bands, some military representation, dance schools and local sports clubs with lots of children looking tired and quite frozen in the chilly wind. Also, there was a large variety of very strange performers that we did not at all understand, but they were entertaining! Several African nations were represented and the people wore their traditional clothing and danced or ...

    An Daingean - A Dingle Experience

    A travel blog entry by marybc on May 17, 2012

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... it was the sheep that dotted fields that were many shades of green (with grey rock ‘fences’ thrown in) or the ocean crashing on to rocky cliffs or rolling surf on to vast sandy beaches….each turn made us stop to take yet another picture. When you see the unforgiving landscape you wonder how anyone could make a living here. You also wonder how anyone would wish to return once they had made their way to the New ...