Annascaul House B&B

Annascaul House B&B

Annascaul House B&B is situated in the heart of Annascaul village. The village comprises of several pubs/restaurants including the pub orginally established by Antarctic explore Tom Crean (South Pole Inn). Annascaul is located on the Dingle Peninsula on the main Tralee to Dingle road (10 miles to Dingle, 20 miles from Tralee). Jerome Connor, a renowned sculptor, was also born in Annascaul. One of his most impressive pieces is the Lusitania Monument in Cobh, Co. Cork.

Annascaul House BB Dining Room

Annascaul House is close to all amenities, shops, pubs, restaurants, pottery shop. There is entertainment in the evening which consists of set dancing, live music, craic agus ceol (fun and singing). We are very close to many excellent sandy beaches, lakes, rivers, mountain walks. We’re also ideally located for those which to visit the North Kerry as well as the rest of the Dingle Peninsula.

All of our rooms and en-suite and include a TV and complimentary tea/coffee facilities. We’re family friendly and have a cot and offer babysitting facilities so Mom and Dad can have a night out for themselves. You are welcome to put your feet up by our open log fire, and for those who wish to cycle to around the local country lanes and visit nearby beaches and lake, you can avail of our bicycle hire at very reasonable rates.

Annascaul House B&B Facilities

  • All rooms en-suite
  • Cot available
  • TV in all rooms
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Packed lunch on request
  • Fishing Rod Hire
  • Breakfast menu
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Hair-drier
  • Private Parking
  • Log Fire
  • Private Garden
  • Shops Nearby
  • Babysitting Facilities

Room Rates:

  • 1 Night Double Room Per Person Sharing = €30
  • 1 Night Twin Per Person Sharing = €30
  • 1 Night Triple Per Person Sharing = €30
  • 1 Night Four Family Room Per Person Sharing = €24

Booking Enquiries:

Noel & Moira,
Annascaul House,
Co. Kerry

Telephone: +353 (0) 66 9157033

Annascaul Lake Kerry

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