As you may have noticed, the area of Annascaul has a number of Bed & Breakfast options available when it comes to accommodation in the area. If you’re new to staying in B&B accommodation, then here are just some of the advantages which they have to offer.
Firstly, B&Bs are a great option for those who are keen to find a comfortable place to stay for the duration of their trip. Often B&Bs are converted houses, and tend to have a much more comfortable and homely atmosphere than many other types of accommodation. Most bed and breakfasts have a social room, where you can put your feet up in front of a nice open fire and access books and DVD’s about the local area. Many accommodation providers in the village offer free internet access for their visitors. This is great for uploading your holiday photos, and updating your social network before heading out for the evening.
Staying in B&B accommodation can also prove to be the best way of finding out all that you can about the area which you are visiting. Accommodation providers have lived in the village for a great many years, and so will be able to advise you on everything from the best local attractions at the time of your stay, to the local delicacies, including award winning Annascaul Black Pudding, which you won’t want to miss out on. If you’re keen to soak up the culture and lifestyle of Annascaul, then staying in a B&B can certainly help you to do this.
B&Bs are also a great way to keep the cost of your trip down, without compromising on comfort, as they are usually less expensive than hotel alternatives; and with breakfast included you can rest assured that you won’t have to go far for your morning meal. Just like hostels, there is usually a friendly and sociable atmosphere in most B&Bs, with the added benefit of being more personal, so you can enjoy a genuine Irish experience during your visit. Staying in bed and breakfast accommodation is also a great way to meet other visitors.
Activities you can experience while visiting the Dingle Peninsula region of County Kerry include surfing, kayaking, cycling, horse riding, swimming, walking & hiking, indoor/outdoor climbing wall, organised tours, and so much more.
We hope you enjoy your visit to Annascaul and all the that the Dingle Peninsula has to offer.