The Four Winds B&B

Four Winds Accommodation

Located at the Annascaul village in County Kerry, Four Winds B&B is perfect for visitors who wish to enjoy the many natural attractions of this wonderful area.

Besides the stunning views of Annascaul, with views of the Maum Road which leads to Inch, the Lake area and mountains, Four Winds B&B boasts a tranquil well kept garden, private car park, wi-fi Internet, and tea/coffee facilities for guest use. The house is full of genuine cosy country character.

Four Winds B&B Annascaul

Annascaul is a “walkers paradise” with walks to suit every fitness level, including several looped road walks, hill walks, mountain paths and beach walks. The peaceful setting of the Four Winds B&B is ideally located with views of the entire area, a perfect place from which to plan your daily outings.

A short stroll from the accommodation will bring you to the old bridge and into the village. Why not stop off at the South-Pole Inn. This historic public house was once owned and run by famous explorer Tom Crean.

Annascaul Lake View From The Four Winds B&B

Four Winds bed and breakfast AnnascaulDirections

There is a sign post close to the bridge in the village.  The accommodation is less than 500 meters up the road facing the bridge, it’s the 3rd bungalow on left side. Just look out for the Four Winds Bed & Breakfast sign on your left, you can’t miss it.


  • B&B rooms en suite
  • Wi-fi Internet Access
  • Breakfast Included
  • Picnic Tables On Grounds
  • Private Car Parking
  • Tea/Coffee
  • TV in B&B Room
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board

Welcome To The Four Winds B&B AnnascaulMake A Booking Enquiry:

Annascaul (Dingle Peninsula),
County Kerry.

Contact Mrs Kathleen O’Connor
Tel: +353 66 9157168
Fax: +353 66 9157174

A Warm Welcome Awaits

Kathleen’s home cooked bread is a real treat, and you’ll enjoy her friendly hospitality and warm welcome when you visit Four Winds B&B.

the four winds bb


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