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Offering mountain views, Annascaul Train Carriage suit couple and 2 children in Annascaul offers accommodation and a garden.
Nice and smart convertion of a train carriage! The place was confortable, very clean and nicely decorated.
Situated less than 10 minutes’ drive from Inch surfers’ beach, Inspiration Lodge is a traditional Irish thatched cottage which offers picturesque views of the Slieve Mish mountain range.
nice, cute, clean, quiet, friendly staff. awesome location
Dingle Way Glamping in Anascaul features barbecue facilities and a garden.
We stayed in the blue wagon. Upon arrival we got a lot of information from the owners about what we could do in the area. Location was very nice and calm, the small village has a lot to offer for its size, pubs cafes etc. And very nice nature on top of that. Personal and nice Place to stay, I would come again.
Situated in Annascaul in the Kerry region, Brackloon Lodge-Brackluin features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking.
Ken was a gracious host and answered all of our questions. He helped arrange dinner for our family after a late arrival and offered guidance to our morning itinerary. The rooms are lovely in person and the beds are extremely comfortable. Overall exceeded our expectations! Highly recommend!
Located in Annascaul and only 13 km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium, Traditional Irish Farmhouse provides accommodation with sea views, free WiFi and free private parking.
Super friendly host, great breakfast, very clean place, beautiful location, sweet dog (Molly)
Set in Annascaul and only 22 km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium, Swallows Rest offers accommodation with mountain views, free WiFi and free private parking.
The property is gorgeous and incredibly comfortable every detail designed to perfection. The landscape is very inspiring as you are viewing the mountains amid the soft sweet fields. I loved the beautiful patio out front and the wheelchair accessible spacious and beautiful bathroom. The property is wheelchair accessible and even has a drive that delivers one to the front door. Swallows Rest has everything one might desire. The breakfasts were so delicious, with fresh fruit, delicious jams and breads, cereals and an amazing mains menu including the full Irish with farm fresh eggs, gluten free (by order) pancakes and more by Katherine. I felt very pampered and welcomed, I will return and can’t wait. As a solo traveler I loved the accessible walk to nearby Annascual where I was able to take in the beautiful scenery and also enjoy Hanafin’s pub and the South Pole pub. Go early or make a reservation because the restaurants get very busy. The main road has waking/biking trails all the way to town and the road to Swallows Rest is quiet and felt safe.
Featuring garden views, Railway cottage Annascaul offers accommodation with a patio and a coffee machine, around 18 km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium.
The setting was lovely, peaceful and calm to come into. The town centre was minutes walk away where we met lovely local people over dinner.
Seascapes has sea views, free WiFi and free private parking, set in Inch, 50 metres from Inch Beach.
Absolutely amazing place! Modern and comfortable at the same time. Our room was of a really high standard. Adding the beautiful views it makes the place unusual in all aspects. Fully recommended!
Thrilling, panoramic views of Inch Beach can be enjoyed at this beach house, along with home-cooked cuisine and rooms overlooking the ocean. Guests can enjoy free parking.
The location & view! Tea & coffee facilities in the room & bottles of water. Our room was serviced daily. & very specious.
Stopped overnight during a motorcycle trip along the Wild Atlantic Way. I was interested to see Tom Crean's pub and the memorial to him across the road. The day's ride there around the coast from Galway was truly spectacular and Annascaul was a charming, comfortable and interesting place to rest over. Had great food in one pub and a few pints in The South Pole Inn which was full of great photos and memorabilia. The Tom Crean memorial across the road was a moving place to be, alone in the late evening sunlight. It is a quiet town with a lot less of the tourist hustle and bustle of some of the other Kerry towns. Highly reccomended
The house is beautiful and the host extremely helpful and friendly. The rooms are not en-suite, which might not suit everyone. But the price is very reasonable, and we really enjoyed staying there. It's a home from home.
It's a village and the local people are friendly and will chat to one o the street or in the two main bars. There isn't a great choice of restaurants so one is confined to The South Pole Inn. Lovely staff, but fried fast food only. There's a tiny chipper whose fish in batter I can recommend. Annascaul is a decent base to explore the area and for me, Castlegregory is a nearby gem. There's a tiny beach near Annascaul itself, deserted and gorgeous. Camp boasts another lovely beach. There's a delightful forest walk from the south Pole Inn and I'd recommend a trip to Lake Annascaul, but bring walking shoes and pray to dont meet a car coming towards you on the narrow, winding Road to and from this silent, glorious place.
Great location to access the Dingle Peninsula. If you are into hiking and adventure then you'll love the history of this town. It's the birthplace of Tom Crean, the Antarctic Explorer. The South Pole Inn is a wonderful tribute to this unsung hero. His grave is located about 2km from the town if you want to pay respects.
Annascaul is famous for tom cream explorer.its a must for anyone into Shackleton or scott.lots of crean memorabilia in the south pole inn.the pub he used to own.his burial site is a few minutes from the village and there is a statue of the man in the park.
Annascaul is a tiny village with big story. Tom Crean the celebrated Antarctic explorer is a well deserved local hero and his family's pub is a central hub for walkers, locals and tourists alike. There's not much else in the village, but it is the perfect base for the surrounding area. It is very convenient to Dingle and the gateway to the gorgeous west coastal drive of Slea Head, but it does not cost as much per night. But besides Dingle, from Annascaul you can easily visit Inch Beach, Glentanassig lakes, more beaches and great restaurants at the Maharees/Castlegregory and the town of Tralee has all the shopping, restaurants and entertainment you could need. Even Killarney and the Ring Of Kerry are an easy drive.