Ardrinane House B&B, Annascaul

 

 

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Ardrinane House is a family-run bed and breakfast situated in the centre of Annascaul Village and on the Dingle Way Trail. Across the road from the house is the South Pole Inn, known for it’s previous owner, and famous Antarctic explorer, Tom Crean. The pub is one of several places in the village to get an evening meal.All the bedrooms in Ardrinane House have ensuites with a shower and television. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in the Guest Lounge where there is also a selection of videos and dvds to watch. Guests are also invited to enjoy the landscaped gardens and listen to the soothing sound of the Owenascaul River.There are several other signposted local loop walks in Annascaul to entice the Dingle Way walker to stay for a second day. Bicycles can also be hired out for the day in the village. When leaving for Dingle, Ardrinane House can provide luggage transport to the next accommodation on the route and also prepare a packed lunch with enough given notice.

 


Phone:  066-9157119
Email: ardrinanehouse@eircom.net
Website: www.ardrinane.com
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The heart of the Dingle Peninsula: the village of Annascaul lies among mountains, lakes and streams and is surrounded by history and beauty.

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