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We arrived to stay one night to catch the early ferry, I am glad we did, the rooms were very dated, woodworm in one of the chairs. The breakfast was just plonked in front of you, no asking what you wanted. Host was not at...More
This was my first stay in Clontarf, at Annagh House and I was very pleased. When I first looked at Annagh House on line I was immediately drawn to its comfort and the fact that it was away from the City Centre. Clontarf itself is...More
This is a very beautiful older home that has been totally refurbished by John and Delia. Our room was in the front part of the second floor and was overlooking the water. The view was beautiful. The location is great because you're not in the...More
This was our first trip to Dublin, we wanted a peaceful location within easy reach of the centre. This is perfect. Fine room, John and Delia are lovely hosts, extremely helpful but not obtrusive, very pleasant dining room and the breakfast was really good and...More
The rooms are tired and very basic. Breakfast was poor and very obviously the cheapest they could buy. On the positive the location was good and owner was helpful if not lacking in manners occasionally.
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Yes, the #130 bus stops outside the B&B en route to Connolly Station and vice versa. Very handy service every 10 minutes or so. No airport link though, you'll need a taxi - or take a bus from the airport to the bus station... More
Yes, the #130 bus stops outside the B&B en route to Connolly Station and vice versa. Very handy service every 10 minutes or so. No airport link though, you'll need a taxi - or take a bus from the airport to the bus station (busaras, nearly opposite Connolly station) and then the #130 bus from there.