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I was really impressed with this b and b. My partner and i stayed there for 2 nights. We got a warm welcome but not over the top which I really appreciated. The room and ensuite were spotless. The bed was really comfortable with nice...More
Well, what can you say about a place you've stayed in three times? To be recognized upon check in on our second visit surprised us. And we got the same reception on our arrival for stay number three. Family run, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was...More
We had booked two rooms, a triple for three ladies and a single for one man. The triple room which I was under the impression had three beds had a single bed and a king size bed. Not really a problem as, on occasions, we...More
We were only able to stay here for two nights, but thanks to the location, and the huge knowledge and helpfulness of Brian, we managed to make every second of our exploration of the Dingle Peninsula, count.
This is a very welcoming place - generous...More
The Old Anchor Inn was a perfect, cozy space to recharge. Brian and Beata are lovely and took care of everything. I would definitely recommend The Old Anchor Inn on your next trip to the Dingle Peninsula.
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