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I stayed at Annagh House for 17 nights for a business trip.
This B&B is quiet and the neighborhood is safe.
I didn't try the breakfast, so I can't judge it.
The rooms are not luxurious and hence the low rate.
The owners are nice...More
We enjoyed our three night stay. John was a very helpful host. The room was a good size, however the bathroom only tiny. No luggage stands, so the bags went on the floor or chair and the bed is only average comfort. Wifi is strong...More
Annagh House is the perfect place to explore Dublin. It is located in tranquil Clontarf away from the centre of Dublin, however the nearest bus stop is less than 50M away, and the 130 bus will whisk you to the City Centre in less than...More
We stayed here for 4 nights recently and could not have met a more friendly couple than John and Delia. Our bedroom was very comfortable and we slept soundly in this quiet suburb of Dublin. A total contrast to the city but only a short...More
We stayed here for two nights when first arriving in Ireland. Annagh House is a very nice B&B in Clontarf, right on the water. It's a great place to stay if you want to be out of Dublin's city centre, and it's only 10mins or...More
Response from paxFrance | Reviewed this property |
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.