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My sister and I were traveling around Ireland, making reservations as we went, and were lucky enough to come across this gem. From the moment we arrived, John made us feel at home, and was exceptionally gracious and accommodating, despite the late hour. The next...More
I stayed only for two nights in Dublin to visit some friends and I was really delighted by this B&B. Fantastic location right across from the sea. Good for a wonderful walk in the evening breathing the fresh air. I arrived in the late afternoon...More
We stayed for a week while in Dublin to attend a wedding. The location is excellent - right across from the sea, with a few good restaurants nearby, excellent bus service, and a beautiful walk across the bridge to a nice beach. It's a lovely...More
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
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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.