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Annagh House Reviews

301, Clontarf Road, Dublin, Ireland

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15 Total Reviews
  • 93%Value For Money
  • 93%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 97%Staff
  • 93%Atmosphere
  • 97%Cleanliness
  • 93%Facilities

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We really enjoyed out time in this wonderful guest house. The atmosphere was open and friendly. The owners were kind, helpful, courteous, and genuinely nice people would did their best to make the guests feel welcome without being intrusive. The location is by the sea; it is tranquil and quite without being too far from the city centre.

  • 27th Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Ireland
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Lovely bed and breakfast. Room is very comfortable and the beds are firm. It is right across the street from the water and there is a lovely path for walking and running. There is a direct bus into Abbey Street which is just a short walk to the main fair. I would recommend euro change - 2.60 I believe for the bus each way or if you are there for a way a Leapster or Day ticket. Nice host and hostess. I would stay there again.


Wonderful place to see Dublin. Bus stop outside, DART close by. 10 minutes to city. John, the host was helpful beyond expectation and breakfast was the usual Irish feast. Beautiful decor in sitting room with comfortable furniture.We will definitely stay here again.

  • 14th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Male, 41+
  • (1 review)


Pros: Great location on the seashore, on the edge of a nice, tidy suburban area. The shoreline itself is not so great, it's somewhat industrial, sg like Sandymount. It's close to Howth and Malahide - they are a must to visit. Very good bus service to the city. Very friendly and hospitable hosts. Cosy, home-like athmosphere - it was like living with an Irish family for a while. Cons: Strong, bubbling noises in the night, maybe caused by the water pipes or central heating system. A bit pricey.

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