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Annagh House

Clontarf, Dublin

Open all year

In Clontarf

Tourist Board Rating:  


County Dublin

Meet your host…

John & Delia Devlin

A warm welcome awaits you at Annagh House Bed and Breakfast.

301 Clontarf Road
Dublin 3

Spectacularly refurbished Victorian residence in the seaside suburb of Clontarf, County Dublin, Annagh House is the ideal base for a getaway in the Irish capital. With old world charm and modern comforts, guests can truly unwind in the welcoming atmosphere. In coastal Clontarf visitors can stroll the promenade, enjoy the views from Dollymount Beach, indulge in great restaurants, and explore North Bull Island Nature Reserve - a UNESCO graded bird and mammal sanctuary. Dublin city is quickly reached by bus or train, where visitors can enjoy the best of Irish culture at a wealth of museums, galleries and theatres. 

How to get here

Take bus 130 from Lower Abbey Street in Dublin city centre. The house is located 5km from city centre - heading northwards along the Coast Road.

Bus Routes: 130

Sat Nav: Lat (53.3602) - Long (-6.1847)


  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking

Customer Reviews



28 Jul 2014 

Lovely House. We enjoyed staying with John - kind man! Good and propper breakfast that preppared us well for our hole-day-city-tour. We will come back!

Pat Walsh

08 Jan 2013 

Lovely BB with a large bedrooms, a GREAT water view and close proximity to Center City. A really easy bus ride to OConnell St and Temple Bar. We could have a Guinness or two and not worry about driving back. John is an exceptional host who steered us away from the "tourist traps" and toward more local venues. A "must" if youre visiting Dublin.


08 Dec 2012 

Perfect location, minutes from bus stop and very short ride to city centre. Delicious breakfast and friendly proprietors

Catherine Wenglowski

31 Oct 2012 

The Annagh House was a wonderful B B. The hosts were wonderful, providing us with loads of information. The breakfast and chats were fabulous. This B B is right on a bus route, with transportation into Dublin City every 5 minutes and only a 10 - 15 minute ride and most importantly for us, a walk to pubs to get a pub meal after arriving later at night. Beautiful view of the coast line and we could see the cruise ships docked at the port. Would highly recommend the Annagh House.

nancy gradeless

07 Oct 2012 

We were very happy with our stay at Annagh House. We were ony there for a very short time and had to leave at 330am to catch an early plane but we were most happy with the room and all the comforts. Thank you for making our short stay most enjoyable. we love your location on the Irish sea


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