Enjoyed almost everything about this B&B. Comes with full breakfast if you book online with the Anchor. Watch for price breaks by day of the week and season. But don't sit next to the dumbwaiter which crashes and bashes to deliver breakfasts. Security is good. You must leave your key when you go out and buzz to be let back in. Room and bathroom satisfactory. (We were in the back part across an enclosed corridor. Only problem was the 5am garbage truck - regular as an alarm clock). Friendly greeting at the check in each time and they let us store our gear when we arrived too early for check-in. Location is next to the Liffey and a bridge to take you into the shopping district (Temple Bar), or Trinity College. Walking time 15 minutes. Also close to the luas line (tram) to take you to Collins Barracks (Museum of decorative arts). Taking it the other direction takes you to the O2 concert venue in 15 minutes. The luas is next door to the to the bus depot (Busaras) for a quick trip out to Belfast to see the new Titanic Museum (highly recommended). Turning left out the door of the Anchor the first street is Talbot. A busy fun street to walk up. Leads you to a fine statue of James Joyce and the Spire (the stiffy by the Liffey the locals call it) a pointed free standing very tall shiny needle thingy. Talbot connects withe iconic O'Connell Street. Can recommend and would stay again.
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- We are a 3* family run guesthouse in Dublin City Center. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Anchor House Dublin Hotel Dublin