Address49 Lower Gardiner Street Dublin 1 DublinSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Most B&Bs round these parts offer pretty much the same stuff: TV, half-decent shower, clean linen and tea- and coffee-making facilities. The Anchor does all of that, but it just has an elegance you won't find in many of the other B&Bs along this stretch. This lovely Georgian guesthouse, with its delicious wholesome breakfasts, comes highly recommended by readers. They're dead right.
Our independent authors have visited Anchor Guesthouse and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in North of the Liffey.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Cable TV
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
Description provided by property
Anchor Guesthouse is a 4-storey, Georgian Townhouse, located in the heart of Dublin City with easy access to Dublin Airport and Ferry Port. Shops, Theatres, Hop on Bus Tours & many 'must see' Tourism Sites are within easy walking distance. The guesthouse offers 22 En suite, fully-equipped guest rooms.
All of our bedrooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, & multi channel satellite television. All are centrally heated & are fully ensuite with showers. Bedroom Tea / Coffee facilities are available on request. All bedrooms are meticulously serviced, tidied & cleaned on a daily basis.
Our Guest Sitting Room is enabled as a Wi-fi 'Hotspot', for wireless equipped Laptop users who need to use the Internet. Access to this service is is free of charge to our Guests.
You are welcome to Check - in with us from 07:30 AM. Rooms will be made available, at once, if unoccupied from the previous night, or as soon as is practicably possible otherwise. Baggage storage is available for early arrivals, & also for those with late onward journeys from Dublin.
Secure lock-up Car Parking is available, but must be reserved in advance, as space is limited. Parking costs 20.00 per night. We suggest that a car is not at all required at our location. Plan to hire a car, upon departure from our Guesthouse, if you plan travel onwards out of Dublin.
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