Anchor House B&B – Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Dublin, Ireland

Anchor House B&B

Anchor House B&B – ONE OF DUBLIN’S MOST CHARMING B&BS

The Anchor House B&B Dublin is regarded as one of Dublin’s most charming City Centre Bed & Breakfasts.

This former 1790’s home is located within a few minutes walk of Dublin’s popular tourist attractions, which include Temple Bar, Grafton Street, Henry Street, Trinity College, The O2, Dublin Convention Centre, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Guinness Storehouse, Stephen’s Green, Dublin Castle, Croke Park Stadium, & the Aviva Stadium on Landsdowne Road.

The Anchor House B&B is perfectly situated in the city centre, 200 metres from The Central Bus Station Tram Stop, to the rear of Gandon’s Custom House.

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Ballycommane House & Garden – Gay Owned B&B Near Dublin

Ballycommane House & Garden - Gay Owned B&B Near Dublin

BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED IRISH FARMHOUSE

Ballycommane House & Garden – a charming Irish country home on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Tucked away in the green rolling hills of West Cork and surrounded by mature gardens, Ballycommane House is most inviting for relaxation. The sweeping views from the house and its well-tended gardens present the Irish landscape like in a nutshell: sheep grazing on green pastures, cultivated farmland, dense forests and wild open hills. Dotted with old Irish stone houses, the surrounding countryside exudes an intriguing Old World charm.

Located on the famous Wild Atlantic Way, this accommodation is the ideal base for touring or walking Mizen Head, the Sheep’s Head and Beara peninsula. There are lovely sandy beaches nearby, most inviting for a swim during the summertime.

The hosts, though not Irish, like to follow the Irish tradition of a home from home culture to ensure a pleasant and enjoyable stay for all guests.

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Anchor House B&B – Dublin, Ireland

Anchor House B&B Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay: The Anchor House Dublin is regarded as one of Dublin’s most charming City Centre Bed & Breakfasts. This former 1790’s home is located within a few minutes walk of Dublin’s popular tourist attractions, which include Temple Bar, Grafton Street, Henry Street, Trinity College, The O2, Dublin Convention Centre, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Guinness Storehouse, Stephen’s Green, Dublin Castle, Croke Park Stadium, & the Aviva Stadium on Landsdowne Road. The Anchor House B&B is perfectly situated in the city centre, 200 metres from The Central Bus Station Tram Stop, to the rear of Gandon’s Custom House. The easiest & most economical way to reach us from Dublin Airport is by using the Dublin Bub No. 41. It may be better to use the Dublin Bus Airlink No. 747 with heavy baggage. A Taxi will cost 20 to 25 Euro, which might best suit a group of 3 or 4.

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Dublin – A Walk Through Time

Dublin_screen_2 Google has teamed up with Irish historians and experts to bring the Dublin of days long gone to life on screens around the world. For the centenary of the 1916 Dublin Rising, one of Ireland’s most significant historical events, Google and a team of experts from Ireland 2016 and Century Ireland have created an interactive map allowing users to digitally travel back in time and visit the Rising’s key places. Leading the way for the country to partially break free of the United Kingdom to form the Republic of Ireland, the Rising’s impact on Dublin is hardly visible around the capital today.

By Stefanie Gerdes – Full Story at Gay Star News

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