The Anchor Guesthouse
is a 3 star rated hotel located in the district of approximately 400yds from the Dublin city center.
Rates from just €52 per room per night.
The Anchor Guesthouse is a 2-minute walk to Dublin’s Central Bus Station, which provides regular services to Dublin Airport.
There is a 24-hour reception and rooms have satellite TVs.
Bedrooms at the Guesthouse Anchor include shower rooms, hair dryers, ironing facilities and radios. There is free Wi-Fi in the public areas of the guesthouse.
Trinity College, Dublin Castle and Croke Park are all within an 800 metre radius of the Anchor.
Temple Bar has many bars and restaurants and is less than a 10-minute walk away.
Friendly staff can assist with local transport information, car hire and sightseeing recommendations. The nearest LUAS tram stop is just a 2-minute walk from the Anchor.
There are many attractions near this hotel, the closest of which being the Custom House which is little more than an approximate 2 minute walk away.
Also within walking distance are the Nightlife: Abbey Theatre, St. Mary's Pro Cathedral, Shopping: Clery's Department Store and Famine Memorial. From these attractions, if there is one you shouldn't miss it would be the St. Mary's Pro Cathedral. This attraction has been given a 4 star rating by our reporters, making it one of Dublin's best.
See the list below for all attractions and their distance from the Anchor Guesthouse.
A number of restaurants are located within just a few minutes walk from the Anchor Guesthouse. The nearest restaurant to the hotel is the O'Sheas which is only 2 minutes away and serves European cuisine. If this doesn't suit your tastes, then there are other restaurants nearby that might be more to your liking. For example the Le Bon Crubeen (French), Il Vignardo Restaurant (Italian), Thai Spice (Thai) and The Pantry Restaurant (No Category) are all 4 minutes walk from the Anchor Guesthouse.
Nearby Public Transport
Within 500 meters of this hotel are a number of stations (Busáras and Connolly Station), giving access to the Greystones - Howth, Greystones - Malahide and Red Line lines.
The quickest way to the city center (taken as Trinity College) from the Anchor Guesthouse is by foot. It should take about 10 minutes.
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