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Anchor House DublinThe Anchor House Dublin offers boutique city centre bed and breakfast accommodation, The Anchor House is located in Gardiner Street Dublin which is one of Dublin’s best known Georgian Streets; Gardiner Street Dublin is historically, culturally, politically and architecturally important due to its unique history.

The Anchor House was originally built in the 1790s and was home to the Georgian gentry of the time. The Anchor House is a family owned and managed Dublin City Centre Bed and Breakfast that prides itself on personal service and customer satisfaction.

As well as being located in one of Dublin’s most historically important streets, the Anchor House is within a few minutes’ walk of Dublin’s most popular attractions and venues, Temple Bar, Trinity College, Grafton Street, Dublin Convention Centre, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Guinness Storehouse, Stephen’s Green, Dublin Castle, Chester Beatty Library, Croke Park, Aviva Stadium and much more.

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

Use the LUAS Tram or walk to the O2 Arena, & The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from The Anchor Guesthouse, along the beautifully redeveloped Liffey Quays.

Anchor Guesthouse DublinThe Aviva Stadium is easily reached from nearby Tara Street Train Station. Tara Street Station is a 4 minute walk from The Anchor B&B.

See our Dublin Guide for information on top Dublin attractions, sports venues, concert venues (we have put a list of all upcoming events on each venue page). If you need any further information please contact us.

Limited parking available for guests, please book space in advance. See our parking page for prices.

The easiest & most economical way to reach us from Dublin Airport is by using the #41 Bus.  It may be better to use the Airlink #747 with heavy baggage. A Taxi will cost 20 to 25 Euro, which might best suit a group of 3 or 4.

The Map attached pinpoints our City Centre location

 

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