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Four Winds Bed & Breakfast

Kathleen O'Connor, Annascaul, Dingle Peninsula.

Located at the Annascaul village in County Kerry, Four Winds B&B is perfect for visitors who wish to enjoy the many natural attractions of this wonderful area. We are located beside the famous Dingle Way route, with access via Annascaul Lake, and Minard only a short drive away.

Besides the stunning views of Annascaul, with views of the Maum Road which leads to Inch, the Lake area and mountains, Four Winds B&B boasts a tranquil well kept garden, private car park, wi-fi Internet, and tea/coffee facilities for guest use. The house is full of genuine cosy country character.

Enjoy a comfortable stay in our Annascaul Bed and Breakfast, on the Dingle Peninsula.
The Four Winds B&B Annascaul

B&B Facilities

Four Winds Bed & Breakfast central to several beaches, rivers, lakes and towns.

  • B&B rooms en suite
  • Wi-fi Internet Access
  • Breakfast Included
  • Picnic Tables On Grounds
  • Private Car Parking
  • Tea/Coffee
  • TV in B&B Room
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board

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Bed and Breakfast Amenities

Annascaul Breakfast Sun Rooms

Enjoy your breakfast in comfort while looking out onto the tranquil landscaped garden and grounds of the Four Winds. The breakfast room is full of Irish county charm, and you're sure to enjoy the Kathleen's home baked bread and delicious breakfast menu.

The Bedrooms

The cosy bedrooms are warm and welcoming after a day of exploring the region. Each B&B room is on-suite and has a TV and tea/coffee facilities, so you can really relax and take some time off. There is also a free wi-fi connection for visitors who what to email home or blog about their adventures.

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About The Village

Annascaul is a “walkers paradise” with walks to suit every fitness level, including several looped road walks, hill walks, mountain paths and beach walks. The peaceful setting of the Four Winds B&B is ideally located with views of the entire area, a perfect place from which to plan your daily outings.

A short stroll from the Four Winds will bring you to the old bridge and into the village. Why not stop off at the South-Pole Inn when passing? This historic public house was once owned and run by famous explorer Tom Crean.

Annascaul is the birthplace of famous Antarctic explorer Tom Crean.

Internationally renowned sculptor Jerome Connor was also born in Annascaul. One of his most impressive pieces is the Lusitania monument in Cobh, Co. Cork.

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Things To Do


Annascaul Lake Walk

Annascaul and Inch lie in the southern foothills of the Slieve Mish mountains. This range forms the backbone of the Dingle Peninsula and rises to peaks of over 2,000 feet. Mountains and beaches are an exciting combination offering amazing views and many possibilities for recreation. Walking in the area ranges from sea level to the mountains around Annascaul's lake and river. The "Dingle Way" passes through Inch and Annascaul. We also have our own way-marked walks. Wherever you walk, the views are breathtaking, the countryside unspoilt, and the routes unfrequented. The Annascaul Walking Festival is held over the October bank holiday weekend. It is a three-day guided walking festival.


Annascaul's lake and rivers provide excellent freshwater fishing. Inch Strand is an acknowledged international shore angling venue.

Surfing and Swiming

Professional Surfing schools operate on the three miles of golden sand that is the reknowned INCH strand. All gear and boards are provided for the eager novice or the accomplished surfer.

The Peninsula is surrounded by the Atlantic and washed by the Gulf Stream, giving pure ocean water, a mild climate and a clean environment for bathing, surfing, sailing and wind surfing.


Stories abound of giants such as Cu Chulainn who is said to have inhabited this area. The supposed ruins of his house and castle are in the mountains above Annascaul Lake.

Archaeological Sites

The area boasts the highest density of archaeological sites and antiquities in the land. We have evidence of several periods of early development abounding in the area. The Neolithic Stone Age has left several cultivated sites. The Bronze Age has left us with megalithic wedge graves, Ogham stones, standing stones, and cup and circle stones. The Iron Age coincided with the arrival of the Celts and has left evidence in the shape of the hill, ring and promontory forts. The Christian period has left monastic sites, beehive huts and small beautiful churches.

How To Find Us:

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The Four Winds B&B accommodation is located at Annacaul village, just 450 m from The South Pole Inn. See our location on a map and get directions. Click here to check out our location on our Map >>

Room Rate In Euro (€)

Per Person Sharing  Euro
1 Night B&B Double En-suite per person sharing €35
1 Night B&B Single En-suite €45
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