"The Dingle Peninsula in Co Kerry, Ireland, can very reasonably be considered one of the most naturally beautiful places on earth," said the international website. Click to read the Irish Independent article. 'Annascaul Lake'
This video is a bit long but it is well worth your time so maybe save it for your lunch break. Shot recently by two Canadian tourists while they spent three weeks here, and posted on Reddit Ireland last night, it makes this little place feel very big indeed. The pair travelled all around the country so this clip covers most of the things you’d expect to see, like the Guinness Storehouse, Cliffs of Moher, Rock of Cashel etc… but the rather excellent editing, and great music, makes the old, familiar places look great. With lots of pictures of all the food, drinks, and ...
Two German guests, Thomas & Maria, cycling the Dingle Peninsula in style, .
Annascaul is at the heart of the Dingle Peninsula and is a walkers paradise. Within a 20 minute drive of the village there are ten 750 meter with spectacular steep gorges, awesome cliff faces and wonderful scenery Inch beach is a mere 5 minute drive, the mystical beauty of Com Dubh nestles in our mountains and the history and adventuring of Tom Crean, William Hussey and Mary O Donnell and many others seeps out of every crag, headland and ruin in our parish. Annascaul village offers you wonderful craic and friendship in ours pubs, food-houses, B&B's and hostels. Enjoy our walks, ...
Inch beach is one of Irelands most beautiful blue flag beaches, great for walking, surfing or just relaxing,and only a 5 minute drive (or 30 minute cycle) from us in Annascaul.
Travelling around Ireland in a car? Walking the Dingle Way? Why not take a day a spend it seeing the beautiful Annascaul/ Inch area by bike. Annascaul lake, Inch beach, Minard castle are all accessible by bike and a great way to see them.
This year we have two Tuscan Hybrid Bikes (Male & Female) for our guests to rent. All safety gear & maps supplies are supplied. Email us for details.
Annascaul Black Pudding is an artisan homemade black pudding. The Irish black pudding was first made when Ashe’s shop was established in Annascaul in 1916.
The original black pudding recipe has been handed down through three generations of the Ashe family. Continuing in that tradition, Annascaul Black Pudding is handmade by Thomas Ashe on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry.
It is a unique Irish black pudding, is high in iron, contains no artificial additives or preservatives and is low in fat.
Annascaul Black Pudding is renowned for its’ smoothness of texture, rich flavour and high nutritional values. Its’ versatility makes it an ideal element of many meals such as the traditional Irish breakfast, a delicious snack served on crostini with spicy chutney, canapés of black pudding and rhubarb pastries, black pudding lasagne etc. For such reasons Annascaul Black Pudding is the preferred choice for many of Ireland’s best known chefs.
White pudding, dry-cured Rashers and home made traditional pork sausages complement the black pudding. They are also made by hand, using only the highest quality Irish ingredients. Our sausages have half of the fat of competing sausages, are very high in meat content and are described by John McKenna as “peppery, porky perfection”. The rashers are dry cured by hand and are thick-cut.
Our newest family member is our pork and black pudding sausage. It is a great marriage of pork and black pudding.
Have a look at what people have to say about our products under “Product Reviews” to see if we might tempt you….
Annascaul Black Pudding Co offer you suburb quality, combined with personal service.
We only serve Ashes meat in our B&B Irish Breakfast.
CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF HISTORY.
Tom Crean’s epic solo march to save Teddy Even’s life for which he received the Albert medal for bravery.
Faha – Mount Brandon – Brandon Peak – An Gearan – Ballysitteragh – Connor Hill Car Park – Sliabh Maca Re – An Cnapan Mor – Windy Gap – Cnoc Mhaoilionain – Com Dubh Beag
Receive your very own Tom Crean medallion from one of our special guest explorers at the finish line.