Comfortable B&B accommodation near Tralee
Tralee is the capital town of County Kerry and it has all the facilities of a county capital. You will find excellent shopping both in Tralee
Town Centre and in the Manor West Retail Park, stunning historic buildings, and splendid open spaces including the centrally located Tralee Town Park with its award winning Rose Garden and Garden of the Senses.
Tralee boasts a range of all-weather visitor attractions unmatched in any Irish regional town including the Aqua Dome Waterworld, Siamsa Tíre – the National Folk Theatre of Ireland, Kerry County Museum – Ireland’s most visited regional museum, and the historic Blennerville Windmill and Steam Railway, Tralee Ship Canal and the Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre.
What better way to relax and unwind after your day than to take in some traditional Irish Music in one of Tralee’s older pubs. For those looking for a livelier alternative, there are several late bars and nightclubs with a selection of live music and DJ’s to ensure you find what you are looking for.
Kerry is the Kingdom
Tralee and the surrounding area offers a wealth of paths and byroads ideally suited to a casual cyclist or hardened hillwalker.
Ard na Coille is centrally located for day trips to Dingle, Killarney National Park, Muckross House, or the Ring of Kerry. Which ever route you choose, you will be presented with the beauty and grandeur of Kerry; lakes and mountain views while finding ruined castles, ancient burial grounds, standing stones, sub-tropical plants and so much more.