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As colorful as Galway but not nearly as busy, Tralee is a bustling and lively city on the west coast of Ireland in County Kerry. In the day, there is plenty to explore, and during the evening, there are trad sessions in plenty of pubs, featuring local musical talents. It is a town that preserves tradition but at the same time progresses forward with its industry and economy. Even as a major tourist destination, Tralee still holds onto the fabric of originality.
Your Tralee hostel can be reached by bus, by car, or by train. In the city, there are plenty of sights -- the Kerry County museum is a good place to start for an understanding of the historical background of the city. Tralee has seen much history and turmoil over the centuries, but it remains a strong and lively place nonetheless.
Just outside of Tralee is the Blennerville Windmill, which the largest windmill in Ireland and worth visiting if you like windmills. There are also some good archaeological sites with impressive ruins from the ancestors of Ireland. Casement's Fort is remarkably impressive, and even if you're not a history buff, it's still cool to see.
There are some grocery shops in Tralee, as well as a shopping center with all sorts of stores. Nightlife is quite lively, especially on the weekends. Seán Óg’s Bar does some wonderful trad sessions. Bailys Corner is also quite good, and the Osbourne is good for those into rock. No matter what your taste is, in music, however, there is probably someplace in Tralee where you can listen to it.
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"Castle Hostel is a clean, quiet, and modern hostel. It is also quite small, and the owners and their elderly relatives are a constant presence. If you are used to normal hostels where the common spaces are for the use of guests, this may not be the place for you. The Location The hostel is centrally located on the main street right in the heart of downtown Tralee, close to everything a visitor might want. It is about a five-minute walk...
Tralee Holiday Lodge
"… of comfortable en-suite rooms catering for large or small groups, families and individuals. It is an ideal location to relax and enjoy your holiday in Tralee. Our accommodation in Tralee is ideal if you are on a Cycling Holiday or Walking Holiday in Kerry. Facilities: All rooms en-suite Free to air TV Spacious dining area Launderette Spacious recreation lounge 24 Hour staffing Private Car park - off street parking Bicycle...
"Very friendly welcome & homey atmosphere - stayed here the end of August with friends. 15 euro each. great value for money. the rooms are quiet small but the hostel has a lovely homey atmosphere, the lady owner is so friendly. The restaurant in the basement serves gorgeous food, but it's a little pricey. great location, a cheap/cheerful place to stay." … "It was very good. We stayed two times with groups of young people (fifty...
Tower View Hostel
"… to get you out and about. Your green holiday itinerary is as follows: Saturday Arrival Day. Orientation. Journal instruction for the week. Sunday Lazy morning to relax and slow down. Wetlands Centre /bird walk to BlennervilleMonday Start your day with a self-guided nature walk In the afternoon, Tuesday Take a tour to tour to Dingle/Killarney Well send you with a picnic this day. Wednesday Spend the day Ballyheigue,...
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Camp Junction House B&B
"I am just back from staying at this B&B and i must say what a delight. John the owner was grand made us feel very welcome and was very friendly to all there. If we wanted to make tea or coffee we had the run of the kitchen. You wouldn't find that in many places these days. The views where breath taking from our room and the breakfast area. I would go back there in a shot." … "… bed and a single without a view -1 triple shared...
"… CHECK IN TIME IS AFTER 4PM, OR BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT. Late Breakfast available.We are close to all local amenities such as Tralee Theatre, the Aqua Dome, Cinema, Museums and many Pubs and Restaurants.We have six bedrooms, four of which are en-suite with tea/coffee making facilities. We can accommodate up to fifteen guests at a time. We have a family room (sleeps 4 or 5), a twin room, double/single room, two double rooms and a single...
"… breakfast available at an extra 5 per person. All bedrooms are ground floor with.en-suite shower rooms, in a quiet area while still being only a few minutes drive from Tralee town center and the heart of Kerry, a short drive to many attractions, activities and famous scenic routes and towns such as the Ring of Kerry, Killarney and Dingle.15 minutes drive to a selection of beautiful beaches. (including the cliffs of Ballybunion)also...
The White House Accommodation
"… Kitchen just off dining area for your own cooking needs. . WiFi available in the reception and Dinning room area. Rose of Tralee festival from August 17th to August 21st promises to be a spectacular festival. book your rooms today. For that affordable romantic getaway , why not book one of our Jacuzzi rooms with King size bed, t.v. etc..Rooms are limited so please email with your reservation requests, Rooms only 70 euro...
"… page for information on all there is to do in Tralee and surrounding areas, and please feel free to ring us prior to your trip if you require any assistance with your travel plans. Facilities Include: Tea/Coffee Making Facilities WiFi Cots Available Kitchen Facilities Microwave Fridge Car Parking On Street Fax/Photocopying Service TV in common area Hair Dryer Iron/Ironing Board Linen Included...
Rockmount Bed & Breakfast
"… the Dingle Peninsula and Mangerton Mountains. Rockmount Bed and Breakfast is a great place to come home to after a busy day walking, cycling, golfing, fishing or whatever else takes your fancy. Breakfast is an additional 5 per person and is not included in the room rate. Please note: Check-in from 2pm (unless otherwise arranged) Check out 11.30pm Cancellation Policy is 48hrs in advance We accept payment by cash. Full...
Cois Li B&B
"… here at Cois Li B&B is a treat as it is freshly prepared daily by your hosts Tom & Josephine who will do their utmost to help guests with information. Guests will be welcomed on arrival with tea, coffee and refreshments. Cois Li B&B is a warm and friendly family home located just a 5-minute drive from Tralee. All the attractions of Tralee and Co. Kerry, including Siamsa Tire and the Ring of Kerry, are easily reached...
"… and numerous beaches combine to make Kerry a quality holiday destination. Bleach Farmhouse is a great base from which to explore its many attractions including Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Gallarus Oratory and Castle, the Blasket Centre and Killarney National Park and Muckross House. Nearby amenities and facilities include, angling, hill walking, horse riding, golfing, climbing, grey hound racing as well as swimming, surfing,...
Maureen's B & B
"… Kerry County Museum, Siamsa Tire-National Folk Theatre and Blennerville Mill. Take a day trip around the Ring of Kerry or walk the Dingle Way There are numerous activities which can be enjoyed in the area, including golf, swimming, fishing, walking and horse riding. Follow a day's activities with a hearty meal and a few drinks in one of the many good restaurants and pubs and enjoy the traditional Irish music, all within walking...
"… in our dining room. Staying at The Willows will allow you to enjoy all the attractions of Tralee and Kerry, from the Rose of Tralee Festival and to the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. There are many restaurants, pubs and entertainment venues including Siamsa Tire all within walking distance. Look forward to a warm welcome at The Willows, a home away from home. Please note: Check-in from 2pm-6pm (unless otherwise...
Brianville Bed & Breakfast
"… equipped including TV, hairdryer & tea/coffee making facilities. Other facilities include secure parking and a relaxing guest lounge.A delicious breakfast is included in the rates, what a perfect start to your day!Brianville Bed and Breakfast is an ideal base for touring the Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Kerry and Killarney or for playing golf in the wonderful golf links courses nearby. Siamsa Tire -the national folk theatre, Aqua...
Tom & Eileen's Farm
"A hearty Céad Míle Fáilte to our luxury, award winning farmhouse in a peaceful cul de sac. Highly recommended for good food and hospitality. Signposted 1km from Castlemaine village on N70 Tralee road. Enjoy a stroll through our suckler cow and horse farm. Cupán Tae on arrival." … Castlemaine, Castlemaine
"… rooms are ensuite with hairdryers, toiletries, television and tea/coffee facilities. Secure shed is available for bikes. Complimentary tea/coffee on arrival. Wireless broadband and parking are free of charge. Tralee is an ideal base for touring the Dingle Peninsula and Ring of Kerry. We are 20 minute drive to Killarney, 20 minutes to Listowel, 30 minutes to the world famous Ballybunion Golf Coure and 15 minutes to Tralee Golf...
"… for The Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula and Killarney. Set in a golfers delight, Killarney House is within easy reach of numerous championship golf courses including Tralee, Killarney, Ballybunion, Waterville and Dooks Golf Course. Ballyroe Heights Hotel, a very popular hotel for weddings and functions, is only 2km from Killarney House. The National Folk Theatre (Siamsa Tire), Aqua Dome, and Greyhound Track are located in...
"… yds. Here you can sample an authentic rural pub at Murphy’s Bar. Music and food is also available locally. Murphys Farmhouse has 14 well appointed ensuite bedrooms with television, tea/coffee making facilities, electric blankets and king size beds. Murphys Farmhouse B&B is ideally located for organising tours. The Ring of Kerry and touring the Dingle Peninsula is a must for any visitor to Ireland. Murphy’s Farmhouse is...
Ard Na Coille
"… and equipped with television, hair-dryers and tea/coffee making facilities. Each bedroom also has a view overlooking the garden and the surrounding landscape. The cosy atmosphere offers visitors the chance to relax and unwind, or mingle with other guests. Writing table and chair in room 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...
Keanes of Curraheen
"… served in our dining room which overlooks Tralee Bay. Surrounded by stunning scenery, Keanes of Curraheane is ideally located for exploring Kerry, with all the most popular attractions within easy reach including Ring of Kerry, Blasket Islands, Killarney National Park. Nearby amenities and facilities include, angling, hill walking, horse riding, golfing, climbing, grey hound racing as well as swimming, surfing, and other water...
Tralee Travel Tips & Suggestions
It has become a dangerous town.
Tralee is a lovely town.
It's a crap town -- there is nothing here to do except drink, drink, drink.
I love Tralee. It is very cute. A lovely, calm, and quiet town.
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