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Ard Na Coille Hotel
Just a 15-minute walk from County Kerrys capital town Tralee, Ard Na Coille is a bright, modern home that allows guests to truly unwind. Guests can make a splash in the Aqua Dome leisure centre, learn about Ireland’s cultural past at the National Folk Theatre and enjoy great golf, fishing and scenic hill walks. Ideal for families, Tralee boasts beautiful historic buildings, sandy beaches, a steam railway, Blennerville Windmill and award-winning town gardens. Hosts Sorcha & Colm O'Sullieabhain offer a warm Kerry welcome.
Green Gables B&B Hotel
Hotels in Tralee
On the far west coast of Ireland, on what feels like the very edges of the world, stands the close-knit and friendly town of Tralee. Set amid stunning landscapes of timeless beauty whilst stoically facing the wild grandeur of the Atlantic Ocean, Tralee is a magical place in an island renowned for its spellbinding charm. Tralee hotels offer the warm hospitality that exemplifies the chirpy informality of the Irish and cater to all budgets and requirements. For any visitor to these life-enhancing shores, a good craic with plenty of music and laughter is sure to be had.
Famous the world over for the ‘Rose of Tralee' beauty festival, in which townspeople pick the prettiest girl in all of County Kerry, Tralee epitomises the authentic and mystical quality of Ireland that you may thought had been lost. However, simply walking along the majestic Banna Strand will confirm that the Emerald Isle has lost none of its lustre. You'll discover spectacular views of the sea and sweeping cliffs of the Kerry coast whilst visiting Fenit lighthouse, an evocative old structure made of hardy granite, standing defiant against the waves.
After savouring Tralee's dramatic coastal vistas, you can find a peaceful corner amid the delicate and picturesque Victorian church in the town centre. Back in the bustle of the town, there's a wide array of shops and local cafés to satisfy anyone in need of some retail therapy.
A quirky landmark is the Blennerville Windmill, a lovely way to spend the day with the family learning about the town's history whilst helping to make bread and enjoying some local produce.
Wether's Well is an ideal spot for a quiet walk while Ballyseedy Wood is perfect for a brisk trek amongst dense woodland populated by wonderfully ethereal wooden statues. Ballyseedy is a forest where fairies, elves and mythical beasts abound.
At the Rattoo Round Tower, one of only a handful still complete in Ireland, you can explore these fascinating buildings which are unique to Ireland. Used either as a holy retreat or a watchtower for Viking raids, no-one is certain about their original use.
Culture and song
You'll be given a hearty Irish welcome at Kirby's Brogue Inn where you can enjoy delicious food and plenty of Guinness whilst surrounded by good cheer. For a taste of Tralee's vibrant nightlife, the Greyhound bar is an engaging place to start with popular Irish music and a log fire to get the night going.
No visit to this deeply lyrical land is complete without an appreciation of its music. Siamsa Tire is home to Ireland's national folk theatre and is the ideal destination to experience the mystical power of Ireland's folkloric heritage. Indeed, anywhere in this intimate town full of mirth, good company and music is certain to reveal Ireland's special capacity to lighten the soul and lift the heart.
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