Accommodation in Tralee

Tralee is famous for the international Rose of Tralee competition held each August. The town contains attractive 19th Century buildings and a host of amenities such as the Aqua Dome, Kerry County Museum, Siamsa Tire, the National Folk Theatre of Ireland, an 80 acre town park, cinema and greyhound racing track. Golf, sailing, walking and angling are all in easy reach from this starting point of the Dingle Peninsula. Blennerville Windmill, connected to Tralee by the Tralee & Dingle Steam Railway, is the largest working windmill in the country. 12 km from Tralee is Fenit Harbour, marina and sailing club, birthplace of Kerry’s patron saint, St Brendan.

Budget Accommodation in Kerry

Killarney B&B

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