Tralee has a good selection of bed and breakfast accommodation most of which is available all year round. Tralee B&B is much cheaper than hotels and many people prefer it because it is more homely, quieter and has a frendly atmosphere. Tralee is quite a busy town especially during the Summer and so accommodation is often fully booked up. This is especially the case during the Rose of Tralee festival. Visitors wishing to stay in a Tralee B&B during these times are strongly advised to book early.
Castlemorris Bed and Breakfast in Ballymullen Tralee is located in a fine old 18th century Georgian house. It retains all the old world class and charm but hasbeen modernized to offer all the comforts demanded by today’s discerning traveller. The spacious rooms, lounges and halls are very impressive and decorated [Read More…]
This Ballyard Tralee B&B is located in an elevated quiet residential area overlooking Tralee town and surroundings with Slieve Mish and Tralee mountains as a backdrop. Tralee Wetlands, The Aquadome, Siamsa Tíre Theatre and Blennerville Windmill are nearby attractions. Tralee town centre is within walking distance and less than 5 [Read More…]
Located in Oakpark, Tralee, County Kerry , Maureen’s Bed and Breakfast offers free WiFi access and free on-site parking. Siamsa Tire Theatre is just a 5-minute drive away and the town centre can be reached on foot in about 10 minutes. This B&B in Oakpark Tralee gets good reviews on [Read More…]
Conn Oriel Tralee Town B&B is located in a quiet area about 5 minutes walk from Tralee town centre. It is on the western side of the town beside the road leading to Aedfert and Banna Beach. This B&B has been a popular place to stay in Tralee for many [Read More…]
Denton B&B Tralee has been recommended by Family Homes of Ireland, Lonely Planet, Michelin and Rick Steve’s Guide. This is ideally located on the Listowel Road just a short walk from Tralee Town Centre. Denton B&B is an Irish Tourist Board Approved Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Tralee County Kerry. Rooms [Read More…]