Holiday Cottages In Tralee

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  • Fern View House

    Beaufort near Killorglin, County Kerry
    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms4
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    One of our wonderful, detached, Killarney cottages. (Ref. 3922)

    7 nights from €588

  • Finn House

    Castlegregory, County Kerry
    • Sleeps8
    • Bedrooms4
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    High-quality, stunning, detached cottage in Kerry. (Ref. 16448)

    7 nights from €515

  • Dromstabla

    Glencar
    • Sleeps7
    • Bedrooms3
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    A wonderful cottage with mountain views, in the village of Glencar, County Kerry. (Ref. 989094)

    7 nights from €546

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  • The Blue Annex

    The Spa near Tralee, County Kerry
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
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    This enchanting annexe can be found on the outskirts of Tralee in County Kerry, Ireland. (Ref. 1010830)

    7 nights from €314

  • 38 Castlewood Park

    Tralee
    • Sleeps9
    • Bedrooms4
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    This superb semi-detached cottage rests on the outskirts of Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland. (Ref. 1008487)

    7 nights from €592

  • Bridge View

    Beaufort, County Kerry
    • Sleeps5
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    Charming stone-built cottage near Beaufort. (Ref. 930108)

    7 nights from €418

  • Silver Birch House

    Beaufort Killarney, County Kerry
    • Sleeps4
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    Pretty, detached holiday cottage beside the owner's home, near Beaufort in County Kerry. (Ref. 951421)

    7 nights from €323

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  • Meenteog

    Coolroe near Glenbeigh, County Kerry
    • Sleeps7
    • Bedrooms3
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    A modern, detached Glenbeigh holiday cottage. (Ref. 3897)

    7 nights from €420

  • Kissane's Cottage

    Beaufort near Killorglin, County Kerry
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    Contemporary, spacious accommodation situated at the foot of the Gap of Dunloe, three miles from Beaufort. (Ref. 14753)

    7 nights from €683

  • The Lodge

    Churchtown near Beaufort, County Kerry
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    A delightful, detached cottage outside Beaufort. (Ref. 26022)

    7 nights from €358

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Tralee, in County Kerry, is Ireland's 7th largest town, and a popular destination for tourists keen to take in the many all-weather attractions on offer. From Siamsa Tíre, Ireland's National Folk Theatre, to the Kerry County Museum and the annual Rose of Tralee Festival, there is so much on offer here.

Tralee itself has some excellent shopping, as well as a variety of places to eat and drink. A multi-screen cinema, historic buildings and wonderful open spaces (such as the Tralee Town Park) make this an attractive and welcoming spot for a visit, whatever the weather.

The Dingle and North Kerry Way both originate in the town, leading walkers out into the beauty of this part of the Kerry countryside. For those who prefer a casual stroll, there are some lovely walks in and around the town itself, including along the canalside. For an even easier ramble, why not simply stroll between holes on the Arnold Palmer-designed 18-hole Tralee Golf Course?

Tralee Bay and the rest of Kerry is on the doorstep, while the famous Tralee Aquadome offers year-round family fun.