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Ballyroe Heights Hotel

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Address

Ballyroe, Tralee, Kerry,
Mr Mark Sullivan
T: +353(0)667126796
F: +353(0)667125066
E: info@ballyroe.com

Ballyroe Heights Hotel is situated on the coastal route of The Wild Atlantic Way and only minutes from Kerry's finest Blue Flag beaches. The hotel boasts spectacular views of traditional Irish farmland, Tralee Bay and the Sliabh Mish Mountains.

Ballyroe Heights Hotel is located on the coastal route of The Wild Atlantic Way and only minutes from Kerry's finest Blue Flag beaches with stunning views of traditional Irish farmland, Tralee Bay and the Sliabh Mish Mountains.

Ballyroe Heights Hotel's stunning location is only four kilometres from Tralee town centre on the R551 with on-site parking provided.

The hotel’s bedrooms are modern, comfortable and luxurious and are finished to an impeccable standard with beautifully crafted walnut wood furniture and warm and inviting fabrics. Perfect for families, business people, individuals or groups. Our peaceful countryside setting ensures that you have a good night’s sleep and awake refreshed.

Bedroom features include:
Tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat screen satellite television, ensuite shower and bath, complimentary toiletries, high performance hair dryer, remote control lighting, direct dial telephone.


Travel cots, iron and ironing boards, European socket converters and complimentary newspapers are available on request.

The Palace Bar & Restaurant offers diners an extensive A La Carte menu and daily specials with a wide selection of dishes to suit all tastes. Enjoy spectacular views while dining in modern and comfortable surrounds or on sunny days al-fresco dining can be enjoyed on the patio area.

Tralee has a wide range of tourist attractions, great shops and a lively nightlife. Attractions include The Aquadome, Kerry County Museum, Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre, Siamsa Tire and Blennerville Windmill.

The hotel is well placed in the heart of County Kerry and ideal for touring the Ring of Kerry or the Dingle Peninsula. Kerry has an abundance of cultural and heritage sites and is a great destination for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, and golf among others.