Tralee Town Centre Apartments
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Tralee Town Centre Apartments, Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
Ms Carina O'Sullivan
Tralee Town Centre Apartments comprises 54 four-bedroom self-catering apartments. This three- and four-star holiday accommodation is located in the heart of Tralee, Co Kerry, with many shops and restaurant on your doorstep.
Ideally located in the heart of Tralee, Co Kerry, Tralee Town Centre Apartments offer 41 Standard three-star and 13 Superior four-star apartments for holidaymakers.
The apartments are designed with comfort and versatility in mind. All bedrooms are en suite, whether it’s in the apartment featuring two double and two single rooms or whether it’s the unit with one double and three single rooms.
To make your stay as comfortable as possible all the units are fully furnished with kitchen utensils and comfortable living and dining areas. Free wireless internet is provided in each apartment. There is also free private car parking available.
All the apartments are tastefully designed to ensure a warm and comfortable atmosphere throughout. Bed linen, towels, iron and ironing board are supplied. Cots and high chairs are available on request.
A spacious kitchen area features oven/hob, fridge, microwave, crockery and utensils. A dishwasher is supplied in the Superior apartments.
The comfortable dining/living room is fully carpeted and furnished with a dining room table and chairs, a three-piece suite and colour TV. The apartments are heated with Gold Shield Electric Heating.
Laundry facilities are available in the complex at an additional charge.
These apartments are ideally situated in the centre of Tralee, with a wide range of activities and destinations on your doorstep. Tralee is a lively, modern town bustling with gourmet cafes and boutiques on every corner. It has become a shopping haven in recent years with the larger store names opening in the town.
Tralee is also steeped in history and culture. Visitors can enjoy the Kerry County Museum with its fascinating tales of Ireland during the famine period or take in a play at the renowned Siamsa Tire Theatre. Alternatively you could take a trip to one of the many famous and breathtaking beaches located nearby, where you can indulge in surfing, horse riding or lazing on the sands.
Other attractions and amenities include the medieval Geraldine Experience at Ashe Memorial Hall, a visit to the restored Blennerville Windmill, a trip to the Aquadome water park for kids, or touring the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry.
Sports lovers will also be tempted by the nearby links golf courses, fishing, hill walking and rock climbing. And don’t forget the annual festivals like the world-renowned Rose of Tralee which takes place each year in August and Samhlaiocht Chiarrai, an arts festival with an emphasis on the Irish language.