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Glenduff Manor

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Kielduff, Tralee, Kerry,
Mr Michael O'Malley
T: +353(0)667137656

Glenduff Manor is just outside Tralee, in the beautiful county of Kerry. There are six bedrooms in the manor house. Each room has its own historic charm and vibrant character with a few added luxury touches nestled in to ensure an enjoyable stay.

Glenduff Manor is a 19th Century period residence, built in 1846, which is set in tranquil surroundings, only five miles from Tralee town, the capital town of Kerry on the South West Coast of Ireland. Enjoy friendly service, luxurious furnishings and fine art in a comfortable and peaceful setting.

The property has been beautifully restored and maintained to meet the needs of the discerning traveller. Each luxurious room is ensuite featuring all the necessary connectivity including WiFi, with each room’s décor and furnishing in keeping with this period residence. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the spacious and bright dining room. The private lounge is the perfect place to escape from it all.

The manor and gardens offer the peaceful and idyllic ambience for which Irish rural life is renowned. For those who wish to relax and take it easy, this is the place to be. For the more energetic, there is hill walking and rambling along scenic country roads taking in spectacular views of Tralee Bay. It is an ideal base for exploring the delights of Tralee and County Kerry. Just a short drive away there are a number of sandy beaches and an array of first class golf courses to avail of. Kerry is a great destination for golf boasting a number of Ireland’s finest courses within easy reach including Tralee Golf Course designed by Arnold Palmer. Enjoy the world famous scenic drives including the Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head.

Experience the authentic atmosphere of rural Ireland and enjoy a drink with the locals in the bar, located adjacent to the house. It provides the comfort of enjoying a drink, socialising and storytelling with live music provided each weekend.

County Kerry contains some of Ireland’s most iconic scenery. Wild sea cliffs and soft golden strands, emerald-green farmland criss-crossed by ancient stone walls, mist shrouded bogs and cloud covered mountain peaks.

Only 10 minutes from Glenduff Manor is Glenageenty. Glenageenty is an area of mystery, myth and folklore, a wild and rugged landscape that was once the sanctuary to some famous heroes and bandits alike. This loop is the shorter of two loops and it takes a path along the riverbanks and woodlands to listen to singing birds, gurgling streams, and the underfoot crunch of fallen hazelnuts and oak leaves.