Barrow House

West Barrow, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on West Barrow, Tralee, is near Banna Strand, Tralee Golf Club, Jamie Knox, and Ardfert Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Tralee

The Road to the Wild Atlantic Way

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... farmer at the top, who wanted to know all about family and journey, and kept trying to get a pash from PJ. Almost a dance! Sneem was a very interesting little village. Apart from it being the worst nigh sleep we had in months, it was a place where we began to get a handle on the causes and effects of the economic collapse in Ireland. The is a building development in the village, Cul Fadda, that is unfinished. Everyone involved with it has gone bust. No one ...

Day 12 - Tralee and Dingle

A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jun 26, 2013

14 photos

... about later. “Is there anything worth seeing on the Dingle peninsula my good man?” Oops, this is our man’s favourite topic. “Well, for sure yer would be wantin to go over Conor pass ta see de fine views from de top now wouldn’t yer.” OK, sounds all right. “Yer not afeared of a bit a narra road are yer?” Well, er, not really. “And dere be some fine tourist shops in Dingle town for ...

Sheep Kisser For Hire

A travel blog entry by erbear85 on Mar 16, 2013

12 photos

... finding just the right item. We went for another drive along the coast too. We can't help ourselves - the scenery is so seductive! We saw the ruins of an old castle today, and it was just another reminder of the ancient history Ireland has to offer. Tonight will be our last night in Dingle. Tomorrow we move onto to Cork for Saint Patrick's Day. We hope you will stay with us for another day, and send us comforting wishes as we take leave of our beloved home away from ...

The Great Blasket

A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 17, 2012

2 comments, 23 photos

... where we were. The Blasket islands have an interesting and unique history. No one really knows when the Island of Great Blasket became inhabited, but at its peak in the early 1900s over two hundred people lived on the Island. The only industry is fishing, which was done in longboats made out of a wooden frame covered in tarred canvas so they were light and easy for the fishermen to carry up the steep cliffs.

The Island was evacuated in 1954. The population ...

It's Christmas in Tralee

A travel blog entry by melepua on Dec 28, 2011

1 comment

... windy. I open the car door, and whoosh! The cat hates going outside. I feel like I will fly away like the nannies in Mary Poppins, legs sticking sideways, helpless, out to sea. We dined on our dinner, digested, and dined on desserts. I skyped my family at home while they were opening presents to be a part of their festivities, despite being worlds away.

Later in the evening, we piled into the car and drove to mum's sister's place for a night ...

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