The Earl of Desmond Hotel

Address: N21, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on N21, Tralee, is near Tralee Town Park, Nine Daughters Hole, Chute Hall Ogham Stones, and Beal Castle.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Earl of Desmond Hotel Tralee

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    Travel Blogs from Tralee

    Bike Rides and Spa treaments

    A travel blog entry by psubrat93 on Sep 03, 2014

    27 photos

    ... for a walk. All these dogs we keep seeing makes me miss Cotton so much. I wish he could have come with me, but I’m sure he would have been stuck in quarantine for most of the time!

    We decide not to push it too much and my legs are definitely feeling it by the time we get back. We check in at the spa and we start with lunch. It is a limited menu for the spa special, but several things look great. ...

    A Tour out The Dingle Pininsula

    A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on Jun 12, 2014

    19 photos

    ... to house little thatched dwellings--referred to as 'fairy forts' -always looking up to patchwork stone fenced walls containing sheep or cows -Dunbeg Fort-rock slab architecture that sadly has recently been hit by a storm and most of it has fallen into the ocean below due to erosion so it was not as awesome as guidebooks suggested......kind of sad that one of the worlds oldest monuments ( as labeled by National Geographic) collapsed so suddenly -the crucifix at Slea ...

    Day 4: Rain, Wind, Fog and Lotsa Fun

    A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 10, 2013

    ... by a mile! His humour was seriously awesome, always making fun of americans, of tourists in general, of the irish, of the weather and he kept on slipping in these little anectodes that would make the whole bus roar with laughter (those who understood him anyway... he had a pretty thick Kerry accent). Literally the first thing he did was to inform us that the irish summer was officially over since the sun had already used up her quota this year. From now on, this was ...

    Killarney an Tralee

    A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Mar 22, 2013

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... Herbert in 1883. With sixty-five rooms and about as many bells to call the servants it is an impressive place to visit. They had 25 fireplaces and 22 servants! Queen Victoria visited the house for a period of 3 days - she let them know about the visit 6 years in advance and they did an enormous amount of work to make her feel comfortable...


    Post #4, Foynes and Limerick, Ireland

    A travel blog entry by lorenzo1 on Jul 20, 2012

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... from the shore.

    Foynes has a historic connection to trans-Atlantic air travel. In the 1930’s several airlines were trying to find a way to fly across the Atlantic non-stop. The "flying boats" like the Pan Am clipper planes were just being built. Foynes was the nearest point in Europe for a plane to take off or land in this portion of the River Shannon. The river here is about 1000 feet wide and a long ...