Imperial Hotel

27 Denny Street, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $94.00

Travel Blogs from Tralee

Episode 3

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear


... but the muddy wet conditions of the walking track beat us I fear so we all retreated to the car. Even the stile my humans had to climb over to get onto the path seemed about to fall apart, the wood was rotten and most of the bolts were missing. We did all venture up across three fields and over two stiles, ones in better condition, to see a wedge tomb. I am inclined to think that it’s more likely to be a leprechaun house but L assures me its an ancient ...

Day Eight – Dingle Berries!

A travel blog entry by meckley


... Falls was just a short walk from the car park. Brian suggested we go out onto the rocks to get a group photo. Once we were out, it was slippery. Risk Management Amy would be giving me another thumbs down on this one!

Gary and I went shopping. I still haven’t found what Kim wanted! We met up with John and went into a sweater shop. I did try on a few sweaters and I was about to buy one, but I was trying to decide if ...

Yes, Dingle Town is Its Real Name

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent


... it was close to 2 p.m. and cooler heads—or hungrier stomachs—prevailed. Swearing that we’d return, we drove off to Adare, which looked a little like a Disney set for a Cotswold town complete with thatched-roof cottages, on the way passing by the real Adare Manor, which is now a luxury hotel barred to the public.

In Adare we found parking on the main street—no small accomplishment—and went into a thatched-roof cafe and ...

Taytos in Limerick and Trad Sessions in Tralee

A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi


... large and involve lots of different instruments and musicians -- and sometimes dancing. In this case at Johnny Frank's, it was just 2 guys (one with an accordion and one with a flute) sitting in a booth and playing some tunes while beating out a rhythm with their feet on the wooden floor. The pub was very nice -- a wooden stove, little hidden alcoves for seating, and friendly bartenders. We had our first pints of Guinness (in Ireland, not first ever) ...

Let's do the twist.

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin


... with a long step that acted as sort of a kneeler, and there was an old man kneeling there praying. I wonder how often he goes there, and if other people stop there too.

Declan sang us a little bit of a song again, and he plays lots of Irish music on the bus while we're driving along the twisting, winding roads. From what I can tell, the women have to have voices like angels, but it doesn't much matter how the men sound, as long as they can reasonably ...

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This hotel, located on 27 Denny Street, Tralee, is near Kerry the Kingdom, Siamsa Tíre Theatre & Arts Centre, Wether's Well, and Tralee Workhouse.
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