Manor West Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Manor West Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Manor West Hotel Tralee
Travel Blogs from Tralee
... 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 ...
... easier and Murray and I slip into a false sense of security.
As we drive into the town, my first thought is that this must be the national headquarters for Mick O’Flannery’s bus company. There are buses everywhere! Oh no! As Mick’s cousin Katie says in her famous song, “there are nine million tourist shops – and half of them are in Dingle.” The girls squeal with delight. “Oh ...
... beautiful, deserving more than the brief photo stop we gave it, and the road gives plenty of views of the North Atlantic as you travel West. The hostel is a little out of town, but that allowed us to explore a little whilst looking for it, kick a ball about on the lawn whilst waiting for staff and then to walk into town when I remembered I was out of money and so couldn't pay anyway. Dingle is charming, a perfect tourist spot and with shops to tempt me-food ...
... of architecture (making us think of Rich's brother Paul) and perfectly depicts the way of life on the island. It’s filled with stained glass, art, photos, quotes from writings, and even recordings of Blasket Island inhabitants telling stories in Gaelic. The last resident was moved off the island in the early 1950’s. We were a little rushed in the Centre since we were keeping an eye on time to get back for the laundry. I think you could spend several hours there to ...
... me, when I told him about how I always end up making random music with people, if this is normal for the Irish or I just happen to find the weird ones. My conclusion. This is quite normal. I've now been in a wide variety of groups, including musicians, university mates, childhood friends, and now families, and they all end the day making music. You wouldn't believe it, but they asked me to sing! Wow, who would have ever thought that would happen? ...