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Castle Hostel

Overall Rating
91%
Castle Street
Kerry
Tralee, Ireland
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With 8 en-suite rooms, three of which are doubles, four of them sleeps four people and the other room sleeps eight. Five of them have televisions and all are centrally heated. There is a fully equipped kitchen, a communal dining and lounge area with television where a light breakfast is available each morning, luggage lockers and bike lock up facility. Outdoor smoking area.
Internet cafe next door and laundrette across the road.

With the town of Tralee right on the hostel's doorstep, there are plenty of other exciting facilities close by. Open all year, you can be rest assured of an enjoyable trip to Tralee where you will stay in a comfortable, friendly, warm and welcoming establishment.

Killarney National Park, Ireland's first National Park opened in 1932. The park is situated in south-west Ireland, close to the most westerly point in Europe, and it covers over 25,000 acres (10,000 hectares) of mountain, moorland, woodland, waterways, parks and gardens.

Killarney by its reputation and its association with the Lakes and the Ring of Kerry is the major tourist venue in the county and is one of the most important in the whole of Ireland. This is probably particularly the case with North American 'coach tour' tourists. As well as Killarney there are considerable number of attractions along the Killorglin and Valentia routes, from Dingle westwards and from Tralee northwards along the coast as far as Ballyduff. Ballybunion a traditional seaside holiday town suffers for the lack of a major tourist attraction with the exception of the golf which only appeals to a certain number of tourists. There are many more tourist attractions in the county for which numbers are not available.