Kerry boasts exquisite beauty and iconic scenery making it one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations.
From charming towns and villages with brightly painted houses, traditional pubs and colourful shopfronts to curving country roads, narrow mountains path, surf pounded sea cliffs and soft golden beaches, you will quickly understand why it’s christened The Kingdom County,
Explore one of the country's finest national parks in Killarney, visit the lively tourism hubs of Tralee and Killarney town, walk, swim or surf on one of the many stunning blue flag beaches. Drive along the Ring of Kerry and witness breath-taking views or take the trip to the Dingle Peninsula.
Experience fine dining, spectacular views and the warmest of welcomes. If culture, music and history inspire you, then Kerry is the place for you. Book your hotel break in Kerry, you won't be disappointed!
Ballyroe Heights Hotel Discover Tralee
The award-winning Ballyroe Heights Hotel is the ideal retreat for discovering the many wonderful gems of the Kingdom County.
A spectacular location surrounded by six and a half acres of sloping gardens with spectacular views of the Slieve Mish Mountains and Tralee Bay, floor to ceiling windows capturing uninterrupted panoramic views along, stylish accommodation along with an abundance of awards combine to make Ballyroe Heights Hotel one of the most sought-after and popular hotels in Tralee and the wider Kerry area.
The Ballyroe Heights Hotel boasts a selection of spacious and stylish guestrooms to suit every guest's needs. If you are looking to make your stay extra special we recommend you upgrade to the deluxe balcony rooms which offer a private balcony with stunning views. With the popular Palace Bar & Restaurant onsite serving the best in locally sourced ingredients, foodies are well looked-after at Ballyroe Heights Hotel.
The coastal route for the Wild Atlantic Way is on the hotel's doorstep, whilst vibrant Tralee town centre is just 10 minutes away. It really is the perfect location and base to explore Kerry!