Tralee is the capital town of County Kerry; located in the south west coast of Ireland, nestled in a valley, between the Sliabh Mish and Stacks Mountains.
It takes its name from the River Lee, in Irish Trá Lí (strand of the River Lee), which flows just south of the town into Tralee Bay.
Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way covers 2,500km of west Ireland’s coastal roads.
Tralee town is well known for hosting the Rose of Tralee International Festival.
The ideal family holiday destination with exceptional family attractions on your doorstep.
With spectacular beaches and majestic mountains just minutes away, enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities.
Tralee is ideally placed for the golf enthusiast to enjoy many of the Ireland's best golf courses.
Heritage & Culture
Tralee is renowned for its diverse cultural and creative sensibility.
FIND your ESCAPE
Ballyroe Heights Hotel is the ideal base to explore the Kingdom of Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way. Leave your stresses behind and unwind with a relaxing getaway in blissful settings with an ambudance of attractions nearby.