Tralee Park Guesthouse

The Tralee Park has a number of luxury rooms suitable for families or a group of people. The bedrooms are large and are beautifully furnished. Built in 1826 by the Denny family, the Tralee Park Guest House is a fine example of Georgian period architecture.

The Tralee Park features beautiful high ceilings, coving and limestone from a local castle. It has retained many of its Georgian features but has been recently renovated to reflect an eclectic mix of individually styled rooms , juxtaposing old elegance with contemporary luxury.


Located in the heart of Tralee town on Denny Street, the Tralee Park is across from the town park and beside the Ashe memorial hall and Siamsa Tire. It is close to restaurants and pubs and also the main shopping district. The Tralee Park is located on the Wild Altantic Way providing a gateway to the Dingle Peninsula. Here you can to explore the delights of Kerry, whether walking the Dingle Way , surfing the Maharees or climbing Mount Brandon on the.

The location of the Tralee Park Guesthouse opposite Tralee's Town Park provides guests with access to the Rose gardens famously known from the International Rose of Tralee Festival. Tralee town park is an excellent venue for runners as it is affiliated with the organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world.