Isn't really a castle, although inside is true country English décor; two seating rooms, dining... See full review
Jul 18, 2013
Wish we stayed 2 nights!
Fabulous room with amazing view out our window! We had a lovely evening in the bar and enjoyed a... See full review
Apr 6, 2013
Ballyseede Castle Hotel in Tralee is steeped in history. Take a step back in time as you approach through the imposing entrance gateway with pillars of block granite and wrought iron gates. Bedrooms are elegant and spacious and come in a large variety from single to mini suite to deluxe, all decorated with taste and imagination. The gracious dining room overlooks the front lawn with its ancient oaks and large pond. Continental cuisine as well as traditional Irish fare is served here, complemented by one of the finest wine cellars in the region. In the Banqueting hall, feasting and entertainment are carried out in a grand manner. Set on 30 acres of pasture and gardens, Ballyseede Castle is located off the main Tralee-Killarney (N21) Road, within easy reach of several championship golf courses - Ballybunion, Waterville, Dooks and Barrow. Famous attractions including the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula are only a short drive away. Deep sea and river fishing, riding, swimming and theatre are all close at hand. This property offers well-equipped conference room for organizing your business meetings. For those guests who prefer their own modes of transportation, the hotel provides favorable parking space at the premises. Other amenities are Bar, Conference facilities, Laundry service, Lobby, Non-smoking rooms, Reception, Restaurant, Room service.Breakfast included.
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Room offers a double bed or a twin bed with luxurious as well as spacious accommodation units that are individually designed, magnificent view of the castle and come with modern and comfortable amenities like Color TV, Ensuite / Private bathroom, Telephone.
Guests can dine at the onsite restaurant that serves a fine selection of Continental as well as traditional Irish dishes. After a tiring day, unwind at the cosy bar with a cooling exotic drink.
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Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Isn't really a castle, although inside is true country English décor; two seating rooms, dining hall and fireplace bar that is small but a nice watering hole if you're lucky enough to get a seat. Is really known for their wedding bookings, but is
still a nice place to stay. Tip: don't book on the 3rd floor as there aren't elevators and no bell hops. Is safe distance from road so quietness is a pleasure.
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They have a great breakfast menu with splendid service not to take advantage of.
Fabulous room with amazing view out our window! We had a lovely evening in the bar and enjoyed a delicious late dinner. The whole atmosphere of the castle was wonderful! The breakfast room was great, but we were not impressed with the breakfast.
The food in the morning was "fair" compared to other places we stayed.
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Short drive from hotel
We did not have time to do the loop around the small peninsula of Dingle...2 nights at the castle would have given us that time!