Castlemorris House is an 18th century Georgian building. It is located on the outskirts of Tralee Town, a 10 minute walk from the town centre, with views of the Slieve Mish Mountains.
Period features remain throughout the house and along with the history of the building, it provides a sense of times gone by, with a 21st Century touch.
Castlemorris House can be used as a base for the range of activities that Tralee and the surrounding county has to offer, including The County Museum, Blennerville Windmill, the Aqua Dome, Tralee Sports and Leisure Centre and the Bowling Alley. There are also many golf courses in the area including the championship courses of Killarney, Ballybunnion, Tralee, Lahinch and Waterville.
Evening entertainment in Tralee is provided for through the many restaurants and pubs, traditional music, Siamsa Tire National Folk Theatre, cinema and bowling to name but a few.
Fishing, both fresh and seawater, is easily accessible with tackle shops and permits available locally.
The Slieve Mish Mountains and McGillicuddy Reeks will pose a healthy challenge for people interested in hillwalking and climbing. The Dingle Way and the North Kerry Way are ideal for those seeking set routes to follow.
This property is approved under B&B Ireland’s Quality Framework.