Suburban family home, fifteen minutes from beachs, mountains and lakes

Suburban family home, fifteen minutes from beachs, mountains and lakes


Jan 2013

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is situated in a residential area of Tralee town. It is spacious and welcoming, with four bedrooms; 1 master bedroom with ensuite, 1 double bedroom, and 2 single bedrooms. There is one living room, one games/piano room (with a sofa where 2 people can sleep), a large kitchen with 6 seater dining table and 2 seater breakfast bar. The kitchen also opens out onto a conservatory which in turn opens onto the garden. The fenced garden has a grass area with flower beds and a seated area (4 seater table and chairs) which has a view of the mountains. Given that our son is 12 and our daughter is 5 there are plenty of toys and electronic games available to keep children and young kids entertained.


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  1. Peter and Susan are both teachers. They both have an avid interest in the arts. They have a son aged 12 and a daughter aged 5.

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Where is it?


Tralee town centre (the capital town of county Kerry) is a 20 minute walk from the house (5 mins by car). The town offers many amenities; restaurants and pubs, a water park, golf links, the Kerry County Museum, Siamsa Tire Theatre and the Tralee Bay Wetlands centre. The house is in a friendly neighbourhood and there is a bar and restaurant, chemist and food store across the street. The house is ideally located for visiting Kerry's main attractions. It is just 30 minutes from the beautiful beaches on the Dingle peninsula,the mountains and lakes of Killarney, and Listowel (the literary hub).

Sports and amenities in Kerry include: deep sea and river fishing, whale, seal and dolphin watching, horse riding, surfing lessons, kayaking (sea and river), sailing, diving, hiking and golfing (park and links).

Ballybunion links is just 30 minutes away. “I love it,” Bill Clinton said of Ballybunion’s course. “It's perfectly Irish: beautiful, rough, and a lot like life — you get breaks you don't deserve, both ways. You just have to keep swinging and know it will all even out.”

The International Rose of Tralee festival is held in Tralee in August every year

The Wild Atlantic Way, 2600 km (1600 miles) in length, is one of the longest defined coastal route in the world. It winds its way all along the Irish west coast from the Inishowen Peninsula in the north down to the picturesque town of Kinsale, County Cork, in the south and passes through Tralee in County Kerry.

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