Tower View Hostel and Cultural Centre at the start of the Dingle peninsula offers access to family adventure holidays, horse-riding lessons, treks, writing courses, walking for all ages.We are located in Tralee in Kerry the South West region of Ireland part of the Province of Munster.
Tower View Hostel and Cultural Centre at the start of the Dingle peninsula offers access to family adventure holidays, horse-riding lessons, treks, writing courses, walking for all ages.We are located in Tralee in Kerry the South West region of Ireland part of the Province of Munster.Kerry means the 'people of Ciar' which was the name of the pre-Gaelic tribe who lived in part of the present County. We are located In the South West region of Ireland which is also part of the Province of Munster.Travelling to Kerry...has never been easier. Only 1 hour from Cork City and Shannon Airport and 3 hours from Dublin. Kerry is easily accessible. With a modern road network in place and train and bus services daily. Better still fly direct to Kerry County Airport, with flights arriving from Frankfurt Hahn (Germany), Luton and Stansted (England), Dublin, Faro (Portugal) and Alicante (Spain).2013 is a Special Year in Kerry with the Gathering taking place. Lots of your traditional favourite events are still on the calender as well as many new events happening right around the County. There is definately something for everyone in Kerry this year. Kerry is the playground of Ireland.is how we are known. With the Tralee Wetlands and Ballyseedy Woods, The Aquadome in Tralee.Killarney National Park for family walks and cycles, the mountains, the sea and the picturesque roads for the more adventurous. A wealth of indoor activities to see you through the odd rain shower and all towns boasting town centre shops and shopping arcades alongside the traditional craft shops peppered throughout the county.Explore with us ..Explore and discover our charming villages and towns, all steeped in local traditions and heritage. Visit the Gaelic speaking regions) and our larger towns and smaller villages; all are bubbling with hospitality, local gatherings and festivals. Experience Gaelic Football up close and personal! Kerrys awe inspiring natural backdrop.Every setting is magnificent andaround every corner is pure character. Rolling farm lands meet the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean with pristine golden beaches and nestled in between are hidden valleys, glacial lakes and Scenic Mountain routes. Savour the majesty of our surroundings - villages and towns with mountainous or oceanic influences, craggy mountain ranges rolling down to the dramatic cliffs and shores of magnificent peninsulas and headlands North Kerry Head, The Ring of Kerry (Iveragh), Dingle and Beara peninsulas. Whether climbing Ireland's highest peaks, Carrantouhill or Mount Brandon, or navigating the challenging sounds of our offshore islands, The Skellig (Sceilg) and Blasket Islands, building a sandcastle or tapping your feet to a local traditional music session Kerry will inspire you.
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