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Here at Brook Manor Lodge, we find ourselves surrounded by some of Kerry's most remarkable attractions. We've curated a list of our personal favourites, the must-see sights you shouldn't miss during your stay with us.

Are you planning a trip to see Kerry’s range of must-see attractions? Book a room at Brook Manor Lodge right in the heart of  Tralee!


Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry, a captivating 179km circular route encircling the scenic Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, offers a breathtaking journey. When embarking on this route, it's recommended to travel in an anti-clockwise direction. Within a single day of exploration, you'll encounter many of Kerry's most renowned visitor attractions, making for a memorable and enriching experience.


Dingle, a charming port town on the southwestern edge of Ireland's Dingle Peninsula, is renowned for its dramatic landscapes, hiking trails, and beautiful sandy beaches. Along the waterfront, you'll find a statue dedicated to Fungie, the legendary dolphin who made the harbour his home.


Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium is a popular attraction featuring a variety of marine life, from playful penguins to fascinating otters and even awe-inspiring sharks. In the northwest, the ancient Gallarus Oratory is a remarkable dry-stone church with distinctive sloping sides. To the southwest, atop the cliffs, Dún Beag offers a glimpse into prehistoric history as a promontory fort overlooking the stunning coastline.


Golf Trips

Indulge in an exceptional golfing getaway during your stay at Brook Manor Lodge in Tralee, where you can choose from a selection of world-class championship links courses. Experience these renowned links courses, all just a short drive from our location: Tralee, Ballybunion, Beaufort, Waterville, Lahinch, and Doolin.


The breathtaking natural surroundings and picturesque landscapes enhance the golfing experience on some of the most distinguished courses in the Kingdom of Kerry, Clare, and along the scenic Wild Atlantic Way. With abundant woodland, beachfront, and Atlantic sea views, your golfing journey becomes truly memorable.

The Aqua Dome

The Aqua Dome stands as one of Ireland's most expansive aquatic facilities, boasting a wide array of thrilling attractions, such as a leisure pool with waves, rapids, a waterslide, and a sauna suite.

Aqua Dome

Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre

An expansive nature and activity destination, spanning across more than 8,000 acres from Tralee town to the Magharee Islands. This remarkable place offers a wide range of facilities and activities suitable for visitors of all ages, making it an ideal destination for everyone to explore and enjoy.

The Museum of Kerry

Kerry County Museum, situated in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland, finds its home in the iconic Ashe Memorial Hall, previously referred to as the Urban Council Chambers, right at the heart of Tralee. The primary mission of this museum is to acquire, document, safeguard, and exhibit the rich material heritage of County Kerry, thus preserving its history and culture for generations to come.

Tralee Museum

Fenit harbour

Fenit Harbour, situated at the heart of Tralee Bay in County Kerry, is a bustling centre for marina, fishing, and commercial vessels. It's a favoured destination to observe the boats in action, or you can even set sail and stop for a stroll on the scenic Fenit Beach.

Blennerville Windmill

Nestled in the stunning Tralee Bay, you can immerse yourself in the intricate workings and grandeur of the Blennerville Windmill machinery up close. Be sure to explore the Blennerville Visitor Centre, where you'll discover an exhibition gallery, a delightful craft shop, and a welcoming restaurant to complete your visit.


Tralee Fenit Greenway

Nestled along the picturesque coast of County Kerry in southwestern Ireland, the Tralee Fenit Greenway is a 13.6km off-road trail that meanders through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the area. This captivating route traverses charming villages, serene beaches, dramatic cliffs, and rolling hills, offering a diverse and stunning experience for all who venture here. Whether you're a tourist seeking adventure or a local searching for beauty, this scenic path is a destination not to be missed.

Wild Atlantic way

The Wild Atlantic Way, spanning an impressive 1600 miles (2600 km), ranks among the world's lengthiest designated coastal routes. This extraordinary journey follows the enchanting contours of Ireland's western shoreline, stretching from the northern Inishowen Peninsula to the charming southern town of Kinsale in County Cork.


Beaches – Fenit beach, Banna strand, Ballybunion

Nestled in a prime location, our establishment is conveniently near some of Ireland's most picturesque coastal destinations. With the serene Fenit Beach just a stone's throw away, you can easily unwind and enjoy the tranquil seaside ambience.


Additionally, the stunning Banna strand and the charming Ballybunion are within easy reach, offering endless opportunities for seaside adventures and exploration. Whether you're seeking a relaxing day at the beach or an adventurous seaside escape, our location places you close to these captivating coastal gems.

Canal Walk Tralee

The Wild Atlantic Way, spanning an impressive 1600 miles (2600 km), ranks among the world's lengthiest designated coastal routes. This extraordinary journey follows the enchanting contours of Ireland's western s

The Tralee Canal Walk, a delightful component of the expansive North Kerry Way, is also a connecting section with the Dingle Way and the Kerry Camino, extending to the bridge in Blennerville. This charming path traces the historic towpath along the old ship canal, with serene pastures and wetlands flanking both sides.


For patient birdwatchers, it offers opportunities to spot magnificent herons, graceful mute swans, and a variety of melodic songbirds. In addition, as the canal, despite restoration efforts on the lock, is no longer actively used, it has become a haven for lively fish splashing about in its waters.

horeline, stretching from the northern Inishowen Peninsula to the charming southern town of Kinsale in County Cork.


To book a room at Brook Manor Lodge, right in the centre of Kerry’s must-see attractions, contact our team today!

  • Does our Bed and Breakfast take bookings of all sizes?
    At Brook Manor Lodge, we cater to bookings of all sizes, golf groups, individuals, and couples.
  • Where is our B&B located?
    Brook Manor Lodge is located at Knockanish East, Spa, Tralee, County Kerry. V92 YX21 R558, Tralee to Fenit Road
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