The Meadowlands Hotel is idyllically located 1 km from Tralee Town Centre and less than a half hour from Ireland’s Top Tourist towns-Killarney and Dingle. Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, the Meadowlands Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the Kingdom of Kerry. Enjoy awe inspiring views on the Kerry section of the Wild Atlantic Way with awe things to see and do at every turn.
Tralee is the county town of Kerry located on the Wild Atlantic Way with all the facilities of a capital town such as historic buildings, spacious parks, superb hotels and restaurants, excellent shopping and evening entertainment. With leading stores lining the town’s main street and a host of bookshops, antiques and craft shops tucked away in old lanes and stylish new arcades, shopping offers a choice in abundance.
In addition to shopping, there is so much to explore in the town centre of Tralee such as Kerry County Museum, Tralee Town Park, Rose Wall of Honour and Siamse Tire to name a few.
Tralee has a number of annual festivals which reflect the history, culture and spirit of Kerry. Tralee is famous for the International Rose of Tralee which has been held annually since 1959. Other annual festivals include the Garden Festival, Tir Na Nog Festival, National Circus Festival and Kerry Film Festival.
Killarney is the tourist capital of Ireland and the largest town in Kerry. The vibrant town, with incredibly beautiful surrounds is nestled in the MacGillicuddy Reeks, beside the Lakes of Killarney and part of the Killarney National park . The town is full of history, heritage, activities, and world class hospitality. It is home to St. Mary’s Cathedral, Ross Castle, Muckross Abbey, Torc waterfall and Innisfallen Island,
Killarney town is colourful with craft shops, galleries, museums, cafés, and restaurants. It is famous for its traditional, horse-drawn jaunting cars.
Killarney plays host to a number of festivals to include St. Patrick’s day festival, Summerfest, race meets, bike fests, food fests, Christmas festival and so much more.
Dingle town is a thriving tourist town and fishing port and is the most westerly town in Europe. The town has a long history and is a stronghold of the arts which has attracted musicians, artist and crafts persons from around the world. The charming little town is one of Ireland’s largest Gaeltacht towns. Dingle is known for its colourful variety of shops and cosy pubs and café’s.
There is something in Dingle for everyone: scenic tours of Slea Head and the Conor Pass, superb links golf courses, excellent shore angling, diving and walking, sandy beaches and a wealth of ancient sites. A boat trip to see the town’s famous dolphin, Fungi is a must during your time in Dingle.
Music and food festivals are not to be missed.