One of the most special luxury Tralee Hotels, this amazing Castle Hotel offers formal and casual dining, twenty six rooms complimented by enchanting formal gardens.
Boutique-style Hotel Find refuge in suites that seem like paintings from a time long past. Each room is tastefully decorated with antiquities and style from the Middle Ages to give you the castle living experience. Thanks to its romantic setting, it is a popular destination for weddings. Find peace and relaxation on the Ballyseede Grounds, walk around the gardens or play golf on the fields by the sea. Top off your stay with fine wines and cuisine from 2-star AA Rosette O’Connell Restaurant at Ballyseede Castle.
Former Castle Hotel Set in 30 acres of woodland, the castle has been beautifully transformed into a luxury hotel. It was originally built in 16th century and has been renovated over time. As guests walk in the front door, they are greeted with Doric-style columns as well as an elegant oak staircase, instantly creating an atmosphere of history and grandeur. The castle is also quite a popular destination for fairytale-like weddings and events, as well as a renowned romantic retreat.
Historic Hotel Ballyseede Castle, one of the most famous Castle Hotels in Ireland, has a long history which dates back to the 1590’s.
Hotel for Honeymoon There is nothing more romantic than spending a fairytale-like honeymoon at a medieval castle. With luxurious and cosy rooms, spectacular views and a magical atmosphere, this castle is definitely the most ideal choice for your romantic getaway.
Romantic Hotel Ballyseede Castle is a very popular romantic destination in Ireland and the only Castle Hotel in Kerry.
Haunted Hotel Ballyseede Castle was built by the Fitzgerald family in the 16th century. Gerald Fitzgerald, the owner, was beheaded on this castle and rumour has it that his spirit still wanders around its premises, as if to ensure that everything works fine. Another famous ghost is that of Hilda, who appears only on 24 March of every year. No one really knows her story and how she came to haunt Ballyseede, but her eerie presence was enough to scare every single guest away one night in 1998.