Castlemorris House is an ideal base for the range of activities that Tralee and the surrounding county have to offer. The County Museum, Blennerville Windmill, the Aqua Dome, Tralee Sports and Leisure Centre, the Bowling Alley and of course the many golf courses in the area, including the famous championship courses of Killarney, Ballybunnion, Tralee, Lahinch and Waterville.

Killarney 40 kms
Killorglin27 kms
Dingle50 kms
Kerry Airport19 kms

There are also three exciting racecourses close by Listowel, Killarney and Mallow.

Fishing, both fresh and sea water, is also easily accessible with tackle shops and permits available locally.

The Slieve Mish mountains and McGillicuddy Reeks will pose a healthy challenge for people interested in hill-walking and climbing. The Dingle Way and the North-Kerry Way are ideal for those seeking set routes to follow. For the less energetic, touring the county by car is a very pleasant way to spend your time.

Evening entertainment in Tralee is provided for through the many fine restaurants and pubs, traditional music, Siamsa Tire (our National Folk Theatre), cinema, bowling, greyhound racing to name but a few.

August sees the town's premier festival, the Rose of Tralee and also the Tralee Races, and there are other festivals in nearby towns around the county throughout the summer