Kerry Lee Student Village is a purpose built residential accommodation development within five minutes walk of Tralee IT and 10 minute walk to Tralee town centre. It is designed specifically for the student population of Tralee, and for the summer needs of the visitors to the Tralee region.
Offering high quality student accommodation during term time, Kerry Lee is available for summer holiday lettings from June to September. These are spacious 4 bedroom houses with everything you would need during your stay. All bedrooms are ensuite. There is one bedroom downstairs with a bathroom so suitable for wheelchair users.
The living rooms offer a cosy open fire and the TV's have UPC channels. There is wifi at this property
Each house has a private patio area with garden bench along with a private garden. Some of the gardens are walled in and others are divided with fences.
Sorry, no pets allowed.
Situated in the South West of Ireland, Tralee is the ‘capital’ town of Kerry. A lively and thriving commercial town, in close proximity to many of the Kingdom’s main attractions and festivals, Tralee is the perfect place to study for your future - or visit for a fun filled adventure holiday.
Kerry Lee Village is the perfect venue for your leisurely summer break. Ideally situated on the Oakpark Road, approximately 10 minutes walk from Tralee Town centre, it is an ideal base to explore and enjoy the many and varied attractions of North Kerry and beyond.
The county of Kerry is probably one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations. The spectacular coastline ranges from rugged sheer cliffs to some of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Ireland like Inch and Banna which are miles in length to sandy coves like Ballybunion, Ventry, and safe harbours like Fenit and Dingle.
Tralee is the capital town of Kerry and sits in the shelter of Tralee Bay, with a panorama of sea and mountains stretching into the west.
It hosts the world famous Rose of Tralee Festival every August - which attracts people from all over Ireland and the world. It offers excellent indoor attractions to keep everyone occupied from the Aqua Dome - Ireland's largest waterworld, to Kerry the Kingdom which features three attractions: Kerry in Colour, Kerry County Museum and the Geraldine Experience. In the evening choose from Siamsa Tire - the National Folk Theatre of Ireland, greyhound racing, superb restaurants and friendly pubs.
There are a dozen golf courses within a half-hour drive of Tralee - many internationally acclaimed - including Ballybunion Golf Course.
Kerry International Airport is ideally centrally situated for anyone who wishes to visit and explore Kerry - as it is only twenty minutes drive from either of the county's two main towns - Killarney and Tralee - and no more than an hours drive from Kenmare, Killorglin, Cahersiveen, Dingle or Listowel.