Barrow is blessed in many many ways. The peace and tranquility is evident once you arrive at this almost secret coastal destination. Whether you’re playing the world-renowned Tralee Golf Course, touring Kerry and its stunning landscapes, Barrow is a perfect base for exploring Ireland’s spectacular dedicated coastal route, The Wild Atlantic Way, the breathtaking Ring of Kerry, and the Dingle Peninsula.
Indeed, The county of Kerry is one of Ireland’s most beautiful destinations......the people of Kerry are warm, welcoming, and colourful to say the least. Wherever you go you will find a land rich in culture, history and above all a welcoming smile will greet you on every part of your journey.
Our nearby bustling town of Tralee, 9 km away, is home to the Tralee Bay Wetlands, Blennerville Windmill, The Ashe Memorial Museum, a ten-screen Omniplex, and many wonderful shops and cafes, ideal for lazy summer evenings.
Barrow offers that perfect blend of recreation and relaxation, from glorious sandy beaches where you can walk for miles, sometimes without meeting another solitary soul, swimming in our crystal clear Atlantic Ocean and our blue flag beaches, surfing at nearby Banna, or touring the Wild Atlantic Way, The Ring of Kerry and Dingle, Barrow Lodge is your perfect start and end to your day.
Let the mountains watch over you and let the sea embrace you in this place of beauty and harmony .......
Golfers are drawn to Barrow Lodge because it is uniquely positioned so close to the famous Arnold Palmer designed Tralee Golf Course.
The Oyster Tavern,
The Spa, Tralee
The West End,
6 Harbour View, Fenit
Kilfenora, Fenit, Tralee
The Brogue Inn,
Rock Street, Tralee
14 Prince’s Street, Tralee