The Match Is Sold Out, But There’s Still Beds In Tralee For Saturday Night

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Despite the influx of GAA fans into town for the big game, there’s a few beds left in town for Saturday night.

A FEW weeks ago it seemed that there wasn’t a bed to be had in town for Saturday night as the town prepared to welcome Dublin fans and marathon runners.

We checked on booking.com and hotel websites on February 9 and couldn’t find a room in town. Now, after some cancellations, a number of hotels in the town centre have rooms available for the night.

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You can book The Ashe Hotel, Benners Hotel, The Meadowlands and The Imperial who all have a few rooms left, as well as a number of B&Bs in town and in the surrounding area.

The Kerry v Dublin match is a sellout with over 11,000 fans set to fill the Park for a 7pm throw-in. The marathon events will take place that morning. The St Patrick’s Day festivities on Friday sets up an amazing weekend for the town.

One Comment

  1. Gerry Cournane says:

    Great to see the Dubs in town .Businesses to benefit.Hope for good football on what will be a cold night.
    Imaginative team selection needed by Kerry ; too many ‘almost ‘ performances in recent years.
    Pity those fans in Kerry/Dublin and around the country have to be able to afford Eir Sports or bring children to the pub if they can’t attend game !
    Croke Park cares, really?

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