Things to see and do - Bray
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Bray Travel guide
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Bray is an old seaside resort with a sand and shingle beach, located at the far south end of Killiney bay. Over the last few years, it has become a Dublin dormitory town. Magnificent views of the coastline can be enjoyed from the park on the Bray headland. The Heritage Centre retraces local history, through photographs, maps and crafts. On the seafront, the National Sea Life Centre is home to over thirty aquariums, displaying both marine and freshwater fish.
Tourist attractions Bray : Things to see and do
R 761 IRL - Bray
Killruddery Gardens were designed by a Frenchman in 1682. Two parallel canals, 168 m long ,are flanked by an avenue of lime trees leading to the park laid out in the 18C. The residence, which was built around 1650, was extensively restructured around..
47 Strand Road, Seafront IRL - Bray
On the picturesque seafront with beautiful views across the Irish Sea, The Martello Hotel offers hotel rooms or self-catering apartments. There is free Wi-Fi and the rail station is a 5-minute walk away. Dine in the casual Tower Bistro Restaurant or..
Main Street IRL - Bray .
Situated just 25 minutes’ drive from Dublin’s city centre, the family friendly Royal Hotel and Merrill Leisure Club is situated in the heart of Bray, Co. Wicklow. It is only a 5-minute walk from Bray seafront and guests have free access to the hotel’..
Strand Road IRL - Bray
On the seafront, at the foot of Bray Head, the family-friendly Esplanade Hotel faces the promenade. It has spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi in public areas and free parking. Bray train and Dart stations are about 1 km away, for easy access to Dublin city ..