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Hotels in Bray

Bray is a pretty seaside town in County Wicklow, on Ireland's east coast. With its close proximity to Dublin, Bray is a popular destination for day trippers from the capital. They come for the ancient intrigue and gorgeous beach, and stay for the town's fun-loving nature and many attractions.

Beautiful Bray

The thing that first strikes you about Bray is the rugged beauty of its windswept beach. Made up of pebbles and sand, it is bustling with life during the summer and the perfect place to spend the day. However, if you are visiting a Bray hotel in the winter, take a dip in the salty Irish Sea for a truly invigorating experience.

Bray's promenade is a delightful place for a stroll with an ice cream, from one of the many vans parked along the road. If you're up for a bit more of a hike, the Bray to Greystones cliff walk is a real treat, and you don't even need to leave town to find it. Just follow the promenade up to Bray Head to begin your adventure.

The Cliff Walk is about five miles long and is not too rigorous at all. The walk follows the coastline and boasts some of the most breathtaking views of Ireland's east coast. The walk finishes in Greystones harbour, where the Marina has a number of great restaurants and bars where you can regain your strength. There are also some excellent shops and boutiques, if you're after a bit of retail therapy.

Sea life

After you've seen all that above land has to offer, pay a visit to the National Sea Life Centre on Bray's seafront. The Aquarium is completely indoors and so makes an excellent outing for a rainy day, though the kids will enjoy it whatever the weather. Its tanks are home to over 1,000 sea creatures including reef sharks, octopus, seahorses and piranha.

Restore yourself

If you're after a different kind of liquid activity, Bray's got some great pubs, perfect for whiling away the hours. The Porterhouse Bray on the seafront has got great brew and pretty good food as well. A bit further into town is Holland's of Bray, a local wine bar that also serves up piping hot bowls of delicious chowder and whose motto is, ‘If you can drink it then we will sell it'.

All in all, Bray offers much more than your average seaside holiday. Its got charm and beauty in abundance.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Bray

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Bray?

According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Bray is The Royal Hotel and Merrill Leisure Club.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Bray?

The lowest price for a double room in Bray is £59.

What are the best hotels in Bray near the center?

If you want to stay near the center of Bray, you can consider staying at The Royal Hotel and Merrill Leisure Club, Esplanade Hotel Bray and Wilton Hotel Bray.

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