Bray Hotels

Bray is a historic seaside town found close to Dublin on the East Coast of Ireland in County Wicklow; it is known for attracting the wealthy and is a popular commuter town. It is here that visitors will find an extravagant collection of Bray Hotels these are engineered to suit all needs whether travelling for business, for adventure, for family groups, for honeymoons or simply a weekend break.

Bray has been an important town since the 12th century and was home to two medieval castles on which only one survives today at Old Court, it had a reputations for attracting the wealthiest citizens from Dublin and the gentry from the rest of Ireland. In 1854 the town underwent massive expansion when William Dargan extended the railway to Bray unfortunately there are few remaining buildings left from that period however over the last few years the town has rapidly expanded to become a popular commuter town.

The town boasts a wonderful promenade along the seafront with Bray Head, a stiff climb at the southern end. Along the cliff there is a 4 mile path which takes visitors to the next village known as Greystones. Bray is known as the gateway to the Garden of Ireland, it is also home to Ardmore Studios and the National Film Studios of Ireland and it is here that Braveheart, Saving Private Ryan and My Left Foot were filmed. One of the houses found along the quiet Victorian esplanade is owned by Sinnead O'Çonnor and James Joyce's family home is located at 1 Martello Terrace.

The Town is well connected via the N11 Dublin and the M50 connecting the town to all the major cities of Ireland and with the advent of low cost flights today there are even more visitors. There is plenty to see and do and the surrounding country offers wonderful country pursuits including fishing, hiking, walking, clay pigeon shooting, paintballing, quad biking and hoarse back riding.

The Hotels are described through a variety of architectural styles ranging from quaint heritage buildings to grand historic lodges to modern international chain hotels suited to commuters and family groups. The hotels are situated in the city centre, lined along the waterfront flanking the motorways and on the outskirts of the city flanking the countryside.

The luxury hotels provide airport transfer directly to hotel steps and awaiting porters who dispatch luggage directly to awaiting accommodations, alternatively guests may take advantage of car hire collected at the airport allowing convenience and independence. Atriums, lobbies and reception areas host beautiful interiors that may be classically decorated sympathising with historic architecture and detailed with antiques, Persian rugs, rich drapes and fresh flowers. Modern interiors are home to swathes of bright colours set against tonal palettes, sculpture and water features.

The famous Irish hospitality greets warmly and check in is processed seamlessly the concierge is on hand to provide an overview of the area and the hotels facilities. Accommodations range from comfortable en suites to multi roomed palatial suites home to seating areas, dining areas and study areas.

The finest restaurants are found within the confines of the Bray Hotels and these are showcased through grand dining rooms and relaxed terraces hosting international cuisines and local specialities companioned with vintage wines. Wine Bars and traditional Pubs host evening celebrations and live music. Coffee bars greet the mornings with aromatic coffees, the morning paper and fresh pastries.

The Hotels offer on site golf courses, tennis courts, jogging tracks, indoor swimming pools, extravagant Health Spas and Gymnasiums.

The Bray hotels offer the perfect platform from which to view Bray and the idyllic countryside surrounding this picturesque part of Ireland.
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