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Bray Travel Guide: 12 reviews and 49 photos

The Bray Cliffwalk

Stunning sea cliffs, abundant wildlife clean sea air, and a great walk -
We started at the Bray Promenade and then walked along the cliffsheading towards Greystones.
Red skies at night, sailors delight.
Red skies at morning, sailors take warning.

More along the Cliffwalk

Just some of the ruins along the trail as the rising sun hit them. Lovely way to start a day.
All I have here to look at on my walks where I live are cows. moo... sigh

Bray

Bray is a seaside town and bustling urban center 20 km or 12 miles south od Dublin.
I was invited to the weddingof a fellow bagpiper. My friend and I decided to stay here in Bray rather t han Enniskerry. The bride and groom were staying in Summerhill House, which is quite lovely, but much more costly. Summerhill House was €200 a night versus €199 for three nights at the Royal Hotel in Bray.
We took a bus from Dublin airport (bought 5 day unlimited pass) and then at City Center took a bus to Bray that dropped us just around the corner from our hotel.
The next day were were able to take busses almost all the way to Summerhill House using the same pass.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Close enough to Dublin
  • In a nutshell:Lovely seaside town.
  • Last visit to Bray: Nov 2009
  • Intro Updated Nov 29, 2010
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