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This family-friendly Bray hotel is located on the riverwalk, within 3 mi (5 km) of Bray Beach and Bray Golf Club. James Joyce Tower and Dundrum Town Centre are ...
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Are you looking for a hotel in County Wicklow that is close to the golfing action? You are going to be spoilt for choice. Whether you are after five star luxury or a more modest place to rest your head after a hard day on the green, County Wicklow offers hotels for everyone.
It may be known as the garden of Ireland but County Wicklow is also famous for its golf courses. This beautiful Irish county is just a short drive from Dublin airport but boasts gorgeous, relaxed countryside that is worlds apart from the capital city.
Bray itself is only 15 miles down the coast from Dublin and here you will find a top-class golf course to practice your swing at. Bray Golf Club is actually just one of 20 quality golf courses in the county so, if you are a keen golfer, one thing is guaranteed: you will not be bored when you come to visit Wicklow.
The county has been home several times to international golfing tournaments, such as the Irish Open Golf Championship, and it has been picked to host the prestigious Curtis Cup in 2016.
Choosing a hotel in County Wicklow means gaining access to some of the most perfect locations for an Irish golfing break.
The course at Bray enjoys the delightful backdrop of the Wicklow Mountains and overlooks the lapping waters of the Irish sea at KIlliney Bay on the other. You couldn’t ask for a more serene scenery to enjoy whilst you make your way to the rewards at the nineteenth hole.
Bray Golf Club boasts a magnificent USGA-standard parkland course which has been in play since June 2003. It was designed by Des Smyth and Declan Brannigan who included a tiered effect for the fairways to counter any effects of the sloping site on which the course was constructed.
There is a choice of three tees for each hole offering you different lengths ranging from 5188 metres to 5990 metres. Whichever length you opt for there are plenty of bunkers and doglegs to keep you on your toes.
It is not all golf, golf, golf in County Wicklow, however. The Wicklow Way offers stunning walks over the mountains and through the undulating countryside of the south of the county. Brittas Bay offers superb beaches just a little way down the coast from Bray. Dublin is just a half hour in your car up the coast and in the centre of the county is the sublime Vale of Avoca where the river runs lazily through a darkly wooded valley.
Many hotels in the area take advantage of the scenery and offer you rooms with evocative views, and all take advantage of the stunning local produce to offer fine dining with local fare as well as international dishes.
Find a great deal on your hotel in County Wicklow today and you can be teeing off at Bray in no time at all. Enjoy your golfing break.