Co. Dublin 1 or 2 Nights for Two with Breakfast, Two-Course Dinner, Wine and Late Check-Out at 4* Bracken Court Hotel




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The Hotel

Located in the town of Balbriggan, the Bracken Court Hotel is a four-star property that welcomes guests to heritage sites, a busy harbour, and a beach overlooking the Irish sea. The hotel is located just a 30-minute drive from Dublin city centre which can also can be reached by train, with Balbriggan Station just a 5-minute walk away. While local attractions include the Ardgillan Castle and its Victorian gardens, family attractions such as Tayto Park, Funtasia and Dublin Zoo are easily accessible.

The spacious bedrooms boast a bright decor and come complete with power showers, complimentary toiletries, TVs, and hospitality trays.

The on-site restaurant serves up a variety of dishes and drinks throughout the day. Guests can enjoy a full Irish breakfast or a breakfast buffet in the morning, while the coffee dock is open each day and offers scones, muffins, cakes, coffee and tea.
In the evening Jack Doyle’s Bar serves bar-style food, while steak and seafood options can be enjoyed at The Bracken Grill Restaurant.

Groupon’s Guide To Co. Dublin

Set in the north-east of Ireland and offering direct access to the Irish Sea, County Dublin is the most populated county of Ireland, mostly due to the capital city of Dublin.

Outside the hustle and bustle of Dublin city, the county stands out as a peaceful area, with large stretches of green land, natural wonders, steep cliffs and overwhelming views of the sea. The county is also steeped in history, being the site of many historical events and locations. Balbriggan offers the opportunity to experience horse racing, while in the town of Skerries, found at a short distance down the coastline, guests may visit the Skerries Mills where they can try their skills at grinding or observe the waterwheel at work. Given the spectacular scenery of the region, visitors may also take advantage of walking routes such as ‘The Nuns Walk’, ‘Slí na Sláinte’ (The path to health) or the Ward River Walk.