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Reviewed 9 October 2007

A very convenient location and pleasant owners. But, were we alone in having problems with the toilet?? What a "waste" of water! so many repeated flushes required. It's a problem I have never encountered before.

Stayed: September 2007
3  Thank agoodcook
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Reviewed 22 August 2007

We stayed at this B& B for two nights very recently.
After reading the reviews I was slightly disappointed and would probably not stay here again.

On arrival the room we had been offered was occupied and we were 'upgraded' to a family room which made me laugh. The double bed was more a piece of foam than a mattress and I would advise anyone who has a bad back to think twice about this room in particular.
Despite this the sheets smelt and looked fresh, but were very dated and quite worn in places.
Also one of the towels we had to use was also worn and had a large hole in ... (conveniently located for males!). The 'large' irish breakfast was also a bit of a small affair so if you have a big appetite I suggest you fill up on the cereal!

I would like to see the owners update the furniture and decor a bit like they have in the private areas of the hotel which were visable to the public.

  • Stayed: August 2007, travelled with family
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2  Thank Ems1981
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Reviewed 2 June 2006

Really lovely and homly hotel. If you want Jurys or Raddission head into Dublin. This Hotel is in a class of its own. Family run and ever so helpful and friendly. Excellent Breakfast and great food in bar served daily. Right on seafront in bray and is close to dart and buses. Will be there again soon.

Stayed: May 2006
9  Thank Voyager18315
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Reviewed 17 July 2005

What can i say?, I had a fantastic time staying at this olde world style hotel located on the seafront in Bray. The hotel was originally a large house belonging to Oscar Wildes father, William, and is now owned by the Fitzsimons family, who offer a friendly personal service to all who visit.

Great irish breakfast served up and the bar downstairs offers a carvery during the day.

Some great restaurant and pubs located close by, one definitely worth visiting is the Porterhouse.

Powerscourt & Enniskerry are only 15 minutes drive from bray, with Glendalough and the beautiful sally gap about 30 minutes drive. A great place to base yourself if you want to tour Wicklow and still be only an hour from Dublin. The family are golf fanatics and will point you towards some great courses too.

  • Stayed: July 2005
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21  Thank Alanwexford
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Reviewed 6 July 2004

This family run hotel has a friendly athmosphere. The staff done everything to make our stay a relaxing one. The hotel is on the seafront and the room had a fantastic view. We will be back again.

  • Stayed: July 2004
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12  Thank JustinF
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