Bracken Court Hotel

Address: Bridge St, Balbriggan, County Dublin, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bridge St, Balbriggan, is near Ardgillan Castle and Park and Four Knocks.
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        Travel Blogs from Balbriggan

        Day 0 - Dublin

        A travel blog entry by liswiffah on Oct 21, 2015

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        ... is a very uncomfortable experience it naturally enhances anything good to amazing 2) the bite size meal really forces you to enjoy every morsel and appreciate each item. A cold bun and solid whipped bitter never tasted so good. I almost lost my phone. I left it in my seat and had a panic attack during immigration. It's insane how much of my psychic well being depends on such a little rectangle. The immigration ...

        To Dublin

        A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Aug 07, 2015

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        ... than the upstairs room in Killkarney where the drunks would spill onto the street at some early hour and have long loud conversations. We soon discovered the Wifi on our side of the street did not work. Addicted as we are, this was a severe blow. Much grumping got the repair man out and we had bits flowing again by 9:30 PM. A practical accomplishment was to haul our dirty laundry to the All American ...

        Land of the leprechauns

        A travel blog entry by georgie.dow on Jul 02, 2015

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        ... week. The next day Haley and I went on a Viking splash tour. This involves putting on Viking hat things and getting into a truck like vehicle and driving around town roaring at people. Was actually really amusing. They show you some sights along the way but they weren't as exciting as people actually jumping when we screamed haha. Then the truck drives into the water and you see a few more sights by water, pretty cool! ...

        A Snapshot of Dublin

        A travel blog entry by karsenault on May 11, 2015

        Granny and I flew over to Dublin from Liverpool on Saturday. Ryanair is always an interesting experience but for $25 dollars (or less) it's worth the cramped seats and luggage fees (we were smart and only have carry on luggage on this trip - travel experience to the rescue). We stayed with a lovely, very chatty, airbnb host in Dublin 8 (I don't know how the numbers work but 8 was fairly close to downtown) who had a beautiful room up a narrow and steep set of stairs. She ...

        A Weekend in the City

        A travel blog entry by mspayne on Apr 18, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... is a pretty famous street in Dublin because it is a major pedestrian only (there's no cars allowed) street with lots of stores and restaurants. It's all crowded and the street itself is cobblestones, and there are performers and musicians playing for the tourists and crowds of people. It's a really neat area of the city, and I definitely want to explore the streets surrounding it some more! Sunday: To Be Continued... (Because this is another insanely long post...eek!) ...