Gary

Converted Old Mill- Dublin -Wicklow

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1 Bed
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This host offers flexible cancellation: Full refund 1 day prior to arrival, except service fee.

About This Listing

Fantastic apartment in an old converted Mill, Very close to sea, cliff & hill walks and beautiful Wicklow, great pubs & restaurants. Dublin is only a 30 min train ride on a spectacular stretch of coast. (bus directly from airport, 24 hrs a day)

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Spacious Bedroom with sofa in box window with views of nearby mountain

Spacious Bedroom with sofa in box window with views of nearby mountain


The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1

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Prices
Extra people: $11 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $6
Weekly Price: $278 /week
Monthly Price: $1021 /month
Cancellation: Moderate

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1 night minimum stay
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About the Host, Gary

Gary
Bray, Wicklow, Ireland
Member since March 2012
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour

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  • Gary
  • SuperValu Bray

    SuperValu is a couple of mins walk away and a very good supermarket, theres a bakery, great butcher, fish cheese counters and a nice selection of wines.
    Castle Street Bray Wicklow
  • Hollands Fine Wines and Bar

    Really nice wine shop with very knowledgeable staff.
    Main Street Bray Wicklow
  • El Greco Greek Restauraunt

    Authentic Greek food, a little taste of the Greek Islands in Bray, on the main Street.
    Main St Bray Wicklow
  • Mermaid County Wicklow Arts Centre

    The Mermaid Theatre a great little theatre / cinema. You can get some wonderful plays on here, music, cinema night, art exhibitionss.. check out their site.
    Main Street Bray Wicklow
  • Mount Everest of Kathmandu ( A taste of Nepal)

    This is a little gem of a place, it serves Nepalese food which is fantastic. The service can be a little slow but the food is worth waiting for. They have special theatre deals (Mermaid Theatre)
    Main Street Wicklow
  • Molloys Coffee Shop

    They do a really good fried breakfast, the staff are friendly. Nice for reading the papers and watching the world go by. But maybe not the place if you like great coffee.
    Quinsborough Rd Bray Wicklow
  • Bray Adventurers

    Bray Adventures are based on the seafront. Kayaking (if you are super lucky, you may get to paddle with Dolphins) SUP (Stand Up Paddle Boarding), Rock Climbing Abseiling, Coastal Exploring.
  • The Harbour Bar (don't miss the Moose!)

    This is pretty special, it was voted Best Pub in the World by Lonely Planet Guide in 2010 . There is live music on most evenings, traditional on the left, indie on the right, dont miss upstairs.
    Strand Rd Bray Wicklow
  • Dockyard No. 8

    Dockyard No8 is especially great for a late breakfast or brunch. Its next to the Harbour Bar beside the Harbour. The eggs benedict is amazing as is the chowder.
    Harbour Road Bray Wicklow
  • Bray DART (train) station

    The train station is just over a 5 mins walk from the MIll. Trains directly into Dublin city centre take just over 30 mins
  • Platform Pizza Bar (Fantastic food & Funky)

    This is one of the funkiest pizza restaurants on the planet, great food, funky interior, amazing atmosphere. The toilets are through a wardrobe, Narnia!! How did the car get in? Booking recommended!
    Strand Road Bray Wicklow
  • Prelude Arts

    This is a small art gallery set up recently to help artists. It can be a little hit and miss, occasionally you can find some great art in here and sometimes not. Serve coffee and cake too.
    Albert Walk Bray Wicklow
  • Swan Sanctuary / Bray Beach North

    There is a large colony of mute white swans that call Bray Harbour their home. On the far side of the Harbour, the beach is more isolated and youll see interesting driftwood, stones the odd fossil
    The Harbour Wicklow
  • Campo de Fiori - Risto-Market (Seriously good coffee)

    This is a wonderful little Italian gem, great for a coffee / lunch in the day and at night it transforms into a restaurant. This is where the Italians in Bray come, recommended.
    Albert Ave Bray
  • Carpediem

    Carpe Diem is a great little Italian cafe and wine bar. The atmosphere is cosy, you always get a great welcome and friendly service. The coffee is delicious
    Albert Ave Bray Wicklow
  • Bray Promenade

    People have been walking the promenade since the Victorians in the 1800s, take in the sea breeze, eat an ice cream and enjoy that walk with beautiful views of Bray Head or KIlliney Hill
    Bray Promenade Bray Wicklow
  • Finbees Coffee Shop (great view)

    This is a lovely coffee shop with huge windows with great views of Bray Head and the promenade. Very nice to chill out and watch the world go by.
    Strand Road Wicklow
  • Barracuda Steak & Seafood Restaurant

    Barracuda is a lovely restaurant with great views out over the sea, try and get a table by the window and watch the world go by on the promenade.
    Strand Rd Bray Wicklow
  • The Porterhouse Inn

    Nice selection of craft beers stouts, open late at the weekends.
    Strand Road Bray Wicklow
  • The Martello Bar

    The Martello is a good place for a late drink, they have a DJ inside on Saturday nights, think loads of chessy 80s music. Good fun. Good pub and beer garden.
    Strand Rd Bray Wicklow
  • Jim Doyle & Sons

    Nice Bar for a pint, stunning Victorian architecture.
    Strand Road Bray Wicklow
  • Gelateria Seafront (many say the best ice cream in Ireland)

    Everyone raves about this place, the ice cream is so damn good, forget about the other parlours! Amazing homemade ice cream and great coffee by an Italian family from Florence. Opposite Barracuda
    Strand Rd Bray Wicklow
  • Woodbrook Golf Club

    Woodbrook is one of the many fantastic golf courses in Bray.. has hosted the Irish Open on occasions
    Dublin Road Wicklow
  • Cliff Walk (beautiful walk to Greystones)

    This old hotel marks the beginning of the Cliff Walk, follow the path up towards Bray Head and follow the path to the left. Its 6k walk to Greystones and take in beautiful scenery and wildlife.
  • Bray Head (Stunning views)

    Its a nice hike to the top of Bray Head (only takes around 20 - 30 mins from the base but the view from Cross at the top of Dublin Wicklow are spectacular are worth the hike.
    Bray Head Wicklow
  • Bray Golf Club

    Bray Golf Club is a wonderful course on the side of Bray Head, It is challenging but worth it with the wonderful views.
    Bray-Greystones Cliff walk Greystones Wicklow
  • Killruddery House & Gardens (Farmers Market - Saturdays)

    Killruddery House was built in the 1700s and has wonderful Gardens. There is also a house tour, the Orangery is highly recommended for the marbles statues. The Farmers Market on Saturdays is great.
    Southern Cross Road Bray
  • Carrickgollogan & Ballychorus Lead Mines

    Carrickgollogan is the mountain that is seen from the box window in the bedroom, great sunsets! Its around a 5km walk from the Mill but the stunning views are worth the hike.
    Dublin
  • Brennanstown Riding School

    Whether you are looking for horse riding lessons or just want to take it easy trekking in the Wicklow hills, Brennanstown is just a few mins away
    Ballywaltrim Lane Wicklow
  • Avoca Handweaver / Fern House Cafe

    The fern House cafe is wonderful for a coffee and cake or a fantastic meal. Avoca Handweavers have wonderful artisan shops
    Wicklow
  • Powerscourt House & Gardens (National Geographic - 3rd best Gardens in the World)

    National Geographic voted Powerscourt Gardens the 3rd best gardens on the planet, beautiful gardens and scenery. Some really nice craft shops, have a coffee with the stunning gardens as a backdrop.
    Powerscourt Estate Wicklow

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