If you are looking for a 2015 Ireland Golf Break, Clubchoice are offering fantastic value golf deals in County Wicklow, staying at The Wilton Hotel and playing golf at Bray Golf Club and Charlesland Golf Club.wicklow4

Cubchoice 2015 Irish Golf Package 1: 3 Nights B&B, 2 Rounds of Golf, 1 Dinner & cost of Ferry From £210 per person

Cubchoice 2015 Irish Golf Package 2: 5 Nights B&B, 4 Rounds of Golf, 2 Dinners & cost of Ferry From £330 per person

+ The above 2015 County Wicklow Golf Packages are subject to sales terms and conditions, plus availability.

How to get To The Wilton Hotel

Satilite Navigation Co-Ordinates

Satellite Navigation Co-ordinates – 53.186667 – 6.099869

Directions to The Wilton Hotel, Southern Cross Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow (R767) From Dublin Ferry Port

Head West on Alexandra Road toward 1 Branch Road South • Turn left onto East Wall Road (R131) – Continue to follow R131 • At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Sean O’Moore Road • Turn left onto Beach Road, go through 1 roundabout • Continue onto Strand Road, go through 2 roundabouts • Turn left onto Merrion Road • Continue onto the Rock Road • Turn right onto Booterstown Avenue • Turn left onto Stillorgan Road (N11) – continue to follow N11

If in doubt, follow signs toward Wicklow.

At the Loughlinstown roundabout (signposted St. Columcille’s Hospital), take the 2nd exit onto M11, continue onto N11 • You are now looking for Junction 7, signposted for Bray South / Greystones North / Kilruddery House & Gardens / R767, take this exit. • At the 1st roundabout, take the 3rd exit for Greystones / Kilruddery House & Gardens • At the 2nd roundabout, take 2nd exit for Greystones – you are now on the Southern Cross Road • The Wilton Hotel is located at the end of this road on the left hand side.

Toll Road – When you travel on the M50, you go through a Toll road. This can be paid for at any ‘PayZone’ outlet, by logging onto or by calling 1850 501050. If you pay before 20:00pm the next day, the journey costs €3.00, if you pay after this time the fee is increased to €6.00. Please remember your cars registration number, as you need this to pay for your Toll.


In common with the rest of Ireland, Bray experience a temperate oceanic climate with mild and cool summers.

June and July are generally the driest months and there is an average of four hours of sunshine a day over the entire year.

2015 Irish Play & Stay Deals from Clubchoice Ireland:-

Staying at Wilton Hotel Bray

The Wilton Hotel Bray is a modern and stylish hotel offering a warm Irish welcome and is the perfect base for Golfing in Wicklow and South Dublin.

Wilton Hotel Bray Guest Rooms

Double Room

  • Double Size Bed
  • Multi Channel TV
  • Night Safe
  • Iron & ironing board on request
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • En Suite Bathroom (Shower & Bath)
  • Laundry Service
  • Free WI-FI
  • Travel Cot on request
  • Work Desk
  • Non smoking
  • Room Service 12.30hrs – 21.00hrs
  • Small Fridge available on request

Superior Double Room

  • Multi Channel TV
  • Night SafeIron & Ironing Board on request
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • En Suite Bathroom (Shower & Bath)
  • Laundry Service
  • Free Wi-FI
  • Travel Cot on request
  • Double Size Bed
  • Smoking rooms available
  • Room Service 12.30hrs – 21.00hrs
  • Small Fridge available on request
  • Work Desk
  • Private balcony available on request (subject to availability)

Dining in Bray

The Wilton Hotel Bray, County Wicklow, is a popular meeting spot and locally known for the fine selection of teas, coffee and good food.

You can enjoy relaxed and informal dining. This is the perfect place to relax and unwind after your day of leisure or business.

Comfortable seating, full bar services and a delicious lite fare menu served daily from 12.30pm – 9pm.

There is a Lunch Menu available daily 12.30pm to 5.00pm.

There is an Evening Menu available daily 5.00pm to 7.45pm Sunday to Thursday and 5.00pm to 9.00pm.

The Parklands Restaurant

Dinner is served daily from 6pm – 9pm. Offering a full A La Carte Menu and Table d’Hote Menu daily, contemporary dining with an Irish Flair.

The open plan design sets the ambiance of comfort and relaxation.

Friendly and helpful staff will ensure all your dining needs are met or expectations exceeded.

Playing Golf in Wicklow

Bray Golf Club

Bray Golf Club, is a top ranked parkland course with a classic layout, situated between Bray Head and the Sugar Loaf Mountain with magnificent views of Killiney Bay and the Wicklow Mountains. wicklow5

The Bray golf course was designed by 2006 Ryder Cup Vice-Captain Des Smyth and Declan Brannigan.

Bray golf course combines modern design with old style golfing values and provides the perfect environment for all golf standards.

Charlesland Golf Club

Founded in 1992, Charlesland Golf Club is situated the famous Wicklow Mountains. The course was designed by Ireland’s most celebrated and prolific course designer Eddie Hackett.

Charlesland Golf Course has always been known as a challenging but fair test of golf, in a beautiful setting.

Charlesland Golf Club is a top golf destination in Wicklow and offers a great golfing experience.

Charlesland Golf Course is just under 7,000 yards from the championship tees and skirts the Irish Sea for the best part of the front nine, plus the homeward stretch is true parkland.

There are some testing golf holes where water comes into play on seven holes and your return to the clubhouse, Charlesland Golf Club is renowned for the quality of its welcome and its service.

County Wicklow Places to See/ Things to Do

National Gallery

Discover the National Gallery and its collections.The National Gallery holds the national collection of European and Irish fine art. Admission to the permanent collection is free.

Killruddery House & Gardens

Killruddery House is the most successful Elizabethan-Revival mansion in Ireland and also one of the earliest.

The Gardens at Killruddery are the oldest in Ireland still surviving in their original 17th century unique style together with 18th and 19th century additions.

Powerscourt Waterfall

Powerscourt Waterfall is Ireland’s highest at 121m (398ft.) and is surrounded by woods and specimen trees.


Airfield is a 35 acre estate with working farm, formal gardens, café and shop situated in Dundrum, Dublin.

Trinity College Book of Kells

An all time favourite for all visitors, the beautiful buildings and grounds of Trinity College and grounds are worth a visit in their own right. The historically important and beautifully illustrated Book of Kells is housed in the Trinity College Library.

Shopping in Wicklow

From fashion and jewellery to arts and crafts and a wide variety of gifts and souvenirs, Wicklow offers its visitors a great shopping experience.

With internationally known brands and long-established local favourites, Wicklow and south Dublin’s shopping centres and large stores cater for all tastes and needs.

wicklow1How to Book these County Wicklow Golf Packages

The above County Wicklow Golf Packages can be booked by contacting Clubchoice Ireland as follows.

Office 14,Unit 8D
Dunshaughlin Business Park
Co. Meath, Ireland.


UK (0800) 285 1490


ROI (01) 801 1490



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