Bray “the gateway of Wicklow” is located on the east coast of Ireland in county Wicklow. Bray is a main commuter town due to its close proximity to Dublin (13 miles). The seaside town has a population of approximately 32,000 people, making it the fourth largest town in Ireland. In addition to a busy urban centre, Bray is a long-established holiday resort with numerous hotels and guesthouses, shops, restaurants and evening entertainment. Bray has a great transport system including the Dart, bus service and N11 road. The dart travels as far north to Howth and Malahide and as far south to Greystones. Bray also benefits from being on the main rail network which connects Dublin to Drogheda and Dundalk and to the south of country to areas such as Arklow, Rosslare and Gorey. Bray benefits from an excellent road system, being situated near the M11 motorway; which links to the M50 it takes approximately only 20 minutes drive to Dublin city. Nearby areas to Bray include Shankill, Greystones and Enniskerry.