Bracken Court Hotel

Bracken Court Hotel,
Bridge Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
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Shopping In North Dublin at Bracken Court Hotel

When staying at he Bracken Court, near Dublin Airport, you are situated within easy distance of a wide variety of shopping options with something to suit everyone. Whether you are looking for something quirky from one of the family run boutiques nestled in the village of Balbriggan to the latest bargain for you to nab from the high street of Dublin City Centre, the following list of excellent shopping areas is guaranteed to quench your thirst for Retail Therapy!
 

Scotch Hall Shopping Centre, Drogheda, County Louth

Just 20 minutes north of Balbriggan, you will find the amazing Scotch Hall Centre in Drogheda, County Louth. Scotch Hall features over 50 great shops and restaurants including Dunnes Stores, Next, River Island, Coast, Pamela Scott, Waterstones, Sony Centre and much more. This beautiful waterfront development, where original listed buildings are mixed with contemporary design and style, has revitalised the retail offer in Drogheda and provides a relaxed, fun, brand-filled shopping experience.

The Pavilions Centre Swords

Just 15 minutes away from the Bracken Court Hotel, near Dublin Airport, is the new Pavilions Centre in Swords.  This wonderful new centre has over 80 Shops including many High Street retailers, restaurants and cafes as well as an 11 screen cinema.  The centre is open 7 days a week and there is free parking for the first 2 hours.   

IKEA Dublin

Make the most of your shopping trip to the IKEA Store on the M50 with an overnight hotel stay at the nearby Bracken Court Hotel, near Dublin Airport. Following your trip to IKEA Dublin, simply take the M1 for less than 10 minutes to Balbriggan (Junction 6). We have ample free secure parking so your bargains will be safe!
 

Henry Street Area - Dublin City Centre

Henry Street is one of Dublin's major shopping districts, located on the North side of the River Liffey. Two major shopping centres and two prominent department stores can be found on this busy street. Jervis Street Shopping Centre is at the lower end of Henry Street. The Ilac Shopping Centre has many interesting and lower budget shops. One entrance leads out to Moore Street's famous market and there's also a public library inside the centre. Arnotts also stocks many fashionista's favourite brands. It is now the oldest department store in Dublin and stocks almost everything. There is an excellent worldwide gift store in the basement called S F Cody, a large section of collectibles, homeware, Irish Crystal and Irish Glass.

Grafton Street Area - Dublin City Centre

Located on the South side of the River Liffey, this shopping district will not leave you disappointed. Grafton Street is full of high street and upmarket shops, department stores and nearby shopping centres. It is the perfect place for window-shopping, enjoying a coffee in the flagship Bewleys café and listening to street performers. Or if you are a die-hard shopper, this pedestrianised street won't let you down, providing some of the best shops in Dublin.