Healing Streams is adjacent to Main Street, Bray, Co Wicklow, and is at 7C Church Terrace. It is a red brick building on the right 40 metres beyond the double gates of The Well church, where we used to meet as a congregation.
If at all possible, please do not park in Church Terrace. There is ample parking, free on a Sunday and in the evenings, in the Herbert Road Carpark, which is in the second entrance from Main Street on the left of Herbert Road. Please do not park in Holy Redeemer Parish Carpark which is clearly signed ‘For parish business only’.
Detailed directions are below the map.
By road from the M50:
Bray can be accessed from many parts of the country by following the M50 Southbound motorway ring-road around Dublin until it merges with the M11 Southbound motorway, and then following the directions below from Dublin
By road from Dublin city:
Follow the N11 Southbound until it merges with the M50 Southbound, and then exit at Junction 5 signposted Bray North. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit signposted Bray. Continue straight on, without veering to the right, until you cross a stone bridge over the Dargle River. Just after crossing the bridge, you will see the Royal Hotel on your left, and The Well church on your right. Turn right at the traffic lights after the church, and the Herbert Road Carpark will be the second entrance on your left. After parking, walk back toward the traffic lights and cut through before Softworks Ireland to Church Terrace, turn left and you will see Healing Streams about 45m along on your right.
However those with mobility issues should turn right into Church Terrace, which is just before the traffic lights and between Macari’s Food Bar and Bruce Betting, and where there is limited parking for residents.
By road from the Southeast:
Follow the M11 / N11 Northbound. Exit at Junction 7 signposted Bray South. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit, which brings you over a bridge across the dualcarriageway. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto Killarney Road and signposted Bray. Continue straight on to reach Main Street.. You will see the large Holy Redeemer church on your left at a traffic lights. At the following traffic lights turn left, and the Herbert Road Carpark will be the second entrance on your left. After parking, walk back toward the traffic lights and cut through before Softworks Ireland to Church Terrace, turn left and you will see Healing Streams about 45m along on your right..
However those with mobility issues should turn left into Church Terrace, which is just after the traffic lights and between Macari’s Food Bar and Bruce Betting, and where there is limited parking for residents.
Buses 45A, 84, 84A, 145 and 185 Northbound stop just before Church Terrace at Stop 4153. Bus 184 Northbound stops a little further South on Main Street at Stop 4151 Town Hall.
Buses 45A, 84, 84A, 184 and 185 Southbound stop near to Main Street at Stop 4155 Quinsboro Road. Bus 145 stops a little further South on Main Street at Stop 4132 Town Hall.
Full details at www.dublinbus.ie.
Bray is served by DART commuter trains which run variously from Howth / Malahide / Dublin City to Bray / Greystones, and by InterCity trains from Rosslare Europort to Dublin City.
Other InterCity trains run to either Dublin Heuston or Dublin Connolly. A bus link from Heuston or a walkway from Connolly InterCity station links with Connolly DART station.
Church Terrace is just under half a mile from Bray station. On exiting the station, turn right. At the small roundabout, turn left and walk up Quinsboro Road until you reach a traffic lights, from which you will see The Well to the right on the far side of Main Street. Between The Well and Herbert Road, and between Macari’s Food Bar and Bruce Betting, you will see Church Terrace, where you will find Healing Streams on the right about 40m beyond the double gates of The Well church.
Alternatively, there is a taxi rank at the station.
Full details at www.irishrail.ie.
Details of a range of accommodation in Bray can be viewed at www.discoverireland.ie, where the List View can be sorted by Rating
The Royal Hotel is particularly convenient, as it is just across the street from Church Terrace.