Cairnryan Larne Ferry

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  • Cairnryan - Larne

    Car + 4
    Travel: Saturday, 24 July 2021 - Tuesday, 3 August 2021
    from: £481
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Cairnryan Information

The port at Cairnryan is only 5 miles from Starnraer, and has good road connections to Glasgow and a long-term car park. Cairnryan is a small Scottish village overlooking Loch Ryan in the south-west of Scotland, set amongst some glorious countryside. Cairnryan is mostly notable today for its large, modern ferry port, and has been of vital importance in maritime history, due to its use during the Second World War. During the War Cairnryan's port had three piers and a military railway constructed by the army linking the village with Stranraer. These developments along with its strategic position of being closer by sea to Northern Ireland paved the way for Cairnryan to be regarded as a vital Scottish port ever since.

Larne Information

Larne ferry port is located very close to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Larne ferry port can be reached from Belfast on the A8 and also from Carrick Fergus on the A2. Larne ferry port is clearly signposted. Larne is a major passenger and freight port situated on the east coast of County Antrim.


  • 19 Jan 2020
    Good value
    • Needed to get to Ireland quickly and got a very good deal

      Review by DENIS

  • 16 Jan 2020
    Trouble free
    • Great service

      Review by MARTYN OWEN

  • 02 Jan 2020
    Great experience
    • Smooth sailing thank you

      Review by LISA FARRELL

  • 25 Dec 2019
    • Would have liked it cheaper but suppose that's not possible

      Review by CHARLES HENRY

  • 06 Dec 2019
    Scotland to N. Ireland
    • This must be the most beautiful way to cross the Irish Sea. The sea was calm and the landscape stunning. Checking in is really quick and easy. Most of the staff were helpful and friendly. The only downside was the meal. Considering we were on the sea I thought fish and chips would be a good option. The batter was thick and soggy. The chips tasted liked they had been reheated in a microwave. The exchange rate was appalling. However I would drive to Scotland every time over a shorter drive to Holyhead.

      Review by Anon

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