Fishguard Rosslare Ferry

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  • 1 crossings daily
    3 hr 15 min
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Quickly book cheap Fishguard to Rosslare ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Fishguard to Rosslare ferry route is operated solely by Stena Line providing a helpful connection from Wales to Ireland. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Fishguard to Rosslare to help you find the best deals but as well as that, we will also compare with Pembroke to Rosslare to help you arrive in Ireland relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal.

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  • Fishguard - Rosslare

    Car + 1
    Travel: Friday, 13 September 2019
    from: £125.5
    Stena Line

Fishguard Information

Located in northern Pembrokeshire in Wales, Fishguard is a coastal port town that connects the Principality to Ireland. The Fishguard ferry port is not located within the town's limits but is actually located approximately one mile up the road in the town of Goodwick. Fishguard is surrounded by a wide variety of colourful wild flowers, birds and beautiful scenery, and is therefore an ideal destination for those that enjoy wildlife and nature as well as picturesque and breathtaking views.

The surrounding area of the town offers many fabulous nature walks and hiking routes that allow visitors to take in the beautiful scenery of the Welsh coast. The town is also home to the Fishguard Tapestry which depicts the story of a force of French soliders that landed near Fishguard during the last invasion of England up until their surrender to the English in Fishguard a few days later.


Rosslare Information

Located on the south-eastern tip of Ireland, Rosslare is a very busy port, with frequent connections to the UK and Europe and plenty of facilities, including a restaurant, bar, lounges, play areas and a bureau de change. The harbour area has plenty of accommodation and restaurants, and the port is an excellent gateway to the East, South East, West, Southwest and Midlands via the N11/N25 road network, with the N25 leading directly to the port.

Rosslare itself is a popular tourist resort, thanks mainly to the 300+ hours a year of sunshine it receives compared to the rest of Ireland and the glorious Blue Flag beach, often packed with holiday makers during the summer months. There are also plenty of watersport options, with surfing, sailing and windsurfing all popular activities. To help you relax Rosslare is home to some excellent restaurants specialising in local produce and also to some fine golf courses.

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Reviews

  • 11 Jul 2019
    Ireland and back
    • Our crossings in both directions between Fihguard and Rosslare by Stena Line were very efficient. We boarded swiftly and the smoothe crossings took only three and a half hours. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food tasty and reasonably priced and there was even a film to pass the time. Children were catered for and there was plenty of seating for everyone. We shall use Stena again in the future.

      Review by BIDDY WOMBWELL

  • 07 Jul 2019
    Crossing Fishguard to Rosslare
    • Nice comfortable crossing. No complaints

      Review by THOMAS KENNEDY

  • 01 Jul 2019
    Ferry traveling
    • Stena line were brilliant would recommend

      Review by GREGORY BASSETT

  • 01 Jul 2019
    Crossing
    • Ferry was very clean but seemed the toilets wasn't checked through the crossing as they were getting dirty. Food was average with not the best of choices. Shop was very small holding not a lot of stock. Bar was nice staff in the ship were very polite and friendly

      Review by NATHAN NIXON

  • 25 Jun 2019
    Behaviour of fellow travellers
    • We travelled from Rosslare to Fishguard at 18.15 on Thursday 20.6.19. Two male travellers arrived in the bar, restaurant section, their already poor behaviour deteriorated as they consumed more alcohol. Swearing, burping, accompanied by vulgar shouting, all this even though one of the mens young son was accompanying his father. The young boy was very rude to one of the barmen, who dealt with this very difficult problem with professionalism and care. He was very effective, resulting in an apology from a very drunk father of the offending child. The men were too drunk to be reasoned with, in fact any approach risked a violent response. I conclude by asking if Stena Line accept they have a responsibility to ensure they do not serve alcohol to visibly drunk customers? These men had taken drink before they travelled so the numerous pints they consumed took them to a very drunken, uncontrolled state that impacted negatively on fellow travellers.

      Review by MAIRIN JOHNSON