Fishguard Rosslare Ferry

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  • 2 crossings daily
    3 hr 15 min
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  • Fishguard - Rosslare

    Car + 1
    Travel: Friday, 1 May 2020
    from: £164
    Stena Line

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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.

Reviews

  • 17 Feb 2020
    A trouble-free transit
    • Early February, and only about 100 passengers on board ('But we're expecting 1,200 tomorrow, for the Rugby,' a barman told me). Boarding was swift (customs persons made a brief inspection of the inside of our van). Catering-wise I bought only a hot chocolate, which was quite hot and fairly chocolatey. The sea was eerily calm, and time passed swiftly. In the 'Barista' bar, where I chose to work in order to use mains laptop power, inescapable rolling TV news and tiresome game shows blasted forth at high volume. I imagine the levels are set with higher passenger numbers in mind. But there were other places to sit. The ship's personnel were pleasant and fellow travellers were largely hidden away in cabins or lounges. The usual huddle of reeking smokers polluted the 'fresh' air on deck ... not much one can do about that. All in all, a safe and troublefree transit.

      Review by An ancient mariner

  • 02 Jan 2020
    Very satisfied
    • We didn't use the catering,the coffee was good.

      Review by ALFRED COX

  • 02 Jan 2020
    Festive break
    • We used the Stena Plus on the outbound and return journey,well worth the extra fee,great facilities and wonderful staff,plus the speedy embarking and disembarkation.

      Review by KENNETH RIGBY

  • 08 Dec 2019
    Reunion
    • Very pleasant Staff excellent Only one negative comment - I was in quiet area ferry was not at all busy yet two ladies also used this area, one of whom was quite talkative and also came and went continuously ie never stopped moving

      Review by HELEN REYNOLDS

  • 02 Nov 2019
    Ferry Trip
    • enjoyable

      Review by RAYMOND .

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