Roscoff Plymouth Ferry
Roscoff to Plymouth Special Offers
Spring Channel Hop: From £138 car+2 return.
Quickly book cheap Roscoff to Plymouth ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Roscoff to Plymouth ferry route is operated solely by Brittany Ferries providing a helpful connection from France to England. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Roscoff to Plymouth to help you find the best deals and arrive in England relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal.
The average price found by Ferrysavers customers for Roscoff to Plymouth recently is £187 each way.
Roscoff to Plymouth ferries with Brittany Ferries are comfortable and provide modern facilities to make your holiday start the minute you step on board. Ferrysavers always has cheap prices for Brittany Ferries and great deals to help you save on your trip.
See below for ferry times and detailed guides about Roscoff and Plymouth.
The charming port of Roscoff is found on the northern coast of Brittany, and is ideally located for exploring this beautiful region. It is also the ideal port for exploring France's Atlantic coast, Western Loire and the Dordogne. The Roscoff ferry port is located just outside of town and is accessed via the D58 coming from Plouesat and Morlaix. The terminal is signposted from this road.
Situated near the Western tip of Brittany, Roscoff provides an ideal destination for travellers heading for Brittany who prefer sailing in luxury to a long drive. Brittany Ferries operate a regular ferry crossing service to Roscoff with sailings from Plymouth every day. Roscoff still retains plenty of small town charm, with typical Breton houses clustered around the old fishing port, and several bars and restaurants.
Plymouth ferry port is located on the northern bank of the river Ply and has excellent connections to the city's centre and the surrounding area thanks to its excellent road and rail networks. The city has an amazing mix of historic seafaring port and vibrant modern city, and today visitors will find a bustling city centre with a host of specialist shops, contemporary restaurants, world class attractions and a wide range of pavement cafes and bar. Most of the shops and attractions of Plymouth are within a short walk of the city's pedestrianised city centre so it is easy for visitors to explore the city without being too far from the ferry port.
12 Jun 2018Decent enough
Cinema should be green like it is on the stena line Birkenhead-Belfast route. Or at least cheap - but £6.50 is steep considering you have already paid so much to be on the ferry. Other than that it is a good experience but this and the price of food makes it feel like they are squeezing passengers a little more than is necessary.
Review by BAYAN
10 May 2018Easy
The whole experience was easy.
Review by Anon
06 Jun 2017Excellent all round
I was very impressed by the way the staff dealt with quite a few revellers aboard - they were very professional. The catering was excellent.
Review by JOANNA FAWKES