Take to the seas like a true pirate and catch a ferry to Ireland for a bargain price! Stenaline are offering day trips to Ireland this spring, summer and beyond, with prices starting at just £6* return.
To secure these prices, you must travel on a Tuesday. Day trips other days of the week can be had for £12.50. Travel from Holyhead in Wales to Dublin and you'll have about 8 hours in the Irish capital - an ideal amount of time to sip a Guinness or two (or four).
Booking Info Timeframe: 4. Mar. 2019 - 18. Dec. 2019
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Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply.
- Direct ferry with Stenaline
- Day return tickets from Holyhead or Fishguard to Dublin or Rosslare
- £6* tickets available for Tuesday travel (Returning the same day)
- Day trips on other days of the week available from £12.50* return (Friday & Saturday excluded)
- Overnight stays available from £41* return
- Must book a minimum of 48 hours in advance
- Meals - not included
- Carry-on luggage - included
- For full Terms & Conditions, see Stena Line
You'll need to get to Holyhead or Fishguard to board the ferry. From Manchester or Liverpool, you can take the train direct to Holyhead. It should take just under 3 hours. If your are travelling from Fishguard, you can take the train direct from Cardiff.
You may want to stay overnight in these cities before your ferry. If so, you can use our hotel finder to find some great value rates. Alternatively, you can drive to the port and park your car for the day. If you need car hire for the day, use our car hire finder for the best rates.