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England to Ireland...


England to Ireland... From bus to boat on one easy ticket.

A brand new daily service, bus and ferry travel on one ticket at one great price.

Travel with and Irish Ferries on one easy ticket, all the way from Birmingham, Birmingham Int Airport, Coventry, Manchester, Leeds, London, Bristol City Centre, Bristol UWE, Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, or Carmarthen, to Rosslare, Ireland and back again! Or if you're travelling to Dublin from London, Manchester or Chester with, from Holyhead to Dublin you'll travel with Stena Line Ferries.

Daily Journey Times London to Ireland 18.30 from London Victoria arriving at Rosslare Europort at 06.46 (via ferry connection at Pembroke Dock) Ireland to London 20.45 from Rosslare Europort arriving at London Victoria at (via ferry connection at Pembroke Dock) (Check in by 20.15).

Ticket prices from just £1/€1 plus 50p/50c booking fee for one-way and include both ferry and bus travel. Please note, all travellers must check in at the Irish Ferries or Stena Line's passenger terminal in both directions. Boat Travel to and from Rosslare is undertaken subject to the terms and conditions of Irish Ferries Ltd. Details can be found at or from Ferryport, Alexandra Road, Dublin , Ireland. Boat Travel to and from Holyhead and Dublin is undertaken subject to the terms and conditions of Stena Line Limited. Details can be found at or from UK Head Office, Stena Line Limited, Stena House, Station Approach, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 1DQ . Irish Ferries and Stena Line recommend all passengers bring a passport with them. Non-EU nationals should check with the British or Irish embassy before travelling as they may also need a visa. Passengers who turn up at the ports without valid documentation may not be allowed to enter either Ireland or Britain.