Getting to Northern Ireland is easy with many convenient travel options, whether you are escaping for a short break or enjoying a longer holiday:
Travel by ferry
Begin your ferry booking with our partner Stenaline by visiting http://www.stenaline.co.uk or call 08447 707070
The following information is based on travel between May and September for a car plus at least two passengers (including driver).
|Departure Port||Arrival Port||Duration||Frequency||Return fare from**|
|*Liverpool||Belfast||8 hours||up to 2 times daily||£238|
|Cairnryan||Belfast||2 hours and 15 minutes||up to 6 times daily||£214|
|Holyhead||Dublin||1 hour and 50 minutes||up to 6 times daily||£139|
|Pembroke||Rosslare||4 hours||up to 2 sailings daily||£139|
*Overnight four berth cabin: from £25 for each leg
**From prices are correct at the time of writing
Please note: Frequencies are the number of departures from the UK port at peak times. Crossing times may be slower on overnight legs. Note that fares at peak times of day, during school holidays, and on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, are usually much higher.
P&O and Steampacket also offer ferry routes from the mainland and the Isle of Man to ports in Northern Ireland.
Travel by Air
There are scheduled flights several times a day with airlines including Aer Lingus, Easyjet, Flybe and Ryanair to:
from many UK Airports, and with most travel times less than 1.5 hours, this is the perfect way to maximise your time away, especially on a short break.
Ifyou are considering flying, we strongly recommend you hire a car in order to complete the journey to your cottage, explore the scenic landscapes and take you to some of Northern Ireland’s other hidden gems.