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Stena Line has Mother’s Day all wrapped up!

Press release   •   Mar 06, 2013 10:22 GMT

WITH Mother’s Day this week, Stena Line has lots of great ideas to help families spoil their mum and enjoy some quality time together that won’t break the bank!

Northern Ireland’s leading ferry company is also offering kids the opportunity to travel and stay for free with a great selection of hotel breaks in Scotland and England. As well as kids going free, adults can travel and stay from only £59* per adult, per night. As part of National Ferry Fortnight, which runs March 2 – 16, families who book by March 16 can also take advantage of Stena Line’s great KIDS GO FREE offer which is available on all Economy, Flexi and Premium motorist bookings, for travel from March 16 until January 5, 2014.

Stena Line’s Diane Poole, OBE, Head of PR and Communications said: “Mother’s Day is the one day of the year us mums get to put our feet up and relax. I can’t think of a better way to make sure it’s a Mother’s Day to remember than treating your mum to a break in Britain to spend quality time with the family.

“During National Ferry Fortnight, Stena Line has a fantastic KIDS GO Free offer on travel booked by March 16 and in addition to that we have a great selection of hotel breaks to Britain from only £59* per adult, per night and many of which allow kids to travel and stay for free as well as the opportunity to enjoy three nights’ accommodation for the price of two. So with these fantastic money saving offers, they make the perfect present to help spoil your mum this Mother’s Day.

“What’s more, travelling with Stena Line means your mum can look forward to a stress free trip across the Irish Sea as no baggage limits means the family car can be packed to the brim and with a fantastic onboard experience to look forward to she can relax in style and enjoy a great meal and a glass of wine while the children are kept entertained in the Curious George children’s play areas and Teen, watch a free movie in the cinema or surf the net with the free Wi-Fi,” Diane added.

Stena Line has listed some of the hotel breaks on offer where KIDS GO FREE.

Travel from Belfast to Cairnryan and stay in the King James by Thistle hotel in Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh. In the heart of the city, close to Princes Street and the Royal Mile, this is the perfect location for mums to indulge in some retail therapy in Harvey Nicholls or go wild and take the family to Edinburgh Zoo.

Located in Glasgow’s fashionable West End, the 3* Glasgow Pond Hotel offers the most contemporary of bedrooms and has a bar and restaurant where you can relax after exploring the city. From shopping, to cultural landmarks and a lively nightlife, Glasgow has something for everyone.

Sail from Belfast to Liverpool and stay in the glamorous, boutique Hotel Indigo set in Liverpool’s commercial district. Enjoy a Marco Pierre White inspired meal in the hotel’s steakhouse or step out and explore one of Liverpool’s most exclusive neighbourhoods.

The newly refurbished The Queen Hotel, in the heart of Chester has been returned to its former glory. Offering a new restaurant, bar and Italian gardens, the hotel is minutes walk from the shops and attractions that Roman Chester has to offer.

To treat your mum to a break in Britain with Stena Line go to, call 08432 081 811or visit your local Stena Line office or travel agent.

*Subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply. Hotel break based on a minimum two night stay.

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KIDS GO FREE National Ferry Fortnight offer

- Book by 16th March

- For travel from 16th March until 5th Jan 2014

- Available on Economy, Flexi and Premium motorist bookings

- To book go to / call 08432 081 811 / or visit your local Stena Line office or travel agent


MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information, please contact Kate Ferguson of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 028 9073 0880.

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

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