RECENT travel disruptions around the UK and Ireland has meant that thousands of holiday-makers have had their travel plans disrupted or cancelled as well as countless family and friends’ events. However, anyone panicking about making their way to Ireland for a holiday, short break or family occasion over the next few weeks shouldn’t stress too much as leading ferry company Stena Line offers a quick, relaxed, reliable alternative to flying at great-value prices.
Stena Line offers an unrivalled choice of routes and sailings to Ireland from only £79 for car and driver single and with a journey time of only three hours and fifteen minutes (Holyhead to Dublin), you can quickly get your plans back on tract. For non-car drivers, you can also catch a train to Ireland using Rail and Sail from only £31 single or enjoy a 30 hour stay in Ireland for a car and 3 people return for £179.
There are a wide range of reasons why ferry travel is the preferable way to reach your destination apart from reliability including no extra baggage charges and no extra cost for choosing where you want to sit. Not only that, you can also avoid the hassle of long check-in-queues and instead kick back and relax in the Stena Plus Lounge.
You won’t have to try and keep the kids entertained mid-flight as they can take advantage of some of the numerous onboard facilities such as free movies and kids play areas. Eating out won’t be a problem as there are a selection of restaurants as well as an onboard shop which offers up to 50% off high street prices.
Diane Poole, Travel Commercial Manager Stena Line (Irish Sea South) said: “At Stena Line, we are on hand to take some of the stress of travelling away by providing a hugely enjoyable experience ensuring passengers have a much-needed rest as they sail across the Irish Sea, arriving refreshed for the onward journey and ready to start their break on the right note.
“When you come onboard a Stena Line ship, apart from being ultra reliable you can also expect great service and facilities to match and our unbeatable prices means that travelling with Stena Line is simply a no-brainer!” added Diane.
For more information or to book your sailing now go to www.stenaline.co.uk
Stena Line is the largest ferry operator on the Irish Sea, offering the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Britain and Ireland including Holyhead to Dublin, Fishguard to Rosslare, Cairnryan to Belfast, Liverpool to Belfast and Heysham routes, a total of 228 weekly sailing options between Britain and Ireland. Stena Line also offers a direct service from Rosslare to Cherbourg with three return crossings a week.
MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information, please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 028 9073 0880