Ferries to Rosslare
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Both Stena Line and Irish Ferries have routes to Ireland from the west Welsh coast. Stena Line have both standard and an Express crossing with run daily. Irish Ferries have the one route from Pembroke that travels twice daily.
To book a crossing that departs within the next 7 days, please email EuropeanWebEnquiries@campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk
Ferry routes to Rosslare
|Up to 2 daily
||3 hours 30 mins
|Stena Line (Express)
||1 hour 50 mins
Depending on the route you choose, the cabin options differ. Routes from Fishguard with Stena Line offer a 2/4 berth inside and outside cabins, disable cabins, Comfort Class cabins and Stena Plus Lounge.
If you decide to travel from Pembroke, you have slightly different cabin choices. Irish ferries offer the following options; 2/4 inside and outside cabins, disabled cabins and Club Class Lounge.
On board facilities and information
Both operators offer similar onboard facilities such as self-service restaurants and cafes. Stena Line has a fully stocked bar on its route to Rosslare whereas Irish ferries are better equipped for families with a family lounge snack area.
Pets are permitted on both routes. There are limited kennels available on crossings from Pembroke only. Pets not in kennels must remain in the owner's vehicle.
Campsites near Rosslare
We are currently unable to book campsites on your behalf; please contact the campsite direct if you wish to make a booking.
More about Rosslare
Rosslare is a small seaside village in the County of Wexford in south-east Ireland, around 90 miles south of Dublin. Rosslare claims to be the sunniest spot in Ireland, and has been a tourist destination for over a century. Around five miles south of Rosslare village is Rosslare harbour, which is a ferry terminal for passenger services to and from Wales and France.
Rosslare is a very pleasant place at which to stay for relaxation purposes. There are a few guest houses, plus a Caravan and Camping park at Lady's Island. There are also a few excellent places at which you'll find the best in local fare served, available to be washed down with pints of Guinness.
If you are a bird-watcher, there are plenty of places at which to catch migratory bird activity around the flats of Wexford Bay. There's a pleasant beach between the harbour and Carnsore Point - swimming is generally safe, and you may also fish from there. If you're feeling more energetic you can take to two wheels and explore the Wexford countryside (Wexford is nicely flat) by bike, or hit a few balls at one of Rosslare's two 18-hole links golf courses.
You may like to explore Rosslare's past by visiting Rosslare Fort, which once extended over 750 acres.