You just have to keep watching Ryanair for offers. I just took carry on luggage and they didnt even check the weight. Car hire is cheap but if you decide to take the CDW it becomes expensive.
where are you getting £20 rtn flights to Cork?
I use Irish ferries but not sure this is so good a deal at £198 return. For £368 you can get a cottage holiday from them with return ferry which works out at about £30 per night for a 3/4 bed cottage. Its much cheaper to fly and hire a car then get your own accommodation. Look for a flight deal. Cost me £20 return to Cork and car hire was cheap. Ferries are the only option when I take the kids but its way too expensive by comparison.
Ferries to Ireland are a rip off. I worked it out for a short trip it was cheaper to fly and rent a car than take a ferry. I know the distance is less but you can get a ferry to France for £20 and they give you some free plonk
This offer only applies to residents of Ireland.
bit misleading that title
Thanks for the heads up . Heat from me .
Can anyone confirm the full price for this? Has anyone done it? Do you have to book for 6 people, or can you book for 2 or 3?
I haven't actually booked JC. I was simply jesting with my friends after they said they would go with me so cannot help with final price i'm afraid :thumbsup:
I'm always cynical about offers like this. I love it when they say "from £16..." - if you manage to find the golden £16 deal it is likely to be a shack on a cliff; all the decent places will be way more expensive. Good deal if you can find it though. H&R
How much did it cost in total the end? The £16pppn with up to 6 people makes it sound like it's a fixed cost of £16x6x7=£672?...
heres one for you toybhoy "hope its a single":-D only joking,:thumbsup:
prices are each way,,but still good price also if you prefer to travel on stena line to dun laoghaire they will price match as i have done this before