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Stena Line offers a wide network of routes from UK ports, making it easy to organise adventures in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, or Scandinavia. And thanks to Stenaline discount code deals, travelling with the company can be extremely cost effective. Head to the hotukdeals listings for the latest Stena Line sales and discounts. Read more

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Day trip to Dublin - £6 on Tuesdays @ Stena Line
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18/12/2019Expires on 18/12/2019Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
WANDER ABROAD FOR AS LITTLE AS £6 Head off to buzzin’ Dublin or carefree Rosslare for a Day Away from only £6. A great day begins onboard with free movies, Wi-Fi and a shop full of… Read more
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Chiptivo

I was born in England, but consider myself European.

mhoneyghan

The seperation of paragraph

mhoneyghan

But I didn't as I'd ended the sentence with a question mark

mhoneyghan

The maybe I'm getting wrong was to the fact those 5 countries are separate countries as a few messages before it was stated going from Wales to Dublin was not going abroad

No1Funnymummy

"maybe I'm getting it wrong " No, no, Ireland and northern Ireland are in great Britain. Tho I'm surprised you noted a seperation. (confused)

(Daytrip / Foot Passengers) Return ferry from Cairnryan to Belfast £5 / Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare £6 @ Stena Line
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Posted 5th JulPosted 5th Jul
Excellent price for a day return to Ireland :) Belfast Info: From only £5 per person return, you can get away to Belfast for a fun packed day! Grab this bargain trip and sav… Read more
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WorKev

Was thinking about taking the kids here for a day trip, and was wondering if anyone knows what we could do in Belfast that kids would enjoy?

Zaphod99

Pity its not on fridays, glorious 12th would have been good.

reindeer333

Thanks, I will edit this out of the description. I don't wan't anyone to be stung :)

Ess_Biem

Not correct. I do the fishguard-Rosslare trip several times a year and I never return on the return leg and have never been charged more. I have read the terms and conditions before, but thought I'd read them again to make sure. The only time it becomes an issue is if you try and only use the return leg and not to outward (say you were already in Ireland and wanted to catch the return leg of a cheap fishguard-Rosslare return). In this case you'd have to buy a ticket on the day

EdiP4

Correct

Return ferry from Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare (Daytrip / Foot Passengers) £6 on Tuesdays @ Stena Line
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Return ferry from Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare (Daytrip / Foot Passengers) £6 on Tuesdays @ Stena Line
£6£12.5052%
Excellent price for a day return to Ireland :) The price is only valid on Tuesdays, although it is only £12.50 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Of course if you woul… Read more
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blackanchorage

I booked singles Dublin to Holyhead yesterday for £37 each! I think I could have got day returns from Dublin for 7EUR and thrown away the return ticket. 😧

iibdii

Great price but I can take 90 min bus to dublin for £15 return :) just until brexit

moneysavingtom

There is literally nothing in Rosslare. Went on a day trip there and couldn't wait to get back on the ferry to come home

Mrlossy

when I was younger it was the Sands nightclub till 2am and then if we timed it right the party continued on the Pembroke to Rosslare ferry (aka Booz cruise). However, some of the roughest crossings imaginable, the Irish sea can be harsh!

connorhey

They don't sail to Dún Laoghaire anymore hence no DART ticket. There's no train at Dublin port but it's closer to the city centre and a bus meets the ferry. It's €6 return to the city centre.

10% off and free Flexi upgrade with Stena Line
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10% off and free Flexi upgrade with Stena Line
Stena giving 10% off and Flexi price for same price as Economy. Save 10% off Economy, Flexi & Premium motorist fares Book Flexi pay Economy Available on Belfast, Cairnryan and… Read more
mac3067

Still an extortionately priced stretch of water!!! (mad)

Stena Line £3 Holyhead to Ireland (By Foot)
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Stena Line £3 Holyhead to Ireland (By Foot)
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The St. Patrick’s Day offer is back! Follow the rainbow all the way to the good-as-gold £3 foot fare deal! Walk away with a £3 single fare* from Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to … Read more
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tygr

Did this two years ago. Was really good but hiring a car was quite expensive other side. Was just about cheaper than paying the car fare.

No1Funnymummy

Sailebrate. Just awful. Heat for deal.tho. 🔥

SixtyFive

Already posted here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sail-to-dublin-for-6-day-return-3-each-way-holyhead-to-dublin-mar-to-dec-19-dates-stena-line-3190342

random_dude

Eejits surely?

SixtyFive

it's a great deal as you can return for the same price until near the end of the year. 2 weeks fares cost to Eire = £6.00 per person.

Sail to Dublin for £6 day return (£3 each way) - Holyhead to Dublin - Mar to  Dec 19 dates @ Stena Line
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Stena Line are offering a same day foot passenger return deal from Holyhead to Dublin for £6 - so works out at £3 each way. The price is valid on Tuesdays, also kids under 3 go fre… Read more
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davidmarkwales

It's a great deal, have done it many times in the past. Just a shame the last train leaves Holyhead before the ferry arrives

redandwhiteliz

It will

Rastafari

Assuming that the person is a visa required national (although I believe exemptions exist for Chinese, Indian and perhaps one or two other nationalities with LTR in the UK) then possession of a valid Irish Visa would be required for entry for the purpose of tourism. This is unless the person is travelling with their British citizen spouse to Ireland and if the couple is in possession of their marriage certificate, then EU treaty rights apply and a visa is not required.

Rastafari

Tiocfaidh ár lá....

johnnyd57uk

(cheeky) Agus Amadains. Nach bhfuil me ceart

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Sail to Ireland for £5.50 return (so £2.75 each way) with Stenaline -  Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare
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Sail to Ireland for £5.50 return (so £2.75 each way) with Stenaline - Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare
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Stenaline are offering a same day foot passenger return deal to Ireland for £5.50 - so works out at £2.75 each way. The price is valid on Tuesdays for the following routes Holyhe… Read more
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deleted288529

If the bar prices are reasonable you can get lagered up onboard ship

BGF

I think they've thought of that! T&Cs "Passengers are not permitted to bring luggage"! As regards, buying a 2nd ticket, the deal is also available from Dublin to Holyhead for €6.50 from stenaline.ie.

flamethrower

wow really ? that should be in their T&C's then.

b4dr1

Exactly!

termite

That has never happened to me when travelling as a foot passenger.

£2  foot fare to Ireland from Wales @ Stena Line
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£2 foot fare to Ireland from Wales @ Stena Line
£2
Wander off to Ireland or Britain for just a £2 coin! But you only have a few hours to book, so get your skates on this St. Patrick’s. What’s the deal? Grab a £2 foot fa… Read more
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Madchester

Dublin year after year..

husna2000

I wish they would do France again

TallerPaul

looks quite tempting although still 10 hours on a train ... i wish i could just the person on a test flight nearby but all the flights i can find from southampton airport within the UK have an expensive train route back if the person doesn't feel comfortable traveling by plane, and they feel too clostraphobic on buses

TallerPaul

You can but last time i lived in northern ireland beside the donegal border the duty free cigs worked out more expensive than the uk lol

techno12

Yup - cheapest I could find was a 1 bed AirBnB flat on Parnell Street for £250 for 2 nights. (I ended up cancelling and losing £100 deposit as my best friend had moved to Lucan, just west of Dublin, so could stay for free). It's a crazy central-London style pricing hell in Dublin.

Stena Line - Foot passenger - Cairnryan to Belfast - £5 each way
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Stena Line - Foot passenger - Cairnryan to Belfast - £5 each way
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Found a semi-hidden option on Stena Line to get a foot passenger ticket for just £5 each way on the Cairnryan/Belfast route - however only valid on some dates. Bit of a process to… Read more
alphamike

Great Find (y)

jrandrews72

99p more travelling from Wales https://www.stenaline.co.uk/dayout

gidsterc

Me and the Mrs did it once with pedal bikes. (We came from Belfast), packed light and stayed in a campsite in Stranraer overnight!

chigger1

Good deal, voted hot. Does anyone know a good way to get to Cairnryan without the car to make this deal worthwhile.

cmcal

Is it possible to book the bus separately after booking this deal?

Stenaline £5 Sail e/w on either Liverpool to Belfast or Cairnryan to Belfast routes.
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Stenaline £5 Sail e/w on either Liverpool to Belfast or Cairnryan to Belfast routes.
£5
£5 foot passenger (each way) on either the Cairnryan-Belfast or Liverpool-Belfast routes. Book by 19th March (this weekend only!) to travel anytime until 15th December 2017. Chea… Read more
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kenny07

It takes 7 hours from liverpool to. So if you want a cabin its extra.

gidsterc

"​C'mon do it nooooowwww!" (Arnold Schwarzenegger - in 'Predator')

marty-401

Nice. Just checked 18th August for a car and 4 people return and it came back as £350! Then checked car and 1 person plus 3 foot passengers and it totalled £260. Does anyone see a problem with that?

Sail to Ireland for £2 each way with Stenaline Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare
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Sail to Ireland for £2 each way with Stenaline Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare
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WHAT'S THE DEAL? £2 single foot passenger fare Valid for travel from Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare Travel up to 15 December Book by 18 March 2017 … Read more
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Brianliptov

take a train up to Conway or Bangor. more in dublin than in holyhead!

rhian85

Nothing it's an absolute dump

rhian85

Holyhead is a hell of a long way from Llandudno -

Kookykat

​Totally agree! We stayed in Dublin for four nights. Spoke to a local, older chap in the market on our first day and asked for the best pubs, places to see and where to eat. We had a fabulous time, saw lots of interesting places, including a short but beautiful train trip to a lovely little place on the coast called Howth. There were seals in the harbour! <3 We bought a multi ride bus ticket to get around and the buses were as frequent as any other large city I've visited. Also had one of the best Chinese meals I have ever eaten in Dublin Chinatown! It can be as expensive or as cheap as you make it. We had a amazing break :3

rachelandgromit

Worth noting Liverpool to Belfast is £5 each way too. It's over 6 hrs and you can fly in 40 mins though and the train will cost me more to get from Cheshire to Liverpool.

StenaLine Day Trips from Belfast to Glasgow from £10 return, including £5 voucher to spend in the onboard shops (on min purchase of £25)
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StenaLine Day Trips from Belfast to Glasgow from £10 return, including £5 voucher to spend in the onboard shops (on min purchase of £25)
£10
StenaLine have a great day trip deal to Glasgow from Belfast for only £10 day return (Wed and Thurs) and £15 on Saturdays leading up to Christmas. Great for a bit of Christmas shop… Read more
widzmorrow

Nothing you can't watch on a video as everything is on TVs in it anyway ..no grand staircase or anything grand at all ..shameless tricksters

emmsyg

I agree, the outside of the building is the most impressive part, better saving the money and not going inside!

widzmorrow

Oops heat for the day trips wish I had time I love Glasgow

widzmorrow

It's nowhere near belfasts top tourist attraction despite the claims ..yes a lot of people go there but if they bothered to hang around for their feedback it's disappointing and I'm from Belfast and been to Titanic

Jen_Liam

Ahh would have loved this if it was other way round! Cheers tho. Hot :)

Bring a friend for free when booking a crossing @ Stena Line (eg Belfast-Cairnryan 1 Car 2 Passengers just £83 one way)
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Bring a friend for free when booking a crossing @ Stena Line (eg Belfast-Cairnryan 1 Car 2 Passengers just £83 one way)
£83
This seems like a pretty basic offer, but anyone who has done the Irish Sea crossing, knows prices are usually pretty high, especially around Christmas time. There are some exclusi… Read more
gidsterc

​what do you mean, 'What if...'?

bracey100

​it's half price if u Don't :D

simont_space

What if you don't have any friends?

Up to 25% off sailings between Ireland and Britain with Stenaline.
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Up to 25% off sailings between Ireland and Britain with Stenaline.
Thought this was an amazing deal: "Grab yourself a full on spring break, summer holiday or autumn escape for 25% less. What’s the deal? 25% off all motorist bookings Val… Read more
Fool1111

Expired. Went to /setsale part of website and it said so.

£1 single ferry tickets Holyhead - Dublin, Cairnryan - Belfast, Fishguard- Rosslare @ Stena line
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£1 single ferry tickets Holyhead - Dublin, Cairnryan - Belfast, Fishguard- Rosslare @ Stena line
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A lot of the more convenient times have gone but I managed to get some ok times in December 2016. Today is your lucky day as we have an amazing offer too good to miss! Leave the … Read more
pontprennau

expired now :\

Tilet

Great deal thanks!

stphnstevey

Where park

NoRegrets

Deal offered by Stena Line.

bellasdaddy

Heat added, I just bagged a week away for family for £8 in October 2016 half term.

20% off Stena Line sailings - ends 05/02/2016
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20% off Stena Line sailings - ends 05/02/2016
Received an email through from Stena Line yesterday stating the following: Hi Customer, Hurry, our exclusive 20% off* any Economy, Flexi or Premium motorist fare throughout 2016 m… Read more
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TheKingSixtyTwentyFour

Yes, I received this also but must admit I forgot all about it yesterday when posting. There is probably a different discount code behind it.

ct89

Wouldn't be a big fan of boats, usually full of those with no fixed abode

butterflymum

I received an email from them on 27/1/16 saying so, it seems it depends on which route you use, when discount ends.

Stena Line - JANUARY SALE TO HOLLAND
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Stena Line - JANUARY SALE TO HOLLAND
£175
Just booked a trip in April, seems like a good price for a family of 4 [2 adults + 2 Children ~ £175]. Even though the ferry travel takes long time, the kids enjoyed it last time … Read more
Day trip to Dublin (Ferry from Holyhead for foot passengers) - €12.00/£8.75 person return Tuesdays-Thursday - Stena
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Day trip to Dublin (Ferry from Holyhead for foot passengers) - €12.00/£8.75 person return Tuesdays-Thursday - Stena
£8.75
Using the Irish Stena Line Website the day trips from Holyhead to Dublin is £8.75 until 1st November 2015 when booking on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. This is for foot passen… Read more
mash8

I suggest you read their website....you arrive at 17:05, a great day out in Dublin!

mariemcb

If u want a day in Dublin rather? I'm sure many would!!

mash8

Great if you want a day in holyhead, no good otherwise.

December foot travel trip to ireland for a fiver! @ Stena
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December foot travel trip to ireland for a fiver! @ Stena
£5
just came across this - n december, travel from holyhead - dublin on tuesday - thursday and its a fiver return each. didnt appear to be any catch. £5 is for TUESDAYS only. £10 f… Read more
Michelle41

Thanks OP - got the day trip from Belfast to Glasgow for £10 on 9th December. 2 tickets for hubby & myself £20. (Heat).

MrsHods

Take this from somebody who has been there and done this ... It was a lesson well learnt after we ended up having to eat all our meals on the ferry!! You're the first on the ferry, they load the cargo areas after passengers ... You're the last off the ferry at Ireland. You're like sardines and it's a very slow system we paid 25 euros for the coach to Dublin to spend around an hour there then the same again back to the ferry as you have to be back on it again before you know it! Maybe worth trying to combine with hotel and buying two!

BubaMan

Arrive @ 17:05, depart 20:30... Hardly a shopping trip - you've probably got about an hour in Dublin after you're done mucking about with boarding, departures & taxis. Might be worth getting 2 return tickets for £15 though :)

noble

Nip over to reacquaint yourself with Huey & Ralph

DAY TRIP TO BELFAST WITH STENA LINE from £10 departs from Cairnryan in Scotland
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DAY TRIP TO BELFAST WITH STENA LINE from £10 departs from Cairnryan in Scotland
£10
TAKE A DAY TRIP TO THE COSMOPOLITAN CITY OF BELFAST TO EXPERIENCE THE WONDERFUL HOSPITALITY, THE SHOPPING AND THE MANY MUSEUMS AND ATTRACTIONS FROM ONLY £10 PER PERSON. NOW INCLUDE… Read more
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Durenajaf

you are right he is a tool he forgot to mention the racist d*ckheads found in abundance in Belfast !

Durenajaf

lol

gtd65

Had an all expenses paid tour here in 1987 and have thought of going back over many times to see how things have changed since those days. Didn't get much sleep, accomodation (where provided) was very basic and for some reason, we had to wear green most of the time..saw a lot of sights that your wouldn't ordinarily see... :{ Most of the locals were friendly enough... :D

mjl7972

Just moved away from near Cairnryan and in the 7-8 years I was there this is the best deal I've seen. Well worth seeing some of the sights around the area as in my opinion it is one of the most picturesque places in the UK.

callum9999

Very true. I think I should clarify that it was dull to me and not an accusation that the whole city is completely dull. As I said, the North coast was stunning though, so hopefully I can come back and also give Belfast another go!