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Irish Ferries Holidays: Save 10% on Cottage Holidays

By 23/06/2016June 28th, 2016Ireland, Irish Ferries, Press Release

Book a self-drive holiday to Ireland by 18 July and families can save up to £133 on a package that includes ferry travel and accommodation, with a new offer from Irish Ferries Holidays.

There’s a choice of modern holiday cottages at 20 different locations around Ireland, from the scenic beauty of the west coast to the sunny south-east corner – all accessible via Irish Ferries’ routes into Rosslare (from Pembroke in south Wales) and Dublin (from Holyhead on Anglesey.)

The maximum saving is on a week’s holiday for four in a beautiful lodge on Fota Island in Cork Harbour.  This now costs £1198 for two adults and two children, arriving any Saturday between 9 July and 20 August and saving £133 on the original price.

Enjoy not only a four-star holiday home but 780 acres of this self-contained resort’s facilities (at extra cost) including three golf courses, a hotel and spa: do take advantage of Irish Ferries’ VIP Spa pass for two people, worth €50. Fota ‘island’ is connected to Cork City by road (15kms) with neighbouring Cobh a few minutes’ drive south.

Alternatively, a family of five could pay just £706 in total for a week in a Moore Bay holiday cottage just a mile from Kilkee’s magnificent Blue Flag beach in County Clare. This represents a saving of £78 with Irish Ferries’ Holidays’ 10% off deal and also includes ferry travel for the family and car.

This small holiday village offers a tennis court, football pitch, crazy golf and toddlers’ play area on site. The three-bedroom houses sleep up to two adults and three children. £706 is the new total price for a week starting any Saturday between 9 July and 20 August.

This Irish Ferries’ Holidays offer is for telephone bookings only, made by 18 July on 08717 300 400.


 About Irish Ferries

  • 4 ships sailing between Ireland and the UK
  • The catamaran Dublin Swift is the only high-speed ferry on the Irish Sea with a crossing time as short as 1hr 49mins from Holyhead to Dublin.
  • The largest ship on the Irish Sea is cruise-ferry Ulysses at almost 50,000 tonnes and 12 decks high with superb on-bard facilities: crossing time 3hrs 15mins from Holyhead to Dublin.
  • Holyhead/Dublin route served by Dublin Swift, Ulysses and ferry Epsilon. Drive times to Holyhead from Liverpool or Manchester 2hrs; from Birmingham 3hrs.
  • Pembroke/Rosslare route (crossing time 4hrs) usually served by cruise-ferry Isle of Inishmore. Drive time to Pembroke from Cardiff 2hrs; from Bristol 2hrs 30mins.
  • Club Class (priority boarding, reserved seating, free refreshments etc) available on most ships.
  • Ship-wide free WiFi.

Press contact Jane Williams at Beacon PR: [email protected]  01572 748 800