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Take your friend to Ireland for free with Stena Line!

Take your friend to Ireland for free with Stena Line!

When you book a two night Stena Line ferry and hotel break by car, for two or more adults to Ireland, the second adult sails for free!  This fantastic travel offer is available on all 4 of Stena Line’s Irish Sea routes from Britain to Ireland and for travel until December 16, 2016, allowing you to make the most of the Bank Holiday on May 30, summer holidays and perhaps even squeeze in a Christmas shopping break.

Hotels to choose from include designer boutiques, countryside escapes, family destinations with pools or city centre locations, great for sightseeing and shopping trips.  So fill up your car, grab your best mate and enjoy a Stena Line hotel breakaway!   Get online and book now as the offer ends May 23, 2016 and use offer code FREEFRIEND16.

Ireland has some truly unmissable attractions including the Guinness Storehouse, which had over 1.2 million visitors last year, followed by the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience in Co Clare and Dublin Zoo.  The National Gallery of Ireland was the most visited free to enter attraction last year with the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin and Doneraile Wildlife Park, Cork, taking the second and third places respectively.  The Wild Atlantic Way is a staggeringly beautiful car touring route that takes you along the untamed west coast of Ireland on an adventure you’ll never want to end.

In Northern Ireland you can visit many Game of Thrones locations including the Dark Hedges (King’s Road) and Ballintoy Harbour (Iron Islands).  Visit the award winning and iconic, Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest Titanic exhibition.  New attraction, The Gobbins, located along the car touring route – the Causeway Coastal Route, is a white-knuckle walk that will thrill those with a sense of adventure.  Top free thing to do is visit the Ulster Museum which has its very own Egyptian mummy.

Book your ferry and hotel break at www.stenaline.co.uk/freefriend16 or call 08445 768 889.