Ferry from Pembroke to Rosslare in Ireland

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All ferry operators have taken several precautionary safety measures to ensure a safe and comfortable journey for all, the latest of which is to recommend the wearing of face coverings where social distancing is difficult to practise. Some ferry companies still have restrictions on which travel routes are operational at this time. Information is changing daily, so please check back again if your preferred route is not operational.

The Pembroke Rosslare ferry is operated by Irish Ferries and connects Wales and the UK with the stunning landscape of Southern Ireland.

  • Standard prices: Car plus 4 passengers from £184
  • Foot passengers from just £31 one way
Pembroke to Rosslare

Travel port to port in 4 hours onboard one of Europe’s largest, modern and best equipped car ferries.

Blackwater beach, Co. Wexford

Blackwater beach, Co. Wexford

Rosslare is the perfect destination for anyone who is  exploring the beautiful landscape and patchwork-like scenery of southern Ireland.

When you sail to Rosslare with Irish ferries you journey on-board The Isle of Inishmore, it’s one of Europe’s largest, modern and best equipped car ferries, with a capacity to carry 2,200 passengers and 856 cars.  You will  find a host of facilities on-board including restaurants, video and electronic games, children’s play area, two large lounge bars and a shop.

The Pembroke Dock, on the South Western tip of Wales is situated close to the M4 making it the ideal port if you are travelling to or from London, the South of England or the Channel Ports.

Rosslare Ferry Port is situated in the south-eastern corner of Ireland and is ideally placed for those travelling to anywhere in the republic of Ireland. With good access to the N25 road which will take you into midland south and south west of Ireland or you can easily travel north to Dublin via the N11.

Whether you are traveling from Pembroke to Rosslare or back from Ireland to Pembroke, both Wales and Ireland offer great holidays. When in Ireland why not discover Cork which was included in the Lonely list of ‘Best in Travel 2010’. If you are visiting Wales you can explore the beautiful Brecon Beacons or even hit the two major Welsh cities Swansea or Cardiff.