Ferry from Rosslare to Pembroke in Wales
While crossings between Britain and Ireland remain open, the main focus is on routes which play a critical role in the supply chain, as well as maintaining links for key workers. All operators have implemented several precautionary safety measures to ensure a safe and comfortable journey for all.
- Take your car to Britain from €79
- Car & 2 adults return from €222
Travel port to port in 4 hours onboard one of Europe’s largest, modern and best equipped car ferries.
When you sail to Pembroke with Irish ferries you journey on-board The Isle of Inishmore; 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 sits in the heart of Pembrokeshire on the South Western coast of Wales; a perfect holiday destination with golden sands, towering cliffs teeming with wildlife and covered in a beautiful array of flowers.
Pembroke Dock is just one hours drive from Pembrokeshire National Park, Britain’s only coastal national park, and just a few minute’s drive from parts of the coastal path, which runs the length of the county and offers activities like coasteering and kayaking, and spotting dolphins or seals.
No matter what you’re looking for; a family holiday, an active break, or a day out, you’ll find it in Pembrokeshire. From here, you can also explore the beautiful Brecon Beacons, or even hit the two major Welsh cities; Swansea or Cardiff.
There’s so much to discover in Wales, but if you don’t have time to stop, Pembroke Dock is also situated close to the M4, making it the ideal port to travel between Ireland and London, the South of England or the Channel Ports.