Fall for Ireland with a Stena Line break
Stena Line launches its great-value autumn short breaks to Ireland
Exploring Ireland in autumn should be on everyone’s short break to-do list. The vivid reds, oranges and golds transform a country better known for its fifty shades of green into an autumnal treat for the senses and the soul.
Getting to Ireland from Britain has never been easier or more affordable and Stena Line is leading the way with some fantastic travel deals, explained Elaine McShane from Stena Line.
“Not only do we provide one of the most comfortable and exciting ways for people to travel to Ireland but we are fantastic value too as we offer up to 40% off hotel breaks. There are hundreds of accommodation options for people to consider on our website ranging from 5 star hotels in the city to cosy B&B getaways in rural Ireland and by booking your ferry travel and accommodation with us you get the lowest price guaranteed,” said Elaine.
Stena Line’s accommodation partners number in the hundreds and include 3, 4 and 5 star hotels, castles, island retreats, B&Bs and self-catering properties, located all over Ireland.
Elaine continued: “A two night hotel break to Ireland costs from only £75 per adult per night and the properties offer couples, families and those in search of a fun-filled shopping or sight-seeing trip a great choice of places to stay.
“You can travel anytime from now until March 2016 but to get the best deals you must book by November 30 and use the special offer code, IRELAND2015. That means the offer includes times of the year when we love getting together with family and friends like some school holidays, Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day and St Patrick’s Day, so get planning now and you could make some serious savings on your break to Ireland.”
Ireland has an exceptional array of experiences to be enjoyed such as a drive along the car touring route, the Wild Atlantic Way which joins with the Causeway Coastal Route in Northern Ireland, said to be one of the world’s greatest road journeys.
One of Ireland’s best kept secrets is its world class surfing locations. The 3172 km of coastline includes surfing hotspots Easky in County Sligo, Inch in County Kerry, Inchydowney in County Cork and Mullaghmore in County Sligo, to name a few.
Head north and be part of the global phenomenon, Game of Thrones, which is filmed in Northern Ireland by taking a selfie at one of the magical filming locations featured in the series, such as Ballintoy Harbour and The Dark Hedges.
There are great events to be a part of including the atmospheric Mount Stewart Festival of Light, Co Down, 20-29 November 2015 where lights bring the National Trust property and grounds to life; the many festive Christmas markets in various cities including Dublin, Galway, Belfast, Limerick and Killarney.
In Belfast, the Out To Lunch Festival, 8-31 January 2016 features music, comedy, literature, theatre and film; the Dublin International Film Festival, 18-26 February 2016 has exclusive screenings and talks; celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Dublin with the St Patrick’s Day Festival, 14-17 March 2016 featuring floats, fun and musical entertainment.
And remember when you travel with Stena Line there are no fun-sapping long queues at check-in, there are many places to explore onboard, delicious dining options, free blockbuster movies and free WiFi. Plus, there is up to 50% off lots of quality lines when compared to the high street in the bargain-filled onboard shop.
Book online at www.stenaline.co.uk/ireland or call 08445 768 889.