Brittany Ferries

Brittany Ferries offer a wide selection of ferry routes to Western France and Northern Spain as well as a ferry service between France and Ireland.

When you sail with Brittany Ferries your destination port is more than just a port. Each of their destinations possesses its own character and is normally full of life with great places to shop, drink and eat.

Brittany Ferries offer a service which is centred on their luxury cruise ferries, which means your holiday starts the minute you step on board the ship.

The entertainment is varied and the food is French cuisine which of course has a great reputation. You can also shop in the many boutiques, or relax in your accommodation, which they have tried to make as comfortable and luxurious as they can.

On longer trips such as between England and Spain the cabin that you get can make a massive difference. Getting a cabin allows you privacy during the day along with a place to keep your belongings safe and by night provides you with a comfortable place to sleep.

Brittany Ferries also operate a no-frills service called Brittany Ferries économie on the Portsmouth Le Havre and Santander routes. The économie service is ideal for those who wish to travel to France or Spain at a very reasonable fare without either the cruise-style experience provided on other ships or the speed afforded by Normandie Express. Brittany Ferries économie uses the Etretat ferry.

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Brittany Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Roscoff-Cork ferry"

    I,with my Partner and her son, travelled from Roscoff to Cork on the nght of June 3rd with the Pont Aven and returned with the same on June18th. I found the staff to be friendly and very helpful (with the exception of one bartender who had not enough experience to know his job does not entail being a smart-ass. But no doubt he will learn or be taught.) I was annoyed that ships prices were in Sterling and at a ruinous exchange rate to €uros, which currency is that of both France and Ireland not GBP. But I am sure that will soon change with the brexit and the debased british pound ( buy sterling while it iis cheap or pay by card). Ships punctuality is good but as a foot passenger you will not get off the boat before 10:00. Everybody else seems to have precedence ,so do not expect to arrive in Cork city before 11.30 (Ringaskiddy is 20km. outside of Cork) so plan your further travel accordingly.

    'Liam O'Loideoin' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Pont Aven

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  • "Very good crossing"

    A nice ship with a friendly and professional crew.

    'John' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Baie de Seine

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  • "Ferry trip"

    Both journeys went without a hitch. Club cabin was very clean and the en suite bathroom was lovely to have. Very efficient service and great facilities.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Armorique

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  • "Going Home"

    Generally a good trip, would have appreciated fresh coffee outlet in Le Cafe rather than a machine and provide yoghurt in the breakfast area not just available on the 7th floor.

    'Martin' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Cap Finistère/Baie de Seine

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