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"Irish ferry trip"
Reviewed 24 February 2014 by linda conn
We sailed to Dublin from Holyhead on the 8th feb 2014 its was a very rough crossing but the staff did all they could to make it more comfortable which was really impossible considering the weather, they did their best and I have no complaints at all.
'linda conn' travelled with Irish Ferries, Holyhead Dublin on Dublin Swift
"Review Hollyhead to Dublin"
Reviewed 17 February 2014 by Anonymous
Good clean facilities, not enough bar staff but very friendly and competent.
'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries, Holyhead Dublin on Dublin Swift
"Pembroke/Rosslare and back again"
Reviewed 17 January 2014 by Anonymous
We travelled just after the bad weather at Christmas, we found it a little difficult to get the information regarding sailing on the website but did find the staff once we telephoned to be very helpful and gave us the news that the sailing had been cleared to go so we could plan our 6hr car journey to the ferry port.
The sailing was far better than we expected!! The staff were very efficient, clean ship, great facilities, lots of families travelling as Christmas time.
Our return we booked a cabin and found that very comfortable and would strongly recommend for those who prefer to lie down and added comfort of own bathroom/toilet.
The staff on both crossings were professional and I am sure could deal with any type of query/situation they gave off a air of confidence. We will definitely use Irish Ferries again. The outbound sailing was delayed because of the previous extreme weather which Irish Ferries did explain and to be honest I felt it far better that they had cancelled earlier sailings because of the weather and safety and were doing their utmost to "catch up".
'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries, Pembroke Rosslare on Oscar Wilde
"Dublin - Holyhead"
Reviewed 17 December 2013 by Sebastien
Good Trip, I don't understand why the food quality is so poor and so expensive.
'Sebastien' travelled with Irish Ferries, Dublin Holyhead on Oscar Wilde
Reviewed 12 December 2013 by Anonymous
It was super easy to book online.
I was very surprised at the amount of room, entertainment, and food available on both ships.
Staff were helpful and friendly.
My only criticism about the whole trip, was the poor facilities at Holyhead, in direct contrast to the ones at Dublin.
I would recommend the experience of both booking through and using Irish Ferries.
'Anonymous' travelled with Irish Ferries, Holyhead Dublin on Ulysses/Dublin Swift