"A Good Round Trip"
Reviewed 04 September 2014 by Ann
We sailed out on the Stena Lagan (a delayed departure) & back on the Stena Mersey (both journeys in the daytime) & had an outside cabin each way. The cabins were very clean & comfortable. We enjoyed a breakfast of our choice on the way out plus a meal in the bar/grill area. Excellent value for money & well presented. However, on the way back certain breakfast items were unavailable & our chosen meal was poorly presented which was disappointing. The choice of items in the shops was quite limited eg more magazines for sale would be a bonus! We found that the furniture in the Stena Mersey bar/grill area would benefit from a deep clean! All staff friendly, helpful & professional.
'Ann' travelled Liverpool Birkenhead Belfast with Stena Line on Stena Lagan
Reviewed 31 August 2014 by Anonymous
Not a hoitch. Comfortable all the way.
'Anonymous' travelled Liverpool Birkenhead Belfast with Stena Line on Stena Mersey
"Busy summer crossing"
Reviewed 23 August 2014 by Nick
Although it was a very full ship the service was first class, and being able to book a cabin for a very reasonable cost made it all the better
'Nick' travelled Liverpool Birkenhead Belfast with Stena Line on Stena Mersey
"Tuesday day time crossings"
Reviewed 12 August 2014 by Anonymous
It was the first time we had used this crossing and even though we crossed by day we took a cabin at £25 for bags, naps, showering and changing; this proved very worthwhile and we'd do it again, or (now we've seen the comfort of the cabin) would cross by night. My wife enjoyed watching two (of the three)films on the way out but some were repeated on the return journey(one week later)which reduced her options for passing the time. Even for July/August it was not overcrowded so comfortable seats were available. The barista could do with 2 staff at the very beginning as all passengers start with a hot drink. Snacks (eg crisps @ 90p) were expensive: at ordinary shop prices, we would have bought on board; at those prices we will bring our own. The ships ran punctually but disembarkation (from the top deck) was slow at both ends. On the way out we sat in the car for over 15 minutes, but were pleased to be warned on the return journey and told to wait a little before going to the car deck. All in all we were impressed.
'Anonymous' travelled Liverpool Birkenhead Belfast with Stena Line on Stena Lagan
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Birkenhead is a town in northern England on the Wirral Peninsula, across the River Mersey from the city of Liverpool.
While Birkenhead is not exactly a tourist hot spot, there is still plenty to see and do. Birkenhead Park is said to be the first publicly funded park in Britain and the inspiration for the world famous Central Park in New York. There is also the famous ferry trip across the Mersey, immortalised in the sixties hit song by Gerry and the Pacemakers which of course runs in a triangular route between Liverpool, Birkenhead and Seacombe.
Belfast is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland.
The city is situated at the south-western end of Belfast Lough, a long natural inlet ideal for the shipping trade that made the city famous, and near the mouth of the River Lagan.
It is flanked by long stretches of hills, the Holywood Hills on the south and the Antrim Hills on the north. The city straddles the County Antrim and County Down boundary. The city recently gained the status of being the 2nd most popular city in the UK for short breaks.