Tuesday, 9 June 2015


Stena Line are about to announce their partnership with hundreds of 3 and 4 star B&Bs across Ireland to offer an all in one holiday including ferry travel. The landmark partnership is offering over 800 quality approved B&Bs across Ireland. The
announcement follows news from Tourism Ireland that there has been a 10% increase in tourists coming to Ireland from Great Britain for February to April 2015 - 72,200 extra British visitors over the same three months in 2014. Ireland is becoming a popular place to visit, we even did it ourselves in January. It is easy to get to and makes for a great break away from city life. Stena Line provides an unrivalled passenger experience and route-network on the Irish Sea and with participating B&Bs in the hundreds, both B&B Ireland and Stena Line expect interest to be high.
"We are committed to offering our customers a quality travel experience and value for money”, said Ian Bailie from Stena Line. “Linking with B&B Ireland in this way means that people can book ferry travel and get their B&B accommodation at a lower cost than if they were booking separately. This is a much more user-friendly way for people to book their travel and accommodation. and with two night prices starting from a low £65 per person per night and as holidaymakers can travel from Liverpool, Cairnryan in Scotland, Holyhead and Fishguard in Wales, with their car, Ireland, and its many attractions and stunning scenery, are within easy reach.”

Ireland’s tourism offering includes ancient monuments, myths and legends, it features a World Heritage Site
, the Giant’s Causeway, and a friendliness known across the world, but there are some new attractions making waves. There is always something different to see and later this summer,  in Northern Ireland, an exhilarating Edwardian walking route, known as The Gobbins, is due to open for the first time since the 1900s. Located along the car touring route, the Causeway Coastal Route, The Gobbins will be an unexpected white-knuckle walk that will thrill those with a sense of adventure.”

Visitors to Northern Ireland have increased ever since the popularity of hit TV series, Game of Thrones and their are some amazing magical filming locations to visit from the series,  such as Ballintoy Harbour and The Dark Hedges.

Louise McGee, Marketing and Trade Relations Manager, B&B Ireland, said: “We are delighted with the new partnership between B&B Ireland and Stena Line. The British market is a very important market for B&B Ireland and is one of our top four markets with France, Germany and USA. Through Stena Line we can offer the British visitor a choice of 3 and 4 star Bed & Breakfast homes which are all independently owned and reflect a charming diversity of style and character. Whether you want a remote farmhouse retreat, a cosy cottage, a rustic country home or a grand townhouse during your visit to Ireland this summer your stay will not be complete without a warm welcome from our B&B hosts.”

For further information visit www.stenaline.co.uk/bbireland.

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