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Getting to Ireland

Travel to Ireland by air...


Ireland is just a short hop from the UK and can be easily reached on a budget airline or by ferry. Please find below details of airlines that fly to Ireland and ferry companies from the UK to Ireland.


The following airlines fly from the UK directly to Ireland;

Travel to Ireland with Ryanair

Ryanair fly into 5 different Irish airports; Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Knock and Shannon. Dublin being the major hub with flights from 7 airports in England, 2 in Scotland and one in Wales.

Travel to Ireland with Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus connect the UK to Ireland via the following Irish airports; Donegal, Knock and their main hubs at Dublin and Cork.

Travel to Ireland with Cityjet

Cityjet are an airline based out of London City airport and they operate direct flights to Dublin airport, flying up to 6 times per day.

Travel to Ireland with Flybe

Flybe serve some of the smaller UK airports. From Dublin, you can fly direct from Inverness, Doncaster, Sheffield, London Southend, Southampton, Exeter and Cardiff. They also operate routes into Knock airport.

Travel to Ireland with British Airways

British airways fly into Ireland at Cork, Dublin and Shannon, with daily flights available all year round from London to each destination.



If you are looking for international flights from other destinations, we'd recommend skyscanner

Car hire in Ireland...


With many of the best holiday rental cottages in Ireland being in beautiful rural locations, having a car to get around is essential.
Hiring a car gives you the freedom to explore the local area at your own pace and get the most out of your holiday in Ireland.
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Car hire in Ireland

Travel to Ireland by Ferry


A popular and convenient way to get from the UK to Ireland is by ferry, which gives you the added benefit of bringing unlimited luggage with you, which can be useful if travelling with young children.


The following companies operate routes from the UK directly to Ireland;

Travel to Ireland with StenaLine

StenaLine operate out of Cairnryan and Troon in Scotland, Holyhead and Pembroke in Wales, and Liverpool in England to either Dublin or Rosslare in County Wexford.

Travel to Ireland with P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries run daily car and passenger ferries to Ireland from Liverpool to Dublin with overnight or daytime sailings, meals included.

Travel to Ireland with Irish Ferries

Irish Ferries run from Dublin to two Welsh ports; Holyhead and Rosslare to Pembroke with several sailings throughout the day and night for passengers and vehicles.



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