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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Thank you everything was exactly as it should - a thoroughly efficient service
'Anonymous' travelled with Brittany Ferries on ArmoriqueRead More Read Less
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Disabled cabin was well thought out -I did ask for help though to lower the bed (above) I thought the cabin would be a side by side bed so next time shall book an ordinary 4 berth as for me getting -'up' was an issue and my husband could not help. and he will for-go the shower (which was wonderful.
'Sheila' travelled with Brittany Ferries on NormandieRead More Read Less
"Great service, but....."
I travel regularly on the Barfleur. The ship is excellent; spotlessly clean, comfortable, faultless cabins, nice shop, good self-service restaurant which is reasonably priced. Pay in sterling for the best value. The only thing about the route is beyond the control of the operator, and that is the location of the Poole ferryport. Hideously complicated to get to, and even when you're in shouting distance of it it's still confusing. Allow loads of spare time, because you will get lost. I've travelled from there loads of times and still get lost. Other than that, (which as I say is not the fault of the operator,) the ferry service is flawless. Recommended.
'scotty ' travelled with Brittany Ferries on BarfleurRead More Read Less
from the moment we arrived at the port we were very impressed with the help and information from staff, although the ship was delayed due to a technical fault we were kept informed via mobile and given vouchers for tea, water and choclate from the port shop. the cabin was very clean and comfy and the en-suite was of a very good standard. the facilities on board ship were of a good standard and we were kept informed of the entertainment available. we would defininately travel with brittany ferries again
'Gary' travelled with Brittany Ferries on Cap FinistèreRead More Read Less