by • September 26, 2016 • BusinessComments (0)1280

Autumn is a popular time of year to visit Scotland, and with the landscapes ablaze with autumnal colours it offers a range of unmissable activities from ‘The Wild Autumn Festival’ in Dumfries and Galloway to the ‘International Storytelling Festival’ in Edinburgh.

With plenty of places to visit and sights to see, P&O Ferries is helping passengers get there by offering 20% off all travel booked between Larne and Cairnryan before 16th October 2016.
With the shortest and most frequent crossing to Scotland, a journey time of just two hours, making the trip is both easy and convenient.

The offer can be used on all travel up until 16th December, and with no baggage restrictions passengers can pack up the car boot with everything they need for their trip, plus more, before docking in Cairnryan for their onward journey to Scotland’s most famous spots.

Commenting on the discount offer, Neal Mernock, Sector Director Irish Sea said: “As they UK’s largest ferry operator, we are delighted to be offering 20% off all travel on single or return journeys booked between Larne and Cairnryan. We pride ourselves on offering a reliable, frequent service with excellent customer service, and we look forward to welcoming even more passengers onto our ships this autumn.”

Once on-board passengers can enjoy free, reliable Wi-Fi throughout the sailing so whether travelling for business or pleasure, smartphones and tablets can stay connected. Passengers can also enjoy the newly decorated lounge area while kids can have fun in the children’s play area and gaming zone. The on-board catering menu offers a variety of meals as well as a great range of lights snacks to suit all times of travel.

Fares from Northern Ireland to Scotland start from just £74 each way for a car and driver. To book your travel now or for more information on all sailings, please visit www.POferries.com



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