Taking your own car to Ireland for your next golf holiday offers you total freedom. It is one of the most convenient and economical ways of getting to the Emerald Isle! Plan a crossing time to suit your golfing tee times and enjoy the convenience of travelling to your destination, with everything you need packed in the boot of your car. Stena line operates a total of 28 daily sailings over 4 routes, taking just over 3 hours from Holyhead to Dublin. Stena line also offers the most comfortable and stress-free route to the first tee!
Stena line offers routes to Belfast from Cairnryan or Liverpool and if you’re travelling from Wales, choose from Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare. Whilst on board you can enjoy free Wi-Fi, bag a bargain from the shops and if you're in need of some R&R you can take in a movie in the on-board cinema.
Choose to sail across the Irish sea and you will rewarded with quantity and quality, there are few destinations in the world that hold a candle to Ireland when it comes to golf holidays. Much of that is due to the outstanding natural beauty of the island, but throw in the famous Irish hospitality, amazing country pubs, vibrant cities and, of course, the promise of some great craic in the evenings and you've got the recipe for the perfect golf holiday!
Dublin is home to some if the finest parkland and links courses and a mass of top quality resorts all within access of Dublin Port. The area has hosted many prestigious tournaments from the Irish Open at Druids Glen, Seve Trophy at The Heritage to the Ryder Cup at The K Club.
Northern Ireland is fast turning into the mecca of golf and although the big three links (Royal County Down Golf Club, Portstewart Golf Club and Royal Portrush Golf Club) will take all the acclaim there is an abundance of hidden gems to choose from. With The Open Championship coming to Portrush in 2019 there is no better time to visit. Think further a field for some quality golf at a great price. Within reach of Belfast Port is Faldo's Lough Erne and the golf destination that is Rosapenna.
Access the Ancient East of Ireland at Rosslare and enjoy easy access to great golf in Waterford and Wicklow. Enjoy a round of golf at Mount Juliet, Jack Nicklaus' first golf course design in Ireland. Why not travel further West to Cork and play the incredible Old Head, and the beautiful Fota Island. The area is littered with many more, making it a truly magical destination for a golf tour.