Travelling overnight is like spending a night on the QE II
We've travelled with Norfolkline several times over the past few years & have always been happy with the value of their Irish Sea crossings. However, not only have they taken away the meal which was included in the price (if you want to eat now you have to pay), but they removed the 'quiet' room too. This now means that if you don't want to spend several hours in a noisy environment you have to spend extra to book a cabin. Sneaky way to get us to spend more money! Apart from that Norfolkline are still better value than some of their competitors so we'll be using them again.
Liverpool to Dublin with Norfolkline
We'd booked a cottage, flights and hire car for a week’s holiday on Irelands west coast but after fog put an end to our flight and we thought our holiday we decided to call Norfolkline who 8hrs later had us and our car booked and driving onto the overnight ferry (or should I call it cruise?). From the moment we drove onto the ship everyone from the guys who helped us park on the car deck to the onboard staff bent over backwards for us. After booking into our cabin we had included in the price an excellent 3 course evening meal with a view from the restaurant window of Liverpool’s world famous skyline at night, the cabin was very comfortable with hot power showers, WC, basin and excellent beds. Next morning after a good night’s sleep we woke up to a full English breakfast or whatever you fancied (once again included in the fare) We then made our way to the car deck and 20 mins later we headed through the still quite streets of Dublin towards our dream cottage. The only downside (if it could be called so) was the children had such a great time on the ship they kept asking how many sleeps where left in the cottage till our next cruise!!!