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Take your friend to Britain for free!

Press Release   •   May 19, 2016 11:33 BST

When you book a two night Stena Line ferry and hotel break by car, for two or more adults to England, Scotland or Wales, the second adult sails for free! This fantastic travel offer is available on all 4 of Stena Line’s Irish Sea routes from Ireland to Britain and for travel until December 16, 2016, allowing you to make the most of the Bank Holiday on May 30, summer holidays and perhaps even squeeze in a Christmas shopping break.

Hotels to choose from include designer boutiques, countryside escapes, family destinations with pools or city centre locations, great for sightseeing and shopping trips. So fill up your car, grab your best mate and enjoy a Stena Line hotel breakaway! Get online and book now as the offer ends soon and use offer code FREEFRIEND16.

If you’re travelling to the vibrant city of Liverpool you will be treated to stunning cathedrals, legendary football stadiums and world renowned musical taverns. Plus, exciting cities like London, Leeds and Manchester which are not too far away are just waiting to be explored.

In Scotland head to bustling Glasgow or historical, Edinburgh. They are bursting with fun experiences for all ages and with excellent shopping and award winning restaurants you will be thoroughly entertained.

For those heading to Wales make sure you take in the breath-taking scenery with a trip to the Brecon Beacons National Park and with lively Cardiff and Swansea within easy reach you can really make the most of your Stena Line break.

Book your ferry and hotel break at www.stenaline.co.uk/freefriend or call 08445 768 889.

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For further information please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 028 9073 0880 or Bronagh@duffyrafferty.com

Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Belfast to Heysham, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

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