There are several ways to get to us from the UK and Ireland.  Too many to map!  However, we have endeavoured to map the most common landing points in France on the map below.  This list is not exhaustive but just gives you an overview.  You may have to zoom out.

As a rough guide, here are the timings starting from the most common arrival points in France to us:

  • St Malo – 50 minutes
  • Dinard Airport – 40 minutes
  • Rennes Airport – 50 minutes
  • Roscoff Port – 1 h 30 minutes
  • Brest Airport – 2 hours
  • Caen Port – 2 hours
  • Nantes Airport – 2 hours
  • Cherbourg – 2h 30 minutes
  • Le Havre – 3 hours
  • Paris – 4 hours
  • Dieppe – 4 hours
  • Calais – 5 hours

The most popular route to us is via Brittany Ferries and we have a 20% discount code with them.  Once you book we will send you the code to use of your booking.  If you have already booked your crossing this can be applied retrospectively.  The closest ports that Brittany Ferries service are St Malo, Roscoff, Caen, Cherbourg and Le Havre.  Condor Ferries also service St Malo.

Flying from East Midlands Airport or London Stansted into Dinard are popular routes.  This is with Ryanair. However you can also fly into Rennes airport with Flybe or Vueling airlines.

If you are coming from Ireland, you can get to us by Irish Ferries or Brittany Ferries by boat, or Ryanair and AerLingus both serve airports in the locality.

If you are flying you will need to hire a car.  We have negotiated a 10% discount with  Again once you have booked with us we can send you the link so that you can get the discount.

Some people prefer to drive the whole way.  This again is quite common, especially amongst those who do not have great sea legs.  The Channel Tunnel is about a 5 hour drive from us.  Some people break this up and a popular stop off point is Rouen or Hornfleur.

In peak season our changeover days are Saturday’s but out of this time we can be flexible so if you preferred mode of travel means you arrive on a different day, drop us a line and we will endeavour to accommodate you.