Pembroke is the capital city of Pembrokeshire in West Wales and famous for its magnificent Norman castle. From Pembroke you can use Irish Ferries to reach Rosslare in the South West of the Republic of Ireland. You can book ferry crossings to Rosslare with our easy to use booking form and below, you can find all the Pembroke to Rosslare ferry timetables, journey times as well as our latest and best prices.
Ferries to and from Pembroke
Irish Ferries is a large and well established company with multiple routes from the UK to Ireland. Their ship the Isle of Inishmore operates the Pembroke to Rosslare route and on board you will find a full range of facilities including free WiFi, a brassiere, children's play areas and shops.
Pembroke is the historic home of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi - the Queen is known for liking this particular breed of dog and she owns several. It was also the birthplace of King Henry VII. Pembroke was the location for some of the first submarine bases when submarine warfare was a developing concept.
Pembroke roughly translates from Welsh as 'Lands End', and is situated in the far south west of Wales. It is known for its famous castle which dominates the whole town. Ferries from the ferry port of Pembroke go to Rosslare in Ireland and is one of the most successful routes between the UK and Ireland. You can book all ferries from Pembroke with AFerry.
Pembroke port facilities
Pembroke has a modern passenger terminal which includes cafes, restaurants and a Tourist Information service.
Getting to Pembroke
From the end of the M4, follow the A48 to Camarthen before joining the A40 westbound. When you reach St Clears, branch onto the A477 which will take you into the centre of Pembroke itself.
Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6UF, United Kingdom