Pembroke Ferry Port

Pembroke ferry port is located on the south western tip of Wales. With up to 2 crossings per day, Pembroke connects with Rosslare in Ireland on sailings operated by Irish Ferries. The charming town itself is famous for its Norman Castle as well as being the birthplace to Henry VII.

You can reach Pembroke ferry port on the following routes:

Directions To and From Pembroke Ferry Port

Address: Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6UF

Getting to Pembroke Ferry Port

By Car

From M4 Motorway (Coming from the East): Take the M4 Motorway. Head past Swansea which turns into the A48 & then the A40. Pass St Clears & turn left onto the A477 to Pembroke and Pembroke Dock.

From A4076 (Coming from the West): Head along the A4076 from Haverfordwest and the A477 to Neyland. Pembroke Dock is across the Toll Bridge. Follow the signs to the Ferry Port.

By Train

Pembroke Dock Train Station is located close to the ferry terminal with regular services available operated by Wales and Border Trains.

By Bus

National Express operates frequent coaches following routes to Pembroke from destinations across the UK. It is a 10-minute walk from the bus station to Pembroke ferry port.

Pembroke Ferry Port Facilities

Café/ Bar

There are cafés and restaurants located in the modern terminal building as well as various vending machines.

Disabled Facilities

The ferry terminal is wheelchair friendly with all areas accessible to those with limited mobility. Disabled facilities are located inside the terminal building.

Tourist Information

A tourist information service is available at the port, inside the terminal building.

Parking at Pembroke Ferry Port

Both short and long stay parking is available at the port.

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