How to Get to Cairnryan Ferry Port

Cairnryan Ferry Port Directions

Information, directions and ferry terminal address with GPS coordinates, in fact all you need when taking a ferry to or from Cairnryan ferry port in Scotland to Larne and Belfast in Northern Ireland. To make a ferry booking with ferryonline use our booking form above, compare prices and save.

P&O Irish Sea Ferries and Stena Line operate from Port of Cairnryan ferry terminal.

Cairnryan Ferry Port by Car

Cairnryan ferry terminal is 5 miles from Stranraer in Scotland.

From the North: Take the A77 south from Glasgow/Ayr.

From the South: Take the M6/A74 to Carlisle then the A75 via Dumfries towards Stranraer. Just outside Stranraer turn right onto the A751/A77 and continue on this road to Cairnryan port.

Cairnryan Ferry Port By Rail

The nearest railway station is Stranraer Harbour in Stranraer 4 miles away. You will then need to get a taxi or local bus to the port.

Cairnryan Ferry Port By Coach

National Express provide coach services to Stranraer. From there you then need to get a taxi or local bus to the port.

Cairnryan Ferry Port By Bus

Western Scottish provide a local bus service which connects Cairnryan with Stranraer and Ayr.

Parking at Cairnryan Ferry Port

There are over 300 parking spaces opposite the ferry terminal with designated larger spaces for blue badge holders. Payment may be made in cash through the pay stations or by credit card at the travel centre.

Cairnryan Port Map