How to Get to Stranraer Ferry Port
Stranraer Ferry Port Directions
Below you will find all the information needed when travelling to Stranraer Ferry Port by car, train or coach.
Stena Line use the Port of Stranraer sailing to Belfast.
Stranraer is positioned in the west of the Scottish Dumfries and Galloway region, near the border with England and a less than 2 hours drive from the cosmopolitan city of Glasgow.
Stranraer Ferry Port by Car
From M6/A74 - Take the M6 then A74 and continue past Carlisle to Gretna. Then take the A75 west signposted to Stranraer. Once you are near Stranraer follow the signs for the Ferry Port which is located close to the Town Centre.
From A77 - If you are travelling from the North, take the A77 Coast Road from Ayr to Stranraer.
Stranraer Ferry Port By Rail
Stranraer railway station is located next to the Stena Line Ferry Terminal. Travel times from Glasgow - 45 minutes and Edinburgh - 60 minutes.
Stranraer Ferry Port By Coach
National Express provides services directly to Stranraer from Ayr, Carlisle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and further afield Manchester, Birmingham and London. Their timetable reflects selected Stena Fastcraft sailings.
Parking at Stranraer Ferry Port
Long stay car parking is just 200 metres from the terminal. The car park has floodlighting at night. Parking is free of charge but is not a secure car park and therefore owners leave vehicles at their own risk. There are dedicated parking facilities for the disabled.
There is also a short stay car park opposite the terminal. Maximum waiting time is 20 minutes, so this car park is mainly used as a pick up or drop off point.