Plymouth Ferry Port & Terminal guide
Ferry port facilities, directions and transport information
There is excellent road access to the ferry terminal and efficient rail links including a direct route from London which takes under four hours.
Address & contact details
Tel: 0330 159 7005
GPS co-ordinates: 50.364711,-4.158544
Baby changing area
There is a baby changing area on the first floor in the ladies toilet.
Bureau de change
There is a Bureau de Change located at the Terminal Counter, open from 10:00-15:30 everyday and for all ferry arrivals and departures.
There is a cafeteria in the terminal which opens for ferry arrivals and departures only.
- 3 storey building is easily accessible with a wheelchair
- Disabled parking is available directly outside the terminal building
- Escalator and lift available from ground to first floor
- The Brittany Ferries information desk is on the first floor and has a closed loop system for the hard of hearing at the bureau de change
- Departure lounge is also on the first floor and is where the disabled toilets are located
- Foot passengers who require additional assistance may experience a slight delay before being able to board
- Toilet facilities in the car lanes are not adapted to accommodate disabled passengers. Additional disabled facilities are available at the Freight check-in office after the security checks
- Assistance will be provided to passengers with limited mobility and wheelchairs
- Foot passenger access to the ship is via a long, partially uncovered walk which involves negotiating stairs and slopes, so assistance is required for all those with any walking difficulties
- Wheelchairs are available in the terminal in case of emergencies
There is no left luggage facility at the port.
Showers are available in the Freight Office for freight drivers.
A payphone can be found outside the terminal building.
Terminal Opening Hours
The terminal is manned from 10:00-15:30 everyday and for all ship arrivals and departures.
Travelling with Dogs
Dogs are allowed in all areas of the port but must be kept on a lead at all times. They are not allowed in the terminal or to leave the car after passing security.
The nearest parks outside of the port are Plymouth Hoe, which is signposted from the port (6 minute drive/19 minute walk), and Devils Point (8 minute drive/26 minute walk).Plymouth Hoe Statue of Francis Drake at Plymouth Plymouth National Marine Aquarium Plymouth Hoe The Barbican, Plymouth Tinside Pool
If you're driving from London, take the M4 west to the junction with the M5 going south to Exeter. From Exeter, head southwest on the A38 to Plymouth. Exit the A38 at the A374 (towards Plymouth City Centre) and follow signs to the Continental Ferryport.
Frequent trains run from London's Paddington Station to Plymouth in 3 ¼ to 4 hours. For rail information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk. Plymouth Train Station lies on North Road, 5 minutes from the City Centre. Plymouth Citybus operates buses from the train station to the heart of Plymouth, however, there is no direct bus from the station to our ferry terminal. Local bus information can be found at www.plymouthbus.co.uk
National Express has frequent daily bus services between London's Victoria Coach Station and Plymouth. The trip takes 5 ½ hours. Call National Express on 0371 781 8181 or visit www.nationalexpress.com for schedules and information.
It takes approximately 15 minutes to walk to the ferry terminal from the town centre and 20 minutes from both the train and bus stations.
Parking is available at the port at £10.00 per 24 hours. Spaces cannot be pre-booked but there are plenty available. Caravans and motor homes can be parked 'overnight' in the car lanes provided they do not interfere with loading for any departures prior to that which you are travelling on. There is no access to toilet facilities during the night.
|Duration (maximum stay of 31 days)||Fee|
|Up to 2 hours||FREE|
|Vehicles are left at owners risk.|
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