Plymouth to Roscoff night crossing - evening meal ideas? (1 Viewer)

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Having done the Brittany Ferries night crossing from Portsmouth to Saint Malo numerous times, we are doing the Plymouth to Roscoff night crossing on April 1st. I think it sails at 2200, which is too late for an evening meal for us. Can anyone give me an idea of likely embarkation time. If it's something like eightish, we could do a light meal. Otherwise we will have to take something with us to eat in the motorhome while we wait or is there anywhere easy to park near the port or on the way, where we can get something? It's our first holiday in the motorhome and we usually enjoy eating on Brittany Ferries. Would appreciate the benefit of others' experiences.
 
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Never done this route. Whats it like? Are the roads ok from Roscoff to the main routes?
Roscoff is okay if you're going somewhere in Brittany, but going elsewhere - south etc, you have to drive the length of Brittany, but the roads are good and free. If you're looking for a port for access to the south, Loire valley etc, Caen or Saint Malo are good, with sailings to Caen cheaper and overnight crossings leave around 2200 giving time for a sleep and breakfast before disembarkation. The main bonus is sailing from Portsmouth, which means a more pleasant drive down avoiding the hell hole of the M25 and Dover. People are complaining about Brittany Ferries prices going up, so be aware of that. Worth checking out.

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Never done this route. Whats it like? Are the roads ok from Roscoff to the main routes?



As we live 15 minutes from Plymouth ferry we always use this crossing, if heading south we turn right at Morlaix, head towards Brest, but then cut across to the coastal dual carriageway, toll free until after Nantes. Heading east turn left at Morlaix and follow dual carriageway.
 
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