What are Brittany Ferries Cabins Like?

What are Brittany Ferries Cabins Like?

Brittany Ferries Cabins

Whether you’re planning to travel during the day or at night, there’s nothing better than arriving at your destination feeling refreshed and ready to go but what are Brittany Ferries cabins like?

Brittany Ferries cabins come in a variety of shapes and sizes with options available for every style and budget. From large and spacious cabins for families to dog-friendly and wheelchair friendly cabins, you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for you.

One of the best things about Brittany Ferries cabins is that all cabins are and air-conditioned and come with en-suite facilities, bed linen, towels, and toiletries.

Below you’ll find a list of all the different cabins available followed by each Brittany Ferries ship and the accommodation that is available on each. You can also click here to book your ferry to France with Brittany Ferries.

Commodore Cabins

Commodore Cabin

Commodore cabins as you’d expect from the name are the premier range of cabins available on Brittany Ferries cross channel ships. These luxurious cabins include everything you’d get with their other cabins with a few extra special touches.

These extremely spacious cabins have a window, ensuite facilities and air-conditioning along with all of the following:

  • Complimentary continental breakfast
  • Access to Commodore lounge with free Wi-Fi access
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Mini-Bar
  • TV & DVD player
  • Twin beds plus sofabed & recess bed
  • Private balcony or certain ships
  • Toiletries
  • Box of macaroons and basket of fresh fruits

De Luxe and Club 4 Plus Cabins

De Luxe Club Plus Cabin

De Luxe and Club 4 Plus cabins provide you with a few of life’s luxuries whilst you travel across the English Channel. These luxurious cabins include everything you’d get with their other cabins with a few extra special touches.

De Luxe and Club 4 Plus cabins have ensuite facilities and air-conditioning along with all of the following:

  • Complimentary continental breakfast
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Mini-Bar
  • Double bed or twin beds
  • Club 4 Plus cabins have twin beds and 2 pull-down beds
  • Window
  • Toiletries
  • Newspaper

Standard Cabins

Standard Cabin

Standard Brittany Ferries cabins are the perfect way to travel to France without breaking the bank. They are perfect if you want your own bit of space onboard or for getting a good night’s sleep.

Standard cabins are available as inside or outside cabins and in either 2 berth or 4 berth versions. All have ensuite facilities and air-conditioning along with all of the following:

  • Bunk-style beds
  • Fresh linen and towels
  • Toiletries
  • Outside cabins have windows

Pet Friendly and Dog Friendly Cabins

Pet Friendly Cabin

Pet-friendly cabins are very important as we all know how important dogs and other pets are to families. Pet-friendly cabins allow you to keep your dog or other pet with you whilst you travel on the ferry.

Although these types of cabins are limited in number, they are perfect for those with dogs as they have laminate flooring and are close to a pet exercise area.

Pet friendly cabins are available in either 2 berth or 4 berth versions. All have ensuite facilities and air-conditioning along with all of the following:

  • Bunk-style beds
  • Laminate flooring
  • Fresh linen and towels
  • Toiletries
  • Windows

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins

Wheelchair Accessible Cabin

Wheelchair accessible cabins offer easy access for anyone with limited mobility. They have wheelchair accessible doors and bathrooms and two of the beds are lowered to make it easier for you to access them.

The numbers of wheelchair cabins are limited and so early booking is advised. They are available in either 2 berth or 4 berth versions. All have ensuite facilities and air-conditioning along with all of the following:

  • Alarm and telephone
  • Wheelchair friendly bathrooms/li>
  • 2 lowered berths
  • Mini-Bar
  • Toiletries
  • Towels and linen
  • Window

Brittany Ferries Fleet

If you’re looking for a particular cabin for your journey across the English Channel then hopefully our handy Brittany Ferries fleet guide will help.

Below you’ll find each Brittany Ferries ship, the route that they operate on, and most importantly which cabins each ferry has. This will hopefully assist you in picking your ferry as you can see at a glance which Brittany Ferries cabin is available on each route.

Armorique Cabins

The Armorique ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Plymouth to Roscoff ferry route.

Launched in 2009 the Armorique has 247 cabins that are spread across decks 8 and 9 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 4 berth Club cabins
  • 4 berth Club plus cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth wheelchair friendly inside cabins

Barfleur Cabins

The Barfleur ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Poole to Cherbourg ferry route.

Launched in 1992 the Barfleur has 72 cabins that are spread across decks 5,6 and 8 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth outside wheelchair friendly cabins
  • 2/3 berth outside wheelchair friendly cabins

Bretagne Cabins

The Bretagne ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Portsmouth to St Malo ferry route.

Launched in 1989 the Bretagne has 376 cabins that are spread across decks 1, 2, 6 and 8 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 3 berth Commodore cabins
  • 4 berth Club cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth outside cabins
  • 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth wheelchair friendly cabins

Connemara Cabins

The Connemara ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Portsmouth to Le Havre, Portsmouth to Bilbao, Portsmouth to Santander, Rosslare to Roscoff, and Rosslare to Bilbao ferry routes.

Launched in 2007 the Connemara has 120 cabins that are spread across decks 6 and 7 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • Pet-friendly 4-berth/ large 2-berth inside cabins
  • Pet-friendly 4-berth/ large 2-berth outside cabins
  • 2 berth wheelchair friendly cabins

Etretat Cabins

The Etretat ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Portsmouth to Le Havre ferry route.

Launched in 2008 the Etretat has 103 cabins that are spread across deck 6 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • Pet-friendly 4-berth/ large 2-berth inside cabins
  • Pet-friendly 4-berth/ large 2-berth outside cabins
  • 2 berth wheelchair friendly cabins

Galacia Cabins

The Galacia ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Portsmouth to Cherbourg and Portsmouth to Santander ferry routes.

Galacia cabins include all of the following:

  • 2 berth Commodore suite cabin
  • 2 berth Commodore club cabin
  • 4 berth Club cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 2 berth wheelchair friendly outside cabins
  • 2 berth wheelchair friendly inside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth Pet-friendly outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth Pet-friendly outside cabins

Mont St Michel Cabins

The Mont St Michel ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Portsmouth to Caen ferry route.

Launched in 2002 the Mont St Michel has 224 cabins that are spread across decks 7 and 9 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 4 berth Commodore cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth inside wheelchair friendly cabins
  • 2 berth outside wheelchair friendly cabins

Normandie Cabins

The Normandie ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Portsmouth to Caen ferry route.

Launched in 1992 the Normandie has 220 cabins that are spread across decks 5, 6 and 7 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 3 berth Commodore cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth outside cabins
  • 2 berth inside cabins
  • Pet-friendly 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth wheelchair friendly cabins

Pont Aven Cabins

The Pont Aven ferry is currently used by Brittany Ferries on their Plymouth to Roscoff, Cork to Roscoff and Portsmouth to Santander ferry routes.

Launched in 2004 the Pont Aven has 650 cabins that are spread across decks 5, 6 and 8 of the ship. Cabins onboard include all of the following:

  • 4 berth Commodore cabins
  • 4 berth de luxe cabins
  • 4 berth Club cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth outside cabins
  • 4 berth/ large 2 berth inside cabins
  • 2 berth outside cabins
  • 2 berth inside cabins
  • 4 berth wheelchair friendly cabins