Newhaven Ferry Port
Newhaven ferry port offers crossings to Dieppe in France.
Catch a crossing to Newhaven ferry terminal on these routes:
- Dieppe to Newhaven (DFDS Seaways)
Newhaven Ferry Terminal Map and Directions
Address: Newhaven Ferry Port, Railway Approach, Newhaven, East Sussex. BN9 0DF.
Newhaven ferry port, located in Sussex, overlooks the English Channel. Ideally situated between Brighton and Eastbourne, Newhaven links to the ferry port of Dieppe in France.
Getting to Newhaven Ferry Port
If travelling from Brighton, travel east along the A27 past Lewes and take the A26 to Newhaven. Once in Newhaven follow the signs to Newhaven Ferry Port. The port is located just 64 miles from London, 10 miles (East) from Brighton and 15 miles (west) from Eastbourne.
Newhaven Town train station is a short walk (3 minutes) from the passenger terminal. Trains operate directly to London, Brighton and Eastbourne. Please do not alight at the Newhaven Harbour station.
There is a regular service between Newhaven and Brighton, Peacehaven, Seaford, Bexhill, Folkestone, Dover, Rye and Hastings (routes operated by South Coast Buses and Brighton and Hove buses). National Express also operates a regular service to and from Newhaven from various places across the UK.
Newhaven Ferry Port Facilities
Located inside the terminal building, the 'Haven Café' serves a large selection of cooked meals, lighter bites, sandwiches as well as hot and cold drinks. The café is open everyday from 06.30 - 11.00 and from 18.30 - 22.00.
There is disabled access as well as toilets located inside the terminal building. Assistance with boarding is also available.
Parking at Newhaven Ferry Port
Parking facilities are available just inside the port situated on the left hand side of the terminal building. Tickets can be purchased at the reservation desk in the terminal building and the charge is currently £4.50 per 24 hour period. Tickets cannot be pre-booked but it is rare that the car park is full.
Port information is provided by Eurodrive for guidance only.