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A. We offer single journey tickets and day return tickets.
A. We offer a number of different fares, full details of which can be found here.
A. No. We accept cash & credit/debit card but please have exact fare ready.
A. Seats are not individually allocated. You may sit anywhere on the coach provided the seat is free.
A. We accept a valid Department of Social Welfare Travel Pass on all services.
A. We accept the ISIC Card and Student Travel Card. No other forms of student identification are accepted at this time.
A. Yes, children under 16 can avail of the student rate. Students aged over 16 must have valid student ID.
A. If you booked and paid for a ticket online and have not yet received it, please check your Spam/Trash Folder. If this is unsuccessful please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and request to have your ticket resent.
A. Out of consideration for your fellow passengers, we would ask that you refrain from eating and drinking on the coach.
A. We do not have toilet facilities on our coaches
A. We do not permit the use of e-cigarettes on our coaches.
A. West Cork Connect does not have wheelchair accessible vehicles.
A. With the exception of guide dogs, assistance dogs and therapy dogs, we do not allow animals on the bus.
A. There is space for bicycles/prams in the storage compartment underneath the bus.
A. Luggage other than hand luggage must be stored in the luggage compartment of the coach.
A. Yes, if you have left something behind on the coach please contact us by e-mailing email@example.com or calling us. Please specify the date and time you travelled and provide a description of the item you left behind. We cannot accept responsibility for any lost/stolen items.
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