|Quoting Mennix (Reply 2):|
he easiest way is to rent a car in a one way direction.
|Quoting Joost (Reply 3):|
Easier and less hassle than the bus? I see the bus only costs GBP 9.90. Add to that the time it takes to pick up and return the car, not familiar with the route, maybe not familiar with right-hand drives and (according to route planners online) hardly quicker.
Is the bus that terrible?
|Quoting BCAL (Reply 6):|
Agree that the National Express service is best but cheapest? It would be cheaper to hitch a lift, but then you might not be picked up not to mention all the risks associated with hitch hiking.
|Quoting RJ100 (Reply 9):|
For instance LTN-DUB-STN on Ryanair
Cannot you rent a bike one-way? According to the viamichelin route finder, it is only 55km, or 4 hours, by bike
By road, you could cut across the A roads, but fastest way would be down the M1, round the M25 and back up the M11.