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Trip from SW France to Stranraer Scotland

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My husband, myself and two dogs are returning to Northern Ireland at the end of May.
As we have two dogs we will be travelling by car. We will be travelling from a place called Albi Midi-Pyrénées in S.W. France to Calais and then to Folkstone by Eurotunnel. We will probably take 2 - 3 days travelling in France before we get to the Eurotunnel in Calais as it is about 9+ hours drive.
Travelling in France is not difficult for stopovers with dogs, most budget hotels accept dogs, so we won't have a problem there.
I would like advice about stopovers travelling from Folkstone to Stranraer, I think we would need at least one stopover as I believe it would take about 8 hours or more, and what would be the best route. Once we get to Stranraer, then its a short ferry sailing to Northern Ireland and we are home.

Thanks to anyone with information or advice.

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