Holyhead  is a small port town in north-west Wales, with high-speed ferries to the Dublin area.
By rail [ edit ]
Holyhead is the end of the rail lines through northern Wales.
By boat [ edit ]
 sail from Dublin.
 sails from Dún Laoghaire (Co. Dublin) (about 8 km south of Dublin city centre).
You can compare Holyhead ferries to Ireland by route, operator and time using the
Ferrysavers.co.uk comparison egine.
Get around [ edit ]
The 'centre' of Holyhead is quite small and easily walkable. Everything is about 5-10min from the bridge which connects Holyhead's main streets to the ferry terminal.
Roman Fort/St Cybi Church. The ruins of an old Roman Fort are a 5min walk from the ferry/train station in Holyhead. On top of these ruins is built St Cybi Church. From there you also have a view of the harbour. free. edit
Internet Cafe. Pretty good Full English breakfast. edit
Jimbo's Ice Cream Parlour, . Market St Small ice cream parlour very close to the bridge to the ferry terminal. edit
Kings Arms, , 2 Marine Sq, Holyhead LL65 1DG . ☎ 01407 762273 edit
The George, , Market St, Holyhead LL65 1UL . ☎ 01407 762005 edit
The Skerries. A small bar with a small selection of drinks. There are TVs to watch games and a couple game machines in the back. edit
There is a Travelodge close to the Railway / Ferry Station.
Also the Boathouse Hotel on the seafront ( Taxi ride ), plus numerous Bed and Breakfast's close to the centre of town.
Get out [ edit ]