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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Holyhead Ferry Port

  • Holyhead Ferry Port by Car

    The A55 expressway to Anglesey cuts journey times across the island by up to 30 minutes. The A55 ends approximately 100 metres from the port, which is well signposted from then onwards.

  • Holyhead Ferry Port by Train

    Holyhead station is on the main line and can be reached from all over the UK. Trains take about 4 hours from London and 2 hours from Manchester. Leave the train at Holyhead Station and follow directions along the platform into the main Port terminal. Taxi and Bus services also operate to and from Terminal 1 For more information and booking, please visit our trains to Holyhead page.

  • Holyeahd Ferry Port by Coach

    There are regular bus services to Anglesey and Holyhead from all over the UK. There is also a frequent National Express service to Holyhead ferry terminal. For more information and booking, please visit our coaches to Holyhead page

  • Holyhead Ferry Port Parking

    There are two car parks available for Long Term parking which costs £5 per day or £20 for 7 days. 60 Spaces are available at the port entrance and a further 500 spaces are a short ride from the port at the main car park. A FREE Park & Ride bus service to and from Terminal 1 operates around the ships arrival and departure times. Cars are parked at owner's risk. The car parks are patrolled and have CCTV coverage.

  • Holyhead Ferry Port Accommodation

    We can also arrange hotels to Holyhead and many cities and destinations throughout Europe. For more information and booking please visit Holyhead accommodation page.

  • Holyhead Accommodation

    If you need to spend a night at or near Holyhead ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Holyhead Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Holyhead Guide

Holyhead Ferry Port

The port of Holyhead sits on the northernmost tip of Holy Island, a small peninsula separated from the Welsh Isle of Anglesey by a narrow stretch of sea known as the Menai Strait. With Dublin a short ferry trip across the Irish Sea, it’s a popular stop-over destination for tourists on their way to the Emerald Isle. The port is supplied by fantastic travel routes from the British mainland too. The A55 dual-carriageway cuts through the centre of Anglesey and all the way across the north of Wales, meaning that both Manchester and Liverpool are under a 2-hour drive away. The ferry terminal, a bright open-plan building with plenty of comfortable seating, is also shared by the Holyhead train-line. Irish Ferries and Stena line currently operate on the Holyhead - Dublin route, both companies sailing daily from the Welsh coast. The brief journey takes passengers within view of the Holyhead Mountain near the west coast of Holy Island where it is possible, on a clear day, for successful climbers to see all the way to the Irish coastline.

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