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Holiday Accommodation in Holyhead

Select and book the very best Holiday Accommodation in Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey.

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Anglesey Outdoor Centre
Anglesey Outdoor Centre has a 3 star rating

Anglesey Outdoor Centre - Holyhead Budget Accommodation

SLEEPS UP TO 76
Anglesey Outdoors is a residential centre offering accommodation to everyone looking for an affordable friendly place to stay. We cater for individuals, families, schools, colleges, universities, clubs and groups.
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Dublin Ferry B&B - Holyhead
Dublin Ferry B&B - Holyhead has a 3 star rating

Dublin Ferry - B&B Holyhead

FROM £35.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Welcome to the Dublin Ferry our private B&B in Holyhead, we are only three minutes by car from the ferry port or train station.
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The Beach Hut

The Beach Hut - Holyhead B&B with Sea Views

SLEEPS UP TO 10, 4 BEDROOMS FROM £40.00 TO £80.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Superbly placed in the port town, The Beach Hut has the emphasis on great quality and affordable prices. The accommodation overlooks the port and is a mere 10 - 12 minutes walk to sea terminals...
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Cymyran Hotel

Cymyran Hotel Near Holyhead

Cymyran Hotel Stylish and modern hotel accommodation on the West Coast - just minutes from Stena & Irish Ferry Terminal and award-winning beaches.
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Wavecrest
Wavecrest  has a 3 star rating

Wavecrest B&B - Holyhead Bed and Breakfast

5 BEDROOMS FROM £25.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Close tothe Ferry terminal and Rail Station, the Wavecrest accommodates ferry passengers for late arrivale and early departures.
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Blackthorn Farm
Blackthorn Farm  has a 4 star rating

Blackthorn Farmhouse - B&B Nr Holyhead

8 BEDROOMS
Award-winning coastal accommodation, minutes from superb beaches, town centre and ferry terminal at Holyhead. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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The Granary Suite B&B - Holyhead

The Granary B&B Suite at Llanfaethlu near Holyhead

SLEEPS UP TO 2, 1 BEDROOM FROM £75.00 TO £85.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
With its own separate access this farmhouse suite could be the place to stay for couples who like a little more space and privacy, with or without breakfast.
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The Valley Hotel
The Valley Hotel  has a 3 star rating

The Valley Hotel - Near Holyhead

18 BEDROOMS FROM £41.50 TO £69.75 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
The Valley Hotel offers comfortable accommodation situated just off junction 3 of the A55 expressway. 19 en-suite bedrooms, a comfortable and friendly bar & eatery serving food all day for informal dining.
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RSPB South Stack Cliffs

Anglesey Accommodation Holyhead Attractions

Visit South Stack Cliffs and you’ll discover all sorts of rare and beautiful birds, butterflies and flowers, as well as adders, lizards and even porpoises, dolphins and seals!
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The Boathouse
The Boathouse  has a 2 star rating

The Boathouse - Hotel Bed & Breakfast Holyhead

The Boathouse hotel is close to the ferry terminal with spectacular harbour and marina views, offering cheap deals and short breaks.
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Holyhead Lodge
Holyhead Lodge  has a 3 star rating

Holyhead Lodge - Holyhead Bed and Breakfast

SLEEPS UP TO 8, 4 BEDROOMS FROM £35.00 TO £60.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Just 5 minutes walk from the railway station, ferry port and Town centre; The Lodge offers excellent accommodation.
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Bodowyr Camping & Touring Park
Bodowyr Camping & Touring Park has a 3 star rating

Holyhead Camping & Caravan Park Bodedern Nr Holyhead

FROM £12.00 TO £14.00 PER PITCH PER NIGHT
Bodowyr Camping & Caravan site is situated on the west coast of Anglesey, known asMam Cymru (the Mother of Wales). Anglesey offers many recreational activities and historic attractions
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Appleby's
Appleby's  has a 3 star rating

Appleby's - Holyhead Guest Accommodation

FROM £26.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Holyhead Guest accommodation at Applebys Guest House is just outside the centre of Holyhead town on the Isle of Anglesey North Wales, near yachting harbour. 3 Star Visit Wales graded accommodation with Parking on forecourt, near ferry port.
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Holyhead Town and Ferry Port

The town and port are built on Holy Island and reached by a causeway from the Isle of Anglesey which itself is just off the coast of North Wales. Known as a very busy and important ferry port that links North Wales to Ireland via the Irish ports of Dun Laoghaire and Dublin. However, the town and surrounding area have so much more to offer tourists and visitors.

Leisure Activities

It is a great base in which to stay and explore some of the finest accommodation on the island.   Whatever the time of year the area has so much to offer with an abundance of sandy beaches, rocky coves and historic sites. Over the years there have been many shipwrecks around this area of coast and, unfortunately, they continue to occur occasionally to this day. It was with this in mind that in 1809 The South Stack Lighthouse was completed. Today the Lighthouse is a major attraction for tourists and visitors with many coming to the RSPB reserve at Ellin's Tower at the top of the cliff to view the many thousands of birds including rare choughs, razorbills, guillemots, and puffins that nest on the sheer cliff face. But be warned! if you plan to visit the lighthouse be prepared for the 400 stone steps that lead steeply down to the suspension bridge that crosses the deep sea channel to the island of the lighthouse.

History

The history of Holyhead can be traced back beyond the 6th-century Christian saints, and indeed further back than even the Romans. There are a number of prehistoric sites that you may care to visit. Nearby you will find The Ty Mawr Hut Circles, Penrhos Feilw Standing Stones and Trefignath Burial Chamber, which dates from the Neolithic age, to name but a few.

The Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum: is well worth a visit, located on Newry Beach, in the old lifeboat station, where the more recent maritime history of the town is on display. The interesting displays include the diver's suit worn by Norman Owen a local man, who finding himself trapped underwater by one of his hands started to chop off two of his fingers with his diver’s knife. Unfortunately, after doing this he was still unable to free himself and with little air left he signaled to the surface to pull him up. This saved Norman's life but also tore off the remainder of his fingers.