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Applebys Guest House, hotel in Holyhead

Applebys Guest House offers accommodations in Holyhead. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms feature a seating area for your convenience.

Best overall stay and breakfast we had during our 11 day stay in the UK and Ireland.
Scored 8.9
8.9
Rated excellent
Excellent
425 reviews
Price from$103.33per night
Witchingham B&B, hotel in Holyhead

Providing a garden, Witchingham B&B offers accommodations in Holyhead. Both free Wifi and parking on-site are available at the guest house free of charge.

Location was great!
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very Good
822 reviews
Price from$109.79per night
Lower Harbour watch, hotel in Holyhead

Lower Harbour watch offers accommodations in Holyhead, a 8-minute walk from Newry Beach and 31 miles from Snowdon Mountain Railway.

Very cute and cozy. Wonderful decorating and in a convenient location. Great shower. Very thoughtful to have tea available which was perfect on a rainy day. Big TV in living room to watch the Euro football match.
Scored 9.1
9.1
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
25 reviews
Price from$142.08per night
Holyhead central stay, hotel in Holyhead

Holyhead central stay is a recently renovated vacation home in Holyhead, near Newry Beach.

Convenient location, free parking and the whole house is very clean.
Scored 9.8
9.8
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
29 reviews
Price from$174.37per night
@33 Fab Townhouse, hotel in Holyhead

@33 Fab Townhouse is located in Holyhead, just a 17-minute walk from Newry Beach and 1.5 miles from Porth Dafarch Beach. Guests can benefit from a patio and a sun terrace.

Scored 7.7
7.7
Rated good
Good
19 reviews
Price from$821.49per night
Craig Eithin B & B, hotel in Holyhead

Craig Eithin B & B offers accommodations in Valley, a 10-minute drive to Holyhead sea port and Holyhead railway station. Rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room.

Dave and Debbie were exceptional hosts, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. They went out of their way to make things work out for us, from storing a bag to letting us check in early on a very wet day when we were walking the Anglesey Coastal track.
Scored 9.5
9.5
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
345 reviews
Price from$142.08per night
Orient B&B, hotel in Holyhead

Orient B&B is a recently renovated guest house in Holyhead where guests can make the most of its garden and bar.

Nice little B&B in easy close distance to Holyhead Ferry Port. Check-in was nice and smooth, lovely comfortable beds, good welcome pack with all info needed and although we didn't opt to do this, option of an evening meal in-house. It's an easy walk into town if you're inclined!
Scored 9.1
9.1
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
507 reviews
Price from$118.57per night
Blodfa, hotel in Holyhead

Blodfa is located in Holyhead, just 24 miles from Anglesey Sea Zoo and 26 miles from Bangor Cathedral.

Perfect for our stay
Scored 9.1
9.1
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
16 reviews
Price from$148.80per night
The Little Garden Hideaway with Stunning Sea Views and Garden, hotel in Holyhead

A recently renovated bed and breakfast, The Little Garden Hideaway with Stunning Sea Views and Garden offers accommodations in Holyhead.

Fantastic location. Property very small but fine for a weekend. Lovely outside area a bonus! Very clean & a silent fridge in the room a bonus! Host very helpful with advice on where to eat!
Scored 9.5
9.5
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
32 reviews
Price from$92.03per night
Two Peas in a Pod, hotel in Holyhead

Two Peas in a Pod offers accommodations in Holyhead, 25 miles from Red Wharf Bay and 27 miles from Bangor Cathedral.

Scored 9.8
9.8
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
15 reviews
Price from$206.66per night
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What Guests Said About Holyhead:

  • Scored 10
    10

    What gem of a small, beautiful town.

    What gem of a small, beautiful town. The people I met there were all so friendly. The best thing I enjoyed most was a two hour walk through the parkland with exquisite views. I went from walking along the harbor to walking along the bluffs overlooking the coast. The train/ferry station is within walking distance to the town center and beyond. Taxis are hard to come by, but I didn’t need one. I only stayed in Holyhead one night, but two nights would be ideal.
    Elizabeth
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    The property looked great, in a great location.

    The property looked great, in a great location. The Garden Room is suitable as an extra bedroom for the main house, but was far too small with only limited facilities for an independent stay of more that one night.
    Ben
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    The landscape is absolutely wonderful.

    The landscape is absolutely wonderful. There are many possibilities to hike until lighthouse It is there perfect to observe the nature such as the birds Unfortunately, the town is not well maintained, and some parts are really awful
    Pierre
    France
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    I've only ever travelled through Holyhead en route from...

    I've only ever travelled through Holyhead en route from Ireland to the UK and back, but I walked around the town a bit with my dog on this trip, and the area around the B&B was nice enough. Beyond that I really can't say as yet, but I'll definitely return.
    Melissa
    Ireland
  • Scored 4.0
    4.0

    On Holyhead, see standing stones and Southstack cliffs and...

    On Holyhead, see standing stones and Southstack cliffs and lighthouse but get to the amazing coast of Anglesey. Orion gallery and museum , burial chambers Food is very expensive and not very good except eat at White Eagle pub
    Elaine
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    Not much in the Pier area, very residential.

    Not much in the Pier area, very residential. Expect to walk a lot, crossed bridge to City Center for the amenities we were looking for, food & historic sites. 2 days were enough to stay before heading to Dublin on the Ferry.
    Robin

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Holyhead

  • Scored 7.1
    7.1
    Rated good
    Good
     · 59 reviews
    Great location for train and Ferry terminal, all within walking distance to the room. The Main Street was a few minutes walk away where an assortment of eateries and pubs could be found. The room was clean and cozy with very comfy beds. Great pub right next door for a drink or suggestions on where to eat! Our host was very friendly and helped us find our way to the train the next day. We will stay here again if we come back to Holyhead.
    Alex
    Canada
  • Scored 7.6
    7.6
    Rated good
    Good
     · 868 reviews
    Damian our host was very pleasant and and did everything that was asked of him. The chef came in early to cook us breakfast as we had to leave by 07.00. The location is adjacent to the Holyhead Ferry terminal so less than a minute to travel either walking or by car. Also only a short walk into town for evening meal etc
    Kerry
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 7.9
    7.9
    Rated good
    Good
     · 586 reviews
    Spacious and clean room, friendly staff. The accommodation is conveniently located for people arriving at the Holyhead ferry terminal.
    Daniele
    Ireland
  • From $155 per night
    Scored 9.5
    9.5
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 345 reviews
    Very friendly owners , Dave and Debbie . Outstanding breakfast . Great location for Holyhead ferry to Ireland.
    Vivian
    Belgium
  • From $156.99 per night
    Scored 7.9
    7.9
    Rated good
    Good
     · 247 reviews
    The location couldn't be better for the Holyhead ferry.
    Fiona
    United Kingdom