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Located in Holyhead, The Edinburgh Castle offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a bar. There's a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. Sandra is a warm and welcoming host, and a great cook! Can't say enough about the convenience of the location, immediately in front of both train and ferry stations. (Yes, you can see the hotel from the station - I appreciated this from a previous review). Excellent breakfast. Tidy room, new bathroom. Efficiency with arrival and departure. Just what's needed. Recommend. Solid local charm.
Located in Holyhead, Stanley Arms provides free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a garden, a restaurant and a bar. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge. Very friendly and helpful staff. Room was clean and comfortable.
Located in Holyhead in the Anglesey region and Anglesey Sea Zoo reachable within 26 miles, Coastal Pods Heated has accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private parking. We had and enjoyed an absolutely perfect stay. Even though it was well into November we were totally cosy and actually turned the heating down. Beautiful views, quiet, easy to find, very clean, comfortable bed, great shower, ample continental breakfast, helpful friendly staff. TOTALLY GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY ( I think they should charge more for what they offer but obviously I'll keep that quiet!). I can 200% recommend this little gem and it will certainly be our first choice when toing and throughing from Ireland.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Holyhead this weekend is $89 or, for a 4-star hotel, $88. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Holyhead for this weekend cost around $91 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Holyhead cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Holyhead are $3 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Holyhead can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $89 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Holyhead for tonight. You'll pay around $90 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Holyhead will cost around $74, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
We just got off the Ferry from Dublin. This was an ideal overnight on our way to York & London. The bedroom was excellent & very comfortable; it has an en-suite bathroom, and all you would expect. We really slept well. The breakfast was excellent; the staff were very helpful and friendly. We moved on next morning, really refreshed. This is very convenient to the Ferry & an ideal stopover. We would recommend it to anyone traveling this way.
The water was too cold for proper swimming in august, which was a surprise for me but locals said that the water is cold like that always. There were just a few options with restaurants and the one we got was booked. We mostly had fish and chips from take away other than that really enjoyed the area. Having a car would be ideal for looking around.
If you like a good walk with nice views it's spot on. You can get the boat over to Ireland. And plenty of beaches the bus is frequently. Train is also very good but if you go by car there is plenty to see and do
We were only in Holyhead for an overnight. We came from Dublin on the ferry and were catching a train to London the next morning. The industry in Holyhead is the port, ferries and trains. The town is small and closes at five o'clock, with the exception of the pubs. The pub where we ate dinner (which was extremely good!), Stanley Arms, stopped serving food at 8pm. The town businesses were hurt by the shutdowns during the Covid pandemic and have struggled to make a go of it. The people we met were very friendly, the town quaint and charming, and the landscape is beautiful. We did not have opportunity to visit the beaches, though I understand they are popular.
Does anyone come to Holyhead unless they're getting the ferry to or from Dublin? Frankly, this port town has seen better days and needs a good spruce-up. In these days when people are trying to fly less (whether because they want to reduce their carbon footprint or because airplane travel has become so stressful), it's a shame that there isn't more investment in this key location. On the plus side, it is close to some lovely beaches in Anglesey and the stunning scenery of North Wales.
Ok if you like a quiet place if you are fit and like walking great Black lion pub great for food nice place to sit outside Church bay inn another great pub a little pricy but you pay for the view from the outside terrace which is dog friendly
We stayed at The Hut Wales in a sweet little room with view to the port. It is small, but cozy and provides everything you need. It is located quite close to the ferry port and the train station, so perfect if you have a connecting trip from Holyhead. You should not miss out the great breakfast in the café just below. Jason served us a lovely breakfast in this cute cafe with its friendly atmosphere. There are lots of books you can browse through while having your first, second and third coffee. ;)
First of all, I congratulate the owner for providing a beautiful,tasteful and scenic holiday home. The suggestions given by former guests were treated seriously. The labels for the cutlery ( including plates) were done. The instructions for opening the indoor windows were permanently displayed. Most important of all, the electric heater provides consistent warm temperature for the whole room and I do not have to shiver in the cold ,winter nights.Truly a memorable and comfortable stay.
Sandra is a warm and welcoming host, and a great cook! Can't say enough about the convenience of the location, immediately in front of both train and ferry stations. (Yes, you can see the hotel from the station - I appreciated this from a previous review). Excellent breakfast. Tidy room, new bathroom. Efficiency with arrival and departure. Just what's needed. Recommend. Solid local charm.
Great location, used it for one overnight prior to boarding the ferry to Dublin. Very accommodating, friendly and supportive hosts, nice little breakfast room with a full english breakfast and a view to the harbor. Bathroom, especially the shower was updated and even better than what you sometimes get in 4 star hotels, impressive.
Cosy pod in a great position with fantastic views. Everything we needed was in the pod including tea/coffee etc. Owner was very helpful and gave us a good recommendation for a restaurant. Absolutely ideal for our one night stop over before getting the ferry to Ireland. Close to Holyhead.
The hotel was well positioned for the ferry to Ireland and was in a nice quiet location. The staff were all incredibly friendly. The food in the restaurant was good for an evening meal. We didn't have breakfast as we left quite early.
Room was very clean and tidy, Briliant localisation , personel very nice lovely lady, room of giant size I can recommend this hotel 100% to everybody, I think one of the best ones in holyhead.
beautiful accommodation, great food in the restaurant and they even opened the kitchen early so we could get breakfast before leaving to catch our morning ferry from Holyhead to Dublin
Host was amazing. Room was clean and cute. Easy to find only 10 minute walk from train station/ferry port.
Great place to stay in Holyhead if you are getting the ferry. Hostess very helpful and excellent breakfast.
The host was lovely and even made breakfast early for us as we were getting the ferry early from Holyhead.
it was close to the water, town, and convenient to get to the port.
Lovely hotel and friendly staff