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Cheap Hotels in Holyhead

Kingsland Road
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £43
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93 Newry Street
0.4 Miles from the centre

Near Holyhead Harbour

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per night from £58
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Tan Y Cytiau, South Stack
2.2 Miles from the centre

Near South Stack Lighthouse

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per night from £60
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London Road, Valley
3.4 Miles from the centre

Set in Valley just 5 miles from Holyhead, 49 km from Llandudno, Bull Hotel features free WiFi access and free private parking. There is a restaurant and bar and guests can have fun at the games room. Every room is fitted with a TV. You will find a kettle in the room. You can play darts at this inn, and the area is popular for golfing. Conwy is 49 km from Bull Hotel, while Caernarfon is 25 km from the property.

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per night from £75
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Newry Beach
0.7 Miles from the centre

Just 4 minutes' drive from Holyhead’s ferry port and with fabulous views overlooking the marina, the Boathouse Hotel offers en suite accommodation, fresh food, a bar and free parking. The hotel has 19 en suite rooms, all of which have free WiFi, tea/coffee making facilities and flat-screen TVs. The hotel’s bistro offers a varied menu, specialising in locally caught fresh seafood and lobster. On the edge of Breakwater Park, the Boathouse Hotel has a great location. All that Holyhead has to offer is within easy reach. You can enjoy a coastal walk from the hotel’s doorstep. As well as the ferry port, Holyhead railway station is also nearby. For motor racing fans, the Anglesey Circuit is located in nearby Aberffraw, Anglesey.

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per night from £75
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Porth-Y-Felin Road
0.3 Miles from the centre

Near Holyhead Harbour

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per night from £75
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Gwendra House, 63 Maeshyfryd Road
0.4 Miles from the centre

Near Holyhead Harbour

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per night from £75
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Llanfair N.B., Anglesey
5 Miles from the centre

Near Traeth Llydan

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per night from £99
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Roadking Rooms Holyhead Hotel

Parc Cybi, Kingsland

Near Holyhead Harbour

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per night from £44
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The Haven Guest House Hotel

Marine Square

Near Holyhead Harbour

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per night from £55
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Witchingham B&B Hotel

20 Walthew Avenue
0.4 Miles from the centre

Near Holyhead Harbour

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per night from £58
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PREMIER INN HOLYHEAD Hotel

Parc Cybi, North Wales

Our Premier Inn Holyhead hotel is set right in the heart of this bustling town in Anglesey. Whether you're travelling to Ireland via the Holyhead Stena Line ferry, exploring historic attractions like the South Stack Lighthouse, or birdwatching at the Breakwater Country Park, getting around is easy when you stay with us. There's a delicious range of meals available at our on-site Thyme restaurant, and when you're done for the day you can look forward to enjoying a great night's sleep on one of our comfy Hypnos beds.

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Hotels in Holyhead

The largest town in the county of Anglesey, Holyhead is a major port in an attractive setting on the north-western tip of Wales. It sits on Holy Island, connected to the Isle of Anglesey by a causeway.

Book one of our Holyhead hotels and explore an appealing town with beautiful beaches and a wealth of maritime history.

Beaches

As well as Newry Beach, at Holyhead itself, there are several other beaches on Holy Island. These include Porth Dafarch, a sheltered beach with rock pools, Trearddur Bay, which has a play area and two golf courses nearby, and Borth Wen and Silver Bay at Rhoscolyn. You can go kayaking, jet-skiing, sailing, surfing, windsurfing, diving, fishing and swimming.

Holyhead Maritime Museum

Housed in Wales's oldest lifeboat station, Holyhead Maritime Museum tells the story of the town's maritime history. There are models of old ships and lifeboats, information about shipwrecks and lifeboat men, plus an exhibition entitled Holyhead At War, housed in a Second World War air raid shelter. Objects on display include photographs of ships and crew, uniforms and equipment, as well as the teeth and jawbone of a mammoth found in the town in 1864.

South Stack Lighthouse

You can take a tour of the 19th-century South Stack lighthouse, which helps boats crossing the Irish Sea and warns them of the dangerous rock below. Now controlled from Essex, the lighthouse stands on a tiny islet called South Stack Rock, which is separated from Holyhead by 30 metres of sea. Climb the steps down the cliff to the bridge, then climb to the top of the lighthouse and tour the engine room and exhibition area.

Wildlife and countryside

Thousands of seabirds nest in the cliffs at Holyhead, and there is an RSPB reserve at South Stack where you can see guillemots, razorbills and puffins in their cliffside colony. Look out too for adders, lizards, porpoises and dolphins, as well as the rare silver-studded blue butterfly.

The Breakwater Country Park is another good place to spot migrating birds in spring or autumn, as well as a variety of moths, little owls, orchids and grey seals. The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, a 125-mile route for walkers – although you can cycle or horse-ride along certain sections – runs through the park. The route follows Anglesey's coastline and starts from St Cybi's Church. Anyone who completes the full 125 miles can receive a badge and certificate.

Eating and drinking

Right on Newry Beach – the sea comes under the restaurant deck at high tide – the Harbourfront Bistro is a family-run TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner serving classic British dishes.

For light lunches, scones and generous portions of cake, head to the Wavecrest Café, another Certificate of Excellence winner, where you can also buy local photography.

Saffron and the Nuha Tandoori Restaurant are popular places for a curry, or head to Escelantes Mexican for Mexican food. Mandarian Royale, also a Certificate of Excellence winner, serves both Chinese and Thai dishes.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Holyhead

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Holyhead?

Monravon Guest House, Wavecrest and Holyhead Lodge are some of the popular hotels in Holyhead.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Holyhead?

The cheapest price for a double room in Holyhead is £58, offered by Wavecrest.

What are the best hotels in Holyhead near the center?

The best hotels near the center of Holyhead are Monravon Guest House, Holyhead Lodge and Wavecrest.

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