Welcome to Holyhead
Holyhead is a large port town on the coast of the Isle of Anglesey, Gwynedd. Since its massive breakwater was built in the 1800s, it's been a significant seafaring stop, and ferries sail daily between its port and Dublin. The vibrant town centre is centred around St Cybi's church, which is set inside a Roman fort with some of its walls still standing. Today it attracts many visitors with its range of historical sites and leisure activities.
Amble through Anglesey
Anglesey is an amalgamation of everything that's made Wales a popular tourist destination. From the moment you get off the ferry or cross the bridge, you'll have a world of stunning, unspoilt coastlines, scenic countryside, and fascinating historical sites to explore. Whatever you came to discover, you're sure to remember this outstandingly beautiful part of Britain.
Explore the cells of Beaumaris Goal
Beaumaris Goal is one of Wales' most well-known and ominous historical sites, where the walls are alive with secrets and memories, providing a unique insight into prison life in the 19th century. Visitors can walk through the same dark hallways and cells used by prisoners throughout the Victorian era, and see a range of intriguing, and often haunting artefacts.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Holyhead? Travelodge Holyhead Hotel is an easy 10-minute walk from the town centre, and Travelodge Bangor Hotel is a half-hour drive away.