Dublin Holyhead Ferry

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    Dublin Holyhead Ferry

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  • 5 crossings daily
    2 hr 15 min
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  • 4 crossings daily
    2 hr 30 min
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Quickly book cheap Dublin to Holyhead ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Dublin to Holyhead ferry route is operated by 2 ferry companies, Irish Ferries and Stena Line providing a helpful connection from Ireland to Wales. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Dublin to Holyhead to help you find the best deals but as well as that, we will also compare with Dublin to Liverpool to help you arrive in Wales relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal.

Whichever ferry company you choose, you will find modern facilities and high levels of comfort on board your Dublin to Holyhead ferry. Ferrysavers always has cheap prices for Irish Ferries and Stena Line and great deals to help you save on your trip.

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  • Dublin - Holyhead

    Car + 2
    Travel: Sunday, 17 May 2020
    from: £168
    Stena Line

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Dublin Information

Dublin ferry port is ideally located 2 miles from Dublin city centre. It is accessible from the N1 from the North, N4 from the West and N11 from Wexford/South. Dublin ferry port is signposted clearly from all these roads. Dublin ferry port features a modern passenger terminal with warm lounge area, a cafe, cash machine and vending machines.

Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland (or Eire). Like many European cities, Dublin is a cosmopolitan city boasting a rich cultural heritage. Dublin is the focal point of the Irish art scene: from literature to theatre without forgetting architecture and modern art. Dublin also offers a vibrant nightlife and remains a popular destination for shopping with 5 large shopping districts including the famous Grafton street with its designer boutiques.


Holyhead Information

Holyhead is located in the county of Anglesey in northern Wales, and is the largest town in the county, although it is neither the county town or actually on the island of Anglesey itself. Instead, Holyhead is connected to Anglesey by the Four Mile Bridge as well as a causeway which carries the A55 and the railway line. Holyhead has many attractions to entertain visitors such as shopping centres and the church of St. Cybi; the local area is also full of many amazing prehistoric sites to explore including a Roman watchtower.

Reviews

  • 18 Feb 2020
    Happy
    • We were very pleased with whole travel experience.

      Review by Anon

  • 20 Jan 2020
    Fine - like a timewarp to the 80s
    • Dated, poor facilities throughout the journey - I imagine the ferry is unchanged from it was first built. Could do with updating for the cost.

      Review by Anon

  • 08 Jan 2020
    Great journey
    • The whole journey was very comfortable and staff very helpful

      Review by PAUL BARKER

  • 20 Oct 2019
    Too expensive
    • The staff, food, and facilities were amazing.. but for someone who just wants to cross the sea, 350£ for a car is just so expensive...

      Review by ALIN PACURAR

  • 18 Oct 2019
    Signage to Port
    • Difficult to find embark and disembark due to poor signage both in Dublin port and Holyhead

      Review by GAVIN BEE

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