Ferries from Holyhead to Ireland

Ferries to Ireland from Holyhead - Holyhead to Dublin and Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire

There are 2 ferry operators with routes to Ireland from Holyhead; Irish Ferries and Stena Line Ferries. Stena Line actually offer 2 services from Holyhead, to both Dublin and Dun Laoghaire, which is a ferry port just 7 miles south of Dublin city. The Irish Ferries route travels from Holyhead to Dublin. The ferry from Holyhead to Dublin takes around 3 hours 15 minutes. The ferry from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire is quicker, with journey times of under 2 hours. Ferries to Dublin also depart from Liverpool ferry ports.

Ferry Routes from Holyhead to Ireland:

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Use our booking engine to find the best prices for the ferry from Holyhead to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire or visit the operators direct at Irish Ferries and Stena Line Ferries.

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About Holyhead Ferry Port and Ferries from Holyhead

Holyhead ferry port is situated in Anglesey, North Wales. It is well connected to the main road network, and easy to reach from anywhere in north Wales, north west England, and the West Midlands.

Where is Holyhead Ferry Port?

Holyhead Ferry Port by Car

Holyhead ferry port is well connected to the main road network. The port is at the end of the A55 road, which connects Anglesey with the North West of England and the Motorways. For example, Manchester to Holyhead is 120 miles and around a 2 and a half hours drive. The A55 also intersects with the A5, making Holyhead easy to reach from parts of he west of England.

Holyhead Ferry Port by Coach

National Express offer a regular coach service to Holyhead Ferry Terminal from many major UK cities, such as London, Liverpool and Birmingham. You can usually find a connecting coach to these cities. See National Express for more details.

Holyhead Ferry Port by Train

Regular trains run to Holyhead Station, which is closely situated to the ferry terminal. It's easy to walk from the trains station to the ferry terminal. However, if you have heavy luggage, then taxis are available. See Rail Easy for the cheapest tickets and rail bookings to Holyhead.


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Ferry Operators from Holyhead

Ferries from Holyhead ferry port are operated by Irish Ferries and Stena Line Ferries.

Ferry Routes from Holyhead

The car and passenger routes for ferries from Holyhead go to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire. Click on the links below to find out more about each route:

Alternative Ferry Ports and Ferry Routes

If you are aiming to get the ferry to Dublin, then alternative ferry routes go from Liverpool to Dublin, or Liverpool Birkenhead to Dublin.

If you are flexible in which Irish ferry port you arrive at, then you may also consider ferries from the other ferry ports in Wales. These ports offers services to the south of Ireland ports - Rosslare and Cork.

Alternative ferry routes to Dublin

Alternative ferry from Wales

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