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Reviewed on 21 Jul 2018
Holyhead is known in Wales for being a major seaport, but this island town has plenty to offer visitors. Situated on Holy Island in the northwest corner of Wales, the town is ideal for nature lovers, whether you’re visiting Snowdonia National Park, the local Holyhead Breakwater Country Park or the South Stack Lighthouse and RSPB reserve.
For its size, Holyhead has a surprisingly large selection of accommodation available, due largely to the town’s port and high influx of travellers. You can choose from travel lodges, coastal hotels, boutique bed and breakfasts and even a hostel.
Whether you want a budget hotel, or something a little swankier, complete with restaurant and coastal conservatory, you’ll find it in Holyhead.
The town has hotels situated directly in the port, overlooking the Irish Sea. The Round Britain Challenge vessels often stop off in the marina, so if you book your hotel at the right time you can cheer the contestants on!
Otherwise you could find a hotel set back from the coast a little, near Holyhead’s eclectic selection of restaurants and eateries.
There are dozens of bed and breakfasts in Holyhead for anyone taking a break in the town, or just stopping overnight. You’ll find large, spotless rooms, with cooked breakfasts or cereal on demand. Nothing is too much trouble for the hosts in this lovely town, and you’ll be quickly made to feel at home.
Take your pick from views overlooking the crashing ocean or the tranquil scenes offered by Snowdonia National Park: you’ll enjoy a wonderful stay in one of Holyhead's bed and breakfasts wherever you stay.
For budget accommodation, you’ll find that Holyhead’s youth hostel provides an affable welcome with an affordable bed for the night. Catering to groups as well as individuals, the backpacker’s hostel in Holyhead offers a range of accommodation. It has an indoor residential centre, as well as a camping area where you can pitch your own tent, and even a yurt. Whether you’re here on a school trip, with the family or just passing through on the Welsh coastal path, you’ll find Holyhead’s backpacker’s hostel is an affordable and hospitable choice.
Whatever you’re looking for –a hotel, backpacker’s hostel or a home away from home in a friendly bed and breakfast – search online and book your accommodation in Holyhead today with Expedia.