When you get off the train, follow the signs on the platform for the ship.
It's about a 2-3 minute walk into the booking hall, where you will see offices of both friendly ferry companies: Stenaline on the left and Irish Ferries to the right.
There is an open lounge with a small cafe selling hot drinks and snacks near the sliding doors which lead to the platform, and toilets are next to the cafe and face the ticket barrier.
Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire:Stena HSS: 1025 Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead: Stena HSS: 1330
Please note these sailings are daily and times are valid until 5 January 2010.
If you need any local information, and depending on what time of day it is, there is a Tourist Information Centre to the left of the departure barrier which has as much information as you can read.
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Getting to Holyhead Port by road:
Travelling by car, just follow the signs for the A55 and North Wales after you come off the motorway network, unless you are coming through the mountains along the A5.
In this case, you will join the A55 just outside Bangor. Then stay on the A55 onto the Britannia Bridge and on to Holyhead. See Map of Anglesey here.
Looking back, it was easy for us, living on Anglesey, so long as we made sure to get down to the Port at least half an hour before the ship leaves, so before 1000 for the morning Stena fast ferry sailing from Holyhead.
Looking for a Hire Car:You may be returning from Ireland and want a hire car for your onward journey or perhaps you want to use a hire car during a short stay on Anglesey. Either way find out more about how a Holyhead car rental service may help you.
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Looking for Ferry to Dublin Hi, we're from New Zealand and will be travelling earlish in September up through Wales to Anglesey and then aim to catch the ferry to Dublin.