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Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire Port Information

Holyhead ferry with Stena Line and Irish Ferries

Book a Hollyhead Ferry across the Irish Sea to the Irish ports of Dublin and Dun Laoghaire. Book a Hollyhead Ferry with whichferry.co.uk


The Port of Hollyhead (to Dun Laoghaire) is located at the far west of the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. The Ferry Terminals, one for passengers & one for vehicles, are operated by Stena Line & Irish Ferries, operating services to Ireland. There are frequent buses and coaches to Anglesey and Holyhead from England and Wales. On Anglesey there is a local network of buses which service all parts of the island. Holyhead is on a main rail line with connections and services from most parts of the UK (4 hours from London; 2 1/2 hours from Manchester).

Directions to Holyhead Ferry Port by Car

The Port is situated near to Holyhead Town Centre, and is reached by following the A5 from the Midlands, or by the A55 from Chester. Once you reach the Town Centre, follow the signs to the Ferries.

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Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead Port Information

Dun Laoghaire ferry with Stena Line

Book a Dun Laoghaire Ferry ticket for your ferry crossing from the Irish ferry port of Dun Laoghaire to Hollyhead port with Stena Line ferries. Book online a Dun Laoghaire Ferry crossing ticket with whichferry.co.uk

Dublin Ferry Port Information

The ferry port terminal at Dun Laoghaire is one of the main entry points into Ireland from the United Kingdom. After a prolonged period of discussion and the announcement by Stena Line Sealink that they intended to use a HSS on the ferry route Dun Laoghaire - Hollyhead, it was decided to rebuild the terminal

Directions to Dun Laoghaire port by car.

Should you be approaching Dun Laoghaire ferry port from the west - perhaps from Limerick Portlaoise or Galway, you should follow the signs for Dublin until you get to the M50/N81. From there follow signs to Dun Laoghaire ferry port. These signs will have the Stena Line feries logo on them as well as the names of other towns on the way.

Driving from the North and the North West you should again follow signs for Dublin then take the Eastlink Toll bridge route, taking the N11 going south for Wexford and the South East, you will soon find signs for Dun Laoghaire ferry port.

Coming from the South West and the South, following signs for Dublin you are likely to be coming via Waterford or Kilkenny or Carlow which heads for the N11. When you get to Loughlinstown, which is near Bray you will see signs for Dun Laoghaire Port. The Dun Laoghaire ferry port is close to the town centre. Travelling along the coast heading for the DART station you will soon see the signs for the Stena Line Ferries Terminal entrance. Travelling through Dun Loaghaire centre you should drive down Marine Road towards the sea and following signs to the ferry terminal.

Take a Ferry to Ireland with Which Ferry to see this famous green country. But there are more colours than green in Ireland. Ireland is criss-crossed with silver streams, lazy rivers, hidden lakes and still canals. Throughout the country, there'`s trout and salmon fishing for anglers. Canals, rivers and larger lakes can be explored from the banks or from hired boats.

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If you prefer the city experience than take a Ferry to Ireland and sail directly to the historic cosmopolitan capital Dublin with its lively nightlife and plenty of Irish Pubs and international Cafes. The aroma of freshly brewed coffee mingling with the distinct smell of hops from the Guinness brewery. If you're looking for a lively city, a glimpse of an ancient civilisation, a cultural feast, a musical odyssey, stunning scenery, and a spectacular coastline - you'`ve come to the right place!

A Ferry to Ireland will take you there to explore all of the above. Explore Ireland by car, on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. Explore Ireland with whichferry.co.uk. Our ferry routes include; Liverpool to Dublin, Cairnryan to Larne and Troon to Larne with P&O Irish Ferries. You can also use the ferry services of Irish Ferries to and from the ferry ports of; Hollyhead to Dublin, Pembroke to Rosslare, or if sailing between Ireland and France: Rosslare to Cherbourg and Rosslare to Roscoff.

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