Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead
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Dun Laoghaire is a beautiful seaside town. It is situated about 13 km south of Dublin, near the village of Dalkey and is a major port of entry from Britain. Dun Laoghaire is a busy coastal town with lots to do. Whether it's shopping, eating, drinking, watching movies, going to the theatre, walking, taking part in water sports, hill walking or horse riding, to name a few, you will find it all within easy reach whilst staying in Dun Laoghaire. Here you will find Top brands and high street stores which await you there as well as the Mill Theatre, a selection of Cinema screens and a wide range of excellent Restaurants & Bars. Don’t miss the chance to visit to the Guinness Storehouse and the traditional Irish Nights are popular with both locals and tourists and some of the best can be experienced within a short distance of Dun Laoghaire.
The facilities available at Dun Laoghaire port:
Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port is located about 13Km (8 miles) south of Dublin city centre. Extensive sign marks on all main roads leading to the ferry port give clear directions. The port has a well built modern terminal with a wide range of passenger facilities. There’s parking beside the terminal and an underground car park for long term parking, Money changer machines are available at the terminal building, toilets, and special facilities for disables.
Reach Port by-
Car: From Dublin City follow the Coast Road (R113) to Dun Laoghaire or take the M50 to the south-eastern end, get off at Cherrywood; follow signs for Dun Laoghaire. Please be aware that due to so many cars arriving for the same ferry, and the cars coming off the ferry, builds the traffic which can be particularly bad in Dun Laoghaire at scheduled arrival times for the ferry.
If you are coming from the West follow the signs for Dublin until you get to the M50/N81.
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
From the South West and the South, follow 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.
Rail: Directly opposite the Dun Laoghaire ferry terminal is the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) rail system with connecting services to the main rail and bus stations in Dublin. Trains operate every 10 minutes at peak times and 20mins off peak from 05.50 hrs to 23.00
Bus: Bus Eireann operates services to and from Dun Laoghaire ferry port. The bus numbers are 7 / 7A / 8b. Bus Eireann operates services to other towns and counties from Dun Laoghaire.
Holyhead is located in the western area of the Isle of Anglesey in Northern Wales. Holyhead is the largest town in the county of Anglesey. Holyhead has a number of excellent places to eat plus a local theatre & cinema. Anglesey itself is a wonderful place to visit, it offers excellent fishing, golfing, sailing, beautiful scenery, walks & beaches, as well as a number of historic & prehistoric sites. It also has a good selection of shops. The town boasts some of the best historic sites in the UK with some fascinating prehistoric and Roman buildings, but is mainly known for its busy port which is operated by Stena Line.
The facilities available at Holyhead port
The Port of Holyhead is located at the far west of the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. The Terminals have lifts, escalators, disabled toilet facilities, a mother and baby room is also available. Free short term parking (20 minutes only) is available outside the main terminal building. Terminal facilities include a passenger's cafe as well as a motorist's one serving a selection of snacks, hot & cold drinks, ATM, Baggage Trolleys, a bureau de change, tourist information, Payphone, Hot & Cold Drinks Vending Machines, car hire.
Reach Port by-
Car: The Port is situated near to Holyhead Town Centre, and while going through car follow the A5 from the Midlands, or by the A55 from Chester. Once you reach the Town Centre, follow the signs to the Ferries.
Rail: Main rail line of Holyhead connects and services from most parts of the UK it takes 4 hours from London and 2 1/2 hours from Manchester. Holyhead Railway Station is situated next to the terminal building.
Bus: Holyhead Bus and Coach Station are situated outside the main ferryterminal. 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.