Holyhead railway station is a small staffed station in Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey. It is managed by Transport for Wales.
The toilets are located within the Ferry Terminal. The National key toilets are located within the Ferry Terminal; these toilets are operated by a radar key.
Cards and Coins
Located on concourse
Passport Photo Booth
Contact our Customer Relations team directly via the customer webform at www.tfwrail.wales
Phone: 03333 211 202
Ticket office for advice only
24 hours Monday - Friday; 0001 - 2145 Saturday; 0700 - 0000 SundaySaturday: 00:00 - 21:45
This machine does not accept cash. Payment is by major debit and credit cards only.
Step free access from the platforms to the Ferry Terminal.
For full station facilities as stated in the Accessible Travel Policy, please visit the Transport for Wales website: www.tfwrail.wales/our-network/stations.
Location: on Platform 2 by the gate (in ferry port area).
Storage Type: Stands
Name: Black Bridge
Operator: Stena Line
From the front of the station
For the nearest bus stop, walk across the footbridge and turn right onto the main road.
Wait at bus stops outside the station
Ferry sailings to Dublin Ferry Port and Dun Laoghaire.
To go to the Transport for Wales Active Travel Station Map please follow the below link. Please be advised that it is still in development and completion is expected at end of 2021.
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