If you're ever stuck for a ferry between Wales and the Republic of Ireland and have to stay in Holyhead, then look no further than Seacroft.

This superb 'gastro pub' is clean, well-equipped and has a beautiful sea-faring charm in its decor and layout.

Located on the shores of Treaddur Bay, the accommodation comprises a small number of large bedrooms, some with balconies.


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Holyhead stands as the largest town in the county of Anglesey in the North West of Wales and is a popular destination for a number of visitors every year.

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The town features a number of historic sites, with the centre being built around St. Cybil's Church, which was constructed inside one of Europe's only three-walled Roman forts. The Romans also built a watchtower on the top of Holyhead Mountain inside Mynydd y Twr, a prehistoric hillfort. Settlements in the area date back as far as prehistoric eras, with circular huts, burial chambers and standing stones featuring in the highest concentration throughout all of the UK.

Holyhead is also home to one of the first churches of the Jedi Religion, which was founded by brothers Daniel and Barney Jones early in 2008. The lighthouse within the town is a popular spot for birdwatchers and there are a number of peaceful walks surrounding the town.

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Holyhead Maritime Museum, Beach Road, Holyhead LL65 1ES (01407) 769745
Housed in Wales’s oldest lifeboat station, the Holyhead Maritime Museum delves into the history of Holyhead’s maritime heritage and traditions.

Exhibits include scale model lifeboats, maritime artefacts and a Second World War air raid shelter that doubles as a museum itself.

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Facilities include a licensed restaurant and a decked area allowing visitors to watch the comings and goings of Holyhead’s many ferries and craft.


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