Bus to South Stack Lighthouse

South Stack Lighthouse

South Stack Lighthouse

Dear Wil,


Is there any bus to go to South Stack Lighthouse from Holyhead railway Station?

If not, what is the taxi fare?




Dear Friend

The news is that there is no direct bus from the Holyhead Station to South Stack Lighthouse.

I have no idea about taxi prices ... However, there is direct bus to South Stack about 350metres away.

Bus travel is much better and less frantic, I find.

How to get to the bus? The bus stop is at Summer Hill in Holyhead town and is easy to get to by foot from the station.

Follow the rails to their very end inside the station. As the old building transitions into the ferry terminal, you'll see a sliding door on your left. Go through it and travel across the Celtic Gateway Bridge into town.

Immediately into town turn right and follow the pedestrian walkway and street to its very end. The bus stop is up on your left.

The bus you require is Bus 22 and it stops at the RSPB Information Centre.

Outgoing bus at 10:45, 14:30 and 17:00. Return times from South Stack are 11:00, 14:45 and 17:15.

Hope that's useful. South Stack is a lovely place to visit for scenery, the lighthouse and the birds.

My very best wishes to you,

Wil

Comments for Bus to South Stack Lighthouse

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Aug 13, 2013
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Does the 22 Bus run on Sunday
by: Ed

Hi, does the 22 Bus form Summers Hill stop in Holyhead run on a Sunday and more so on September 29th 2013....

Thanks for any help...

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Contact Me Page.



Protected by Copyscape Online Plagiarism Finder


Books by William Gerwyn, author of this web site.

CLICK HERE

NEW NOVEL

NOVEL

Now in Paperback

Now in Paperback

To have a look at Wil’s books Click Here

Anglesey Award
Winning Beaches
CLICK HERE

Recent Articles

  1. Wells

    May 22, 21 09:02 AM

    Just found your site today, and is great. I wrote earlier about Washi Bach? Both sides of my parents’ families are from Sîr Fôn, Hafod Llwyn and Tregele.

    Read More

  2. Everlasting place - Aberffraw

    May 22, 21 08:05 AM

    Aberffraw beach is so special to me as this is where we have scattered our dogs ashes after her passing - seems really strange every time I go back there

    Read More

  3. Washi Bach

    May 22, 21 07:47 AM

    Washi bach was a familiar figure when I was growing up in Pentraeth in the fifties and sixties, although his visits were infrequent. As somebody else

    Read More

SBI! Case Studies

Work From Home With SBI!

ANGLESEY
MONOPOLY