Holyhead terminal - At the terminal in Holyhead you are able to get a hot drink and there is toilet facilites, and you are kept up to date with what time the ferries are due to leave and the weather conditions out to sea, which is definetely good to know so you are able to find out what kind of crossing you are going to get.
There is a option where you pay extra for stenaplus where you can get uploaded/disembarked faster and have your own exclusive section, but we didn't bother with that. The restaurant on board is good and they are generous with their portions. The shop onboard is quite big, and worth a browse. There are 2 decks that you can wander around, although the deck 7 is basically unused, atlthough I guess a good place to have a rest if you want some quiet time. The toilets on board are clean, which is definetley good. I went on the Stena Adventurer on the outward journey.
Stena Nordica and Dublin port
Not much at the port but there was some toilets which is good. You are able to get a hot drink if you require one. Stena Nordica is a small ferry and only had one deck really to wander around. Good food onboard, and a very small shop. The place where you can change you money back only opened for an hour but as long as you did it when you get on, it wasn't a problem.
So to sum it up, perfecty acceptable way to get across the Irish sea.
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