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Nearest travel links
|Airport||Manchester 146 km|
|Ferry||Holyhead 35 km|
|Train station||Bangor 4 km|
Activities near Bangor
|Sports||Golf course on site or within 15 min walk, Water sports, Horse riding, Fishing|
|Great for||Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays|
How to get there
By Air to Anglesey and Main UK airports.
Manchester and Liverpool John Lennon are the closest International Airports both with car hire facilities, both about 1.5 hours drive from Tyddyn Sydney Bach. The rail link from Manchester Airport Terminal is via Crewe or Chester to North Wales. From Liverpool by public transport travel is via bus and train connection to Chester and then by train to Bangor Station.
A weekday service flies between Cardiff and RAF Valley operated by Manx2. A terminal building has been constructed with future plans to offer flights to other destinations such as Dublin.
The North Wales Coast Road to Anglesey. A55.
The A55 Coast Road and the main London Holyhead Railway skirt the sea for some of the journey from Chester. The views are stunning either from the car or the train.
Motorway Links across the UK to North Wales.
UK motorway links from the North, South and East get you to Chester or Shrewsbury for the A5 and A55 North Wales Roads. The A5 traditional historic route built by Thomas Telford giving fabulous countryside and mountain views . The A55 Coast Road with scenic sea and countryside views across to North Wales. The road has fast access to and from the M56 and M6. Road routes to Anglesey are Motorway or Dual Carriageway from all quarters of the UK.
Tyddyn Sydney Bach is just off Junction 9 of the A55, after the junction with the A5 and A55 at Llandegai just outside Bangor.
Traffic alerts and up to the minute information on the Welsh roads can be found at Traffic Wales
Trains Services to North Wales.
Direct trains from London Euston to Holyhead can get you to Bangor Station in less than 4 hours, with just 5 minutes by taxi to Tyddyn Sydney Bach. All London Holyhead trains call at Crewe and Chester. The central west coast hub at Crewe provides links to many parts of the United Kingdom. and Chester provides links to Manchester and Merseyside. 'Train timetables' give all UK National rail routes and times.
By Sea from Ireland
Irish Ferries and Stena Line both run fast catamarans and conventional ferries across the Irish Sea between Dublin to Holyhead port. Ferries depart from Port of Dun Laoghaire and the city Port of Dublin. Both can be reached by road or train. Tyddyn Sydney Bach can be reached by train from either Bangor or Llanfair PG Stations or by car, which can be hired at Holyhead Port.