The problem with Travelodge’s are that they are fantastically cheap, and consequently are first choice for anyone looking to book lots of rooms.
This does mean that in some towns (Newcastle, Edinburgh) you can be woken up at 2 or 3 in the morning by the sounds of groups of drunken people coming in from a stag or hen do.
Things at Holyhead are a little different.
I can’t think that anyone who’s not from Holyhead, or the surrounding area, would actively choose the place for a Stag/Hen do. It’s a very nice town, but it’s not renowned for its range of bars or nightlife (unlike a Newcastle for example).
Consequently you aren’t woken up in the very early hours by people coming in from bars. You are woken up though by people on their way out.
Both yesterday and today I’ve been woken up at 4 am by people leaving.
For this is the curse of a port town. Whilst there may not be stag parties, there are people hoping to catch the 5am sailing to Dublin, and if you don’t live in Holyhead, or want a night kipping in the departures lounge, then the hotel is probably your only choice.
I’d just wish some of them would realise that not all of us want the ferry to Dublin, some just want their sleep.