Well, DVD is digital, that's what the first D stands for . To be specific, you're looking to convert to a file format you can use with a digital media player.
A converter such as this will do the trick if you still have a functioning VHS player. Services that will do this for you aren't as common as they once were as the kit to do it yourself now costs around what they charge for a single tape.
Many chemists act as agents for companies that do video to digital conversion but the output is provided on DVD. You can then copy the files from the DVD to your hard disk or copy the DVD. I've done this myself. So just ask in you local chemist. I haven't used them but the Fuji shop in Abbey St Dublin says they provide this service.
Well if you really want a bit of a drive try Dan Devane in Tralee, he did some cine film for me years ago and has since done some cassettes to dvd so I'd imagine he has kept up to date with technology and can do them to whatever you want. He does wedding videos etc and is very obliging and helpful.