Covid 19 – (Coronavirus)

Covid 19 – (Coronavirus)


COVID-19

As from 31 December 2020, all counties will be at LEVEL 5 upto 5 April 2021 at which time the situation will be reviewed by the Government, based on the status of the virus and public health advice.

We cannot accept bookings arriving between 31 December 2020 to 5 April 2021 unless “essential non-social and non-tourist purposes”.

Connemara Holiday Lettings are continuously monitoring the situation regarding Covid-19 and it is important to us that we offer you help, support, and guidance during this time.

We recognise the need for some guests to alter their holiday plans due to Covid-19 and we will promise to work closely with our owners to enable this.

Connemara Holiday Lettings Covid-19 policy:

  • If you wish to reserve a holiday home with an arrival date after 5 April 2021 our normal booking conditions apply.
  • If your reservation is on a date/to a destination that the government has issued a travel warning for, then you may be eligible for a refund for some of your holiday cost through Travel Insurance policies that include Travel Disruption Cover and do not exclude Covid-19. All policies differ, so please contact your travel insurer for more details on your coverage.
  • If you purchased travel insurance with Booking Protect please click on the link to their guidance on how refunds will be handled Coronavirus Guidance
  • If you booked through another travel agent such as Booking.com, Airbnb, TripAdvisor or HomeAway please contact them directly to check their Booking Conditions on cancellations/amendments.

If you wish to reserve a holiday home from 5 April 2021 we have put in place a new ‘Lock down Flexibility’ policy

  • Credit Voucher – We will provide a credit voucher which can be off-set against the same property that was originally booked.  Valid upto 31 December 2021
  • Alternative dates – You can amend free of charge within the same property that was originally booked, subject to availability (any increase in rental rate will be charged).

Please see below some advice from government agencies however, please be aware that this is a continuously changing situation.

The Irish government has announced several new rules for overseas travellers arriving to Ireland in a bid to reduce non-essential travel into and out of the country, including from and to Northern Ireland, and slow the spread of COVID-19.

As reported by The Irish Times, the new rules for overseas travellers arriving to Ireland include criminal sanctions and compulsory quarantine for incoming travellers who fail to produce a negative PCR test.

Please click on the links below for further information:

 Travel Advice from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)

Latest Report from the World Health Organisation (WHO)

Keep safe from all the team @ Connemara Holiday Lettings

 

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