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Accommodation in Ireland

Coronavirus in Ireland

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The government has published a 5-stage plan on how to deal with Corona in the next 6 months. It contains the restrictions which will be applied on a national or local level, depending on the infection rates. Find details here.
Ireland is currently on Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions until at least 31 January.
People are told to stay at home, other than for work, education or other essential purposes. People will only be able to exercise within five kilometres of their home.
Where possible, people should continue to work from home.

No visitors are permitted in private homes or gardens except for essential family reasons, providing care to children, elderly or vulnerable people, or as part of a support bubble. People will be permitted to meet up and exercise with residents from one other household in an outdoor setting.

All non-essential business, including gyms, will have to shut by the close of business tomorrow. Essential retail outlets, such as supermarkets, fuel forecourts and pharmacies, can remain open. Pubs, restaurants and cafes will only be allowed to operate a takeaway or delivery service. The number of people who can attend a funeral during the period of Level 5 restrictions is 10. The number of guests allowed to attend weddings is 25 until 2 January and will be reduced to six after from 3 January.
Hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses are open for non touristic purposes only, with services limited to residents.
No matches or events can take place, except for professional and elite sports, and all of these must take place behind closed doors.

There is updated guidance on face masks, and people should now wear them outdoors on busy streets, inside crowded workplaces and in places of worship and are obligatory in public transport, shops and shopping outlets.
For international travel the following restrictions apply:
International travel by members of EU countries is governed by European Commission proposals. Ireland has signed up to the common EU travel system. Generally people who arrive in Ireland are asked to restrict their movements for 14 days. Excempted are only people who arrive from a "green" country on the common EU Travel system, individual regulations may apply to "orange" countries. People from the UK/Northern Ireland must self isolate for 14 days.
Read more:
> about the government restrictions...
> about restricting your movements...

When entering Ireland a passenger location form has to be submitted [more...]
The restrictions do not affect you if you immediately continue your travel to Northern Ireland after your arrival in the republic. However there may be certain restrictions in Northern Ireland for your country as well. [more...]

Please keep an eye on reputable sources for any updates.
- the website of the National Health System HSE
- the national radio/TV station RTE

All the accommodation listed in this directory is open on a limited basis and subject to government regulation and HSE guidelines.

Cleaning - Welcoming - Caring

We take the utmost care to ensure your stay with us is safe, clean and comfortable.

Our measures in the B&Bs include:

- Rigorous cleaning and sanitisation of guest rooms.
- Frequent sanitisation of high-contact points, such as door handles, TV remote controls, reception counters and rooms, especially bathrooms.
- Provision of Hand sanitation.
- Subject to availability, Infrared thermometers, Face masks and gloves for our guests.
- Spacing of guests in the breakfast and common rooms in accordance with WHO and HSE guidelines.
- We conduct daily meetings with our employees to review any relevant situation and to advise them on appropriate measures to observe.

The hosts/housekeepers of your self catering accommodation are committed to

- rigorously clean and sanitise the house/apartment before you move in. This inludes the sanitisation of high-contact points, such as door handles, TV remote controls, WiFi devices and Bins.
- Subject to availability, Hand sanitizers, Face masks and gloves are provided

We welcome our guests with the same warmth and hospitality we have always done. While the COVID-19 outbreak is a precipitously changing and fluid situation, we are committed to keeping you informed and to care for you.
We look forward to welcoming you!

Keep in mind:

- Wash your hands properly and often
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when you cough and sneeze
- Put used tissues into a bin and wash your hands
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
- Avoid close contact with people who are not well
- Keep your "social distance" to others

- Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.

HSE Helpline 1850 24 1850 or 00353 41 6850300

Daily 8-8, Saturday & Sunday 10-5

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