Our 'COVID Booking Guarantee'
It is already a very stressful time for couples planning a destination wedding or vow renewal in Ireland. For this reason we are offering a 'COVID Booking Guarantee' on all existing and new bookings.
If for any reason (not just a pandemic) you can not travel to Ireland for your wedding or vow renewal all payments received can be transferred over to a new available date of your choosing. No fees will be charged for rescheduling and there is no limit on the number of times this can be done.
Also, the wedding/vow renewal package you booked will not increase in price regardless of the year it's rescheduled for.
COVID-19 Travel Updates
With so many guidelines, rules & restrictions regarding traveling to Ireland during the COVID-19 pandemic it can easily become very confusing. To help, we've listed the main and most up-to-date government advice below.
Passenger Locator Form
Passengers arriving to Ireland from overseas are required to complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form.
The information you provide may be used to contact you to verify the details given on the form and to provide you with public health advice.
This form may also be used for the purposes of contact tracing in relation to confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19.
The 'Passenger Locator Form' must be completed before your arrival in Ireland and can be done so by clicking here.
COVID-19 Requirements for Travelling to Ireland
All passengers arriving in Ireland are required to have evidence of a not-detected/negative PCR test taken up to 72 hours prior to arrival into Ireland. You will be required to produce this evidence to Immigration Officers on arrival at points of entry to the State.
You will then be required to self-isolate for 14 days. However, another COVID-19 PCR test can be taken on DAY 5 and if this is negative you will no longer have to self-isolate. The cost of this test is currently set at €99 with a guaranteed next day result.
General Public Health Advice
Whilst in Ireland you will be required to follow public health advice. You should:
- Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly - especially after you have been out and about or in and out of other people's homes or businesses
- Observe good cough and sneeze etiquette
- Maintain social distancing - keep 2 meters apart from other people
- Wear a face covering (all indoor settings)
All travellers should be aware of the symptoms of COVID-19. The common symptoms are:
- A fever (high temperature of 38°C/100°F or above)
- A cough - this can be any kind of cough, not just dry
- Shortness of breath or breathing difficulties
- Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
If you develop any of the above symptoms whilst in Ireland you should immediately self-isolate and contact HSE Live on 1850 24 1850