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We offer self-catering accommodation and packages for all. The whole centre/rooms can be hired for meetings, classes, parties weddings etc.

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Hostel & Self-Catering Accommodation in County Sligo

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4/6/2021 - COVID-19 UPDATE

Following measures under the Irish Government's Resilience and Recovery: The Path Ahead plan, we have re-opened The Benwiskin Centre Hostel.


GOOD TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BOOK!!!

  • In accordance with Government guidelines to minimise transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), this property may request additional documentation from guests to validate identity, travel itinerary and other relevant information, during dates where such guidelines exists.
     
  • Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), please ensure that you are only booking this property following the local Government guidelines of the destination, including but not limited to the purpose of travel, and maximum allowed group size.
     
  • Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), wearing a face mask is mandatory in all indoor common areas.
     
  • It is not possible to stay at this property for Coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine purposes.


If arriving from outside the island of Ireland

  • All guests travelling into Ireland from other countries are asked to comply with Covid-19 travel restrictions within Ireland. For the latest travel advice in Ireland, please visit www.dfa.ie or www.gov.ie


Requirement for a pre-departure COVID-19 Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test

  • If you are arriving into Ireland from overseas or are transiting through an Irish port or airport the current advice is you must have a negative/‘not detected’ result from a pre-departure COVID-19 Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test carried out no more than 72 hours prior to your arrival in Ireland. Antigen or other test types do not meet the requirements.
  • You will be asked to show evidence of this negative or 'not detected' result before boarding the airplane or ferry from the country you are travelling from and will be denied boarding if you cannot produce such evidence. Once you arrive in Ireland - you have to provide this evidence to Irish immigration officers.
  • You should retain the written confirmation of your test result for at least 14 days.


If you arrive without evidence of a negative or 'not detected' RT-PCR test or a valid exemption, this is an offence

  • You must enter and pay for mandatory quarantine in a hotel until either you receive a negative or ‘not detected’ RT-PCR test result or you have quarantined in the hotel for 10 days


If you arrive into Ireland from overseas and enter via Northern Ireland

  • You must have a negative or 'not detected' RT-PCR test result taken within 72 hours of arrival at the point of entry and retain this test result for 14 days after arrival. It must be shown upon request to a member of An Garda Síochána (the Irish police force).


Post-arrival quarantine requirements for all passengers arriving in Ireland

  • Mandatory quarantine requirements apply to all persons who have been overseas in the 14-days prior to entering Ireland. Arrivals from designated States are subject to mandatory hotel quarantine.


For all others arriving in Ireland from non-designated states:-

  • A 14-day quarantine period must be undertaken at the address specified on the Passenger Locator Form
  • Passengers who travel from another country to Ireland, and arrive via Northern Ireland, must also observe the mandatory quarantine regime
  • You may only leave your place of residence during the quarantine period for unavoidable reasons of an emergency nature to protect a person’s health or welfare, or to leave the State
  • You can end your period of quarantine if you receive written confirmation of a negative or ‘not detected’ RT-PCR test result taken no less than 5 days after arrival. You must retain the written confirmation of your test result for at least 14 days

If you do not fulfil the legal requirement for mandatory quarantine you are committing an offence.

 

 

The Benwiskin Centre Hostel

The Hostel is an ideal base for you, families or groups to explore the North West of Ireland.  It is a 32 bed Holiday Hostel and Self Catering Accommodation Centre in the rural village of Ballintrillick, North Co. Sligo, refurbished and extended in 2019, approx 5 miles from the Coast at Mullaghmore and the Wild Atlantic Way.. Learn more about The Centre...


There are a variety of activities for you to choose from within a short distance from Ballintrillick or click here for details of 'what's on' in Sligo Town and surrounds. 

See our Video below about Ballintrillick Environmental Group Company Limited by Guarantee's (BEG) history and activities that take place at The Benwiskin Centre.


Preserving and enhancing our local environment


The Benwiskin Centre
Hostel & Self-Catering Accommodation
Ballintrillick
Co Sligo
Ireland

Call: 071 91 76721
info@benwiskincentre.com

Open: 9 - 5 Mon to Fri
Out of hours until:10pm daily
+353 (0)87 414 9189

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