Stay & Spend

Irish Government Tax Incentive


We are delighted to announce that we are a participating business and are listed on the Revenue’s list of ‘Qualifying Service Providers’ for the Irish Government Stay & Spend Tax Incentive Scheme. This means, that when you book your break and/or eat with us you are entitled to claim expenses.

This scheme will provide a maximum of €125 in income tax credits to tax-payers who spend up to €625 in scheme registered restaurants, pubs, hotels, B&B's and other qualifying businesses from October 1st 2020 up until April 30th 2021. This amount will be doubled for jointly assessed couples, who can receive a credit up to €250.
Under the terms of the incentive: •
  • You must spend a minimum of €25 in a single transaction on qualifying expenditure and submit the receipt to Revenue (we will provide you with receipts throughout your stay that you can keep for this).
  • You can submit receipts up to a total of €625, or €1,250 for a jointly assessed married couple
  • Revenue will provide an income tax credit of up to €125 per person, or up to €250 for a jointly assessed married couple
You can claim expenses on:
  • Fáilte Ireland registered accommodation – which means that your stay in our hotel qualifies for this scheme when you book directly with us on this website.
  • Food and non-alcoholic drink – served in a café, restaurant, hotel – – which means that your food and non-alcoholic beverage purchased in our hotel qualifies for this scheme
  • You cannot claim expenses on takeaway food, alcoholic drinks, drinks (either alcoholic or non-alcoholic) served without food or amounts below €25, so you can add everything to your room bill and we can give you a receipt at the end of your stay, or you can pay per transaction and keep your individual receipts.
You must have receipts to prove your claim for Stay and Spend expenses.
For more information you can visit the Dept of Revenue website



Maam Cross,
Co. Galway


+353 (0)91 552 306



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