With the restrictions to ease on April 12th, a lot more people are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel…
This hope was represented through the recent uptake in bookings for Staycations across County Wexford.
Tim Fenn of the Irish Hotels Federation highlighted how Wexford is one county in Ireland that has seen a rise in hotel bookings for the summer months:
“Staycations were a real positive last summer, and we expect booking levels to continue to rise over the coming weeks. Not surprisingly, as indicated by our latest survey, we would expect to see stronger demand in coastal areas, popular tourism destinations and hotels offering packages and facilities for families.
“We are seeing an uplift in traditional holiday destinations such as Cork, Kerry and Wexford. However, we would encourage people to explore all parts across the country, as they did last year. There is excellent value available. Guests should contact hotels directly to find out what special offers are available and shop around,” Fenn told breakingnews.ie.
Tourists may not be able to go to Corfu, but Curracloe will do!
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