Trident Holiday Homes Cancellation Policy

In light of the developing Covid-19 situation we would like to reconfirm our cancelation policy regarding Covid-19:

No travel restrictions in place – if you wish to cancel a booking because you are concerned about Covid-19 or perhaps someone in your group is self-isolating or sick then this is treated as a normal cancellation, the following is applicable in this event:

8 - 4 weeks before date of arrival: in all cases the Booking Fee is non-refundable, 50% of the total booking value is withheld plus a €49 administration fee.

4 - 2 weeks before date of arrival: in all cases the €49 Booking Fee is non-refundable, 75% of the total booking value is withheld plus a €49 administration fee.

Less than 2 weeks before arrival date: in all cases the €49 Booking Fee is non-refundable and 100% of the total booking value is withheld plus a €49 administration fee.

As a gesture of goodwill if we resell the date you wish to cancel then we will give you a partial refund less the Booking Fee paid. The partial refund will dependent on the rate we achieve for the same period you wish to cancel.

Cancellation Policy in the Event of a County or National Travel Ban

In the event of travel restrictions due to Government directive – in the event of a county or national travel ban and as per our terms and conditions this will be treated as ‘Force Majeure’. Therefore, if Trident Holiday Homes is forced to curtail, alter or cancel a holiday, we will allow you to carry forward amounts paid for accommodation (excluding the €49 Booking Fee) to another holiday taken at the same location within 12 months of your initial booking. We will also waive 50% of the applicable Booking Fee on any new booking.

The client shall not be at liberty to maintain a claim for compensation or otherwise arising as a consequence of the said curtailment, alteration or cancellation of the holiday.

The policies outlined above are the same under which you booked your initial holiday, and as such there has been no change in these. To read more about the above-mentioned please refer to our terms & conditions by clicking here.

We thought it would be helpful to outline our policies in the event that this is not the case. We hope you and your loved ones continue to remain safe and well, thank you for your understanding.

Covid-19 Holiday Home Voucher

If you were impacted by restrictions and received a Trident Holiday Homes Covid-19 holiday home voucher now would be the perfect time to rebook your next self-catering holiday. We would love to give you the opportunity to rebook your holiday before your selected holiday home is fully booked. Plan ahead and book your 2022 picture holiday cottage today.

If you wish to rebook, please contact us on 01 201 8440, or at reservations@tridentholidayhomes.ie

We look forward to welcoming you to a Trident Holiday Home in the near future.

Irish Owned & Managed since 1986

Self Catering Holiday Homes & Cottages in Galway


County Galway, in the West of Ireland is an area of stunning scenery, framed by the sea all along the Wild Atlantic Way, and the craggy peaks of the Twelve Bens rising high above the purple hills, bog lands and lakes of Connemara.

Its eastern areas feature rolling farmland plains and to the west are the raised bog, heathered hills, lakes and mountains of Connemara. Crossed by trails, Connemara National Park has prehistoric megalithic tombs. The park shelters a herd of Connemara ponies, as well as rich birdlife.

Lough Corrib and Lough Mask, has been luring fishermen for generations for fishing and angling holidays. Artists and photographers are drawn by the constantly changing landscape and light. The remoteness and sheer beauty of the county, contrasts with the vibrancy of the lively University City of Galway, famous for its arts and cultural heritage, festivals, restaurants and lively pubs – a much loved holiday destination for families or groups.

Galway City, a harbour city on Ireland’s west coast, sits where the River Corrib meets the Atlantic Ocean. The city’s hub is 18th-century Eyre Square, a popular meeting spot surrounded by shops and traditional pubs that often offer live Irish folk music. Nearby, stone-clad cafes, boutiques and art galleries line the winding lanes of the Latin Quarter, which retains portions of the medieval city walls.

There is always something happening in Galway no matter what the season. In July the city hosts a Film & Arts Festival and the famous Galway Races.

Visits to the Aran Islands bring the celtic traditions of the West to life, easily done by ferry or plane from Rossaveal or Inverin.

Families and groups will love the choice of holiday destinations such as Ballyconneely, Oranmore, Roundstone, Clifden and Connemara, all offering different types of holidays, all with their own charm.

Our self catering accommodation in Galway offers visitors an ideal base to explore either the wild and beautiful coast of Connemara, or the bustling university city of Galway, it is also within easy reach of Co. Clare and the Burren Region.

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