Stay and Spend Scheme
Stay and Spend at the 4 star Anner Hotel, Thurles
The Anner Hotel is delighted to be part of the Irish Governments new "Stay and Spend" Scheme.
The Stay and Save scheme provides a maximum of €125 in income tax credits to tax-payers who spend up to €625 in restaurants, pubs, hotels, and other qualifying businesses.
Customers can spend on bills and claim back 20% of their bill in tax credits. It equates to €20 back for every €100 spent. A single person can claim up to €125, while a couple can claim up to €250 back under the scheme.
The scheme comes into effect from October 1 2020 and will be in place through to April 30 2021 - including over the Christmas period.
You do not need to be on a ‘staycation’ to avail of the scheme and can claim for expenses you paid in your local area e.g. for dining, once that business meets the criteria.
Why not #makeabreakforit, open your heart to new adventures and visit Tipperary this Autumn / Winter 2020 and Spring 2021.
Find out a little more about the Anner Hotel below:
The Anner Hotel is located on the outskirts of Thurles Co. Tipperary and is perfect when looking for a Heritage Staycation Break in Ireland. Thurles a picturesque town steeped in history and culture situated in the heart of Tipperary. The M8 motor way connection between Dublin and Cork can be reached within a 6 minute drive of the hotel making us within 80 minutes drive to Dublin, Cork and Shannon Airport.
With amazing facilities at the hotel and something for all the family to enjoy from complimentary use of our Leisure Club with Swimming Pool to Afternoon Tea is the perfect choice for a relaxing break away. For the more adventurous or the explorers there is an abundance of local attractions in Tipperary.
Tipperary seems to have been at one time a county that was the hub of ancient architecture as it is now littered with castles and ancient buildings from the medieval and Celtic collection of ruins at the Rock of Cashel which have sweeping pastoral views to Cahir Castle which is an imposing 12th-century fortress sitting on an island in the River Suir.