Registration and Grading

National Quality Assurance Framework Register of accommodation 2023

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Registration and Grading

Fáilte Ireland’s Short Term Tourist Letting Register

On March 22nd 2023, the European Commission extended the standstill period on the enactment of the proposed Short Term Tourist Letting Bill until the 22nd December 2023. The Department of Tourism Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media working with Fáilte Ireland will now examine the communication from the European Commission and engage with stakeholders on next steps. The Short Term Tourist Letting Register will be launched on enactment of the legislation.
We continue to advise all property owners who may be unsure of their statutory obligations to obtain any clarification necessary to ensure their statutory requirements are being met.
When launched, this national online registration system will require all property owners who offer short term tourist lettings to register their property/properties annually.
Please see the Short Term Tourist Letting Register page for further details on the Register. Please note, information on this page is based on the current draft of the legislation. Should there be any changes in the draft legislation, the information provided will be amended accordingly. Additionally, Fáilte Ireland will communicate further details in advance of the launch. Please check back as this page will continue to be updated.

National Quality Assurance Framework (NQAF)

The National Quality Assurance Framework (NQAF) aims to provide consumers with easily identifiable symbols and standards of service that they can trust. Working with you, we will ensure that those standards meet consumer expectations, help your marketing efforts, and support your product development.

Find all the information you need to apply for, or maintain approval for your business, as well as additional documents and useful links relevant to your sector.

Tourist Traffic Acts 1939–2016

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See which sectors apply to the Tourist Traffic Acts 1939–2016 under Irish Law.


Learn more about the Tourist Traffic Acts