Booking Your 2021 Holiday


Updated October 2020.

Dear Holidaymakers,

This year has been a challenge, but, despite the difficulties, we’re pleased to say that our holiday parks were able to open for the summer season and that our on-park teams were able to safely welcome over 115,000 holidaymakers for a much-needed getaway in the great outdoors. However, we are aware that, sadly, many of our Irish holidaymakers were prevented from staying with Siblu this year due to travel restrictions.

If you were among those who had to cancel your holiday this year you will have received a voucher equal to the amount paid for your 2020 holiday which you can use towards your 2021 stay with Siblu. 

  • I had to cancel my 2020 holiday, how do I book for 2021 using my voucher?

With our 2021 prices now available, you can redeem your voucher and book in for your 2021 holiday. However, please remember that you will need to book over the phone if you are booking with a voucher. One of our friendly team may have already contacted you to help you book by telephone. If not, you can give us a ring on: 015 268 658. 
If you book before the 22nd of November you will also be able to benefit from the reduced prices of our early bird offer

    • What steps is Siblu taking to keep holidaymakers safe on-park?

    Your health and safety remains our top priority. In 2020 we have been working hard to put in place a range of safety measures, including new cleaning procedures for your mobile home, a contactless check in process, and socially-distanced entertainment.

    Rest assured that we aim to implement and improve our health and safety procedures into 2021 and for as long as COVID-19 remains in circulation. More information will become available nearer the time on our Peace of Mind page

    • What else can I do to keep updated?

    Here are a few useful links to keep coming back to. We particularly recommend you keep up to date with the latest travel advice from the DFA.

    We can't wait to finally welcome you back to our Siblu parks in France and the Netherlands again next year.