Stay & Eat
Sherkin Island can cater
Please call in advance of your visit to check opening times due to COVID19.
Sherkin North Shore
At the most southerly point of Ireland’s beautiful Wild Atlantic Way, Kathy and Mike O’Connor welcome guests at Sherkin North Shore, where they can accommodate up to 42 guests and provide delicious and nutritious meals. The centre provides an ideal coastal location for trainings in yoga, art, mindfulness, team building, and a full range of group activities. Located off Baltimore in West Cork, on beautiful Sherkin Island, North Shore provides an excellent opportunity for island living and island learning. Sherkin Island, off Baltimore, Co. Cork
The Jolly Roger
‘The Jolly Roger captures the true essence of an Irish pub with a great atmosphere. It has large south facing windows which give panoramic views of Sherkin Island and Baltimore’s cliffs as well as ocean views. Traditional music available regularly. The bar menu includes a range of light lunches, toasted sandwiches, soups, salads and the famous west cork fish chowder.
Washed down with a variety of craft beers, ciders and gins. A traditional pub, well known for its great music and a good pint. It is beautifully situated overlooking Baltimore harbour and serves bar food.
Open everyday at 3.30pm, closed on Wednesdays.
Sherkin House (Temporarily Closed)
Sherkin House is the ideal location for a short break, away for the hustle and bustle of the mainland. There are 21 en suite bedrooms, most with a stunning view of Baltimore Harbour. You can easily use Sherkin House as a relaxed setting to experience the tranquil setting of Sherkin Island, while sampling our locally sourced menu in Sherkin House Bar
The Sherkin island guide
Welcome to Sherkin Island! The ancestral home of the O’Driscoll clan is the most accessible island in Ireland - only ten minutes by ferry from the fishing port of Baltimore.
The area boasts a wonderful array of landscapes, Atlantic views from the hilltops, fuchsia-scented byways and the finest sandy beaches.
Download our free guide which includes a map and
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