Originally built to house the customs and excise officials who controlled all imports through Baltimore, then a major trading port on the southwestern seaboard.
It has come a long way to it's current incarnation as a restaurant with previous awards from the Michelin Guide, reviews in Georgina Campbells guide and a Five Fork review in The Irish Independent.
This charming period property has lots to offer because it is so versatile; Being sold as a going concern although if one wished it could convert quite easily into a private residence.
There is also a large enclosed yard with rear vehicular access and a kitchen garden, this could be developed further.
The interconnecting dining rooms have a unique relaxed ambience.
Ideally located on the West Cork coastline. Only 150ft from the pier, it is adjacent to the centre of the thriving holiday and sailing village of Baltimore, the main ferry port for Cape Clear and Sherkin islands.
By appointment only