When staying in one of our cottages around Skibbereen, you are never far from somewhere super to eat and drink. Opening times vary from month to month so call to check.
Bridge Street, Skibbereen. Tel: 028 23625
The Church Restaurant is located in the heart of Skibbereen Town in West Cork. Steeped in history, it was originally a Methodist Church from 1833 to 2003. The Church Restaurant is open several days a week (call to check or visit www.thechurchrestaurant.ie) serving a variety of locally sourced produce.
North Street, Skibbereen. Tel: 028 40090
Contemporary restaurant in a stylish riverside location with a sunny terrace for outdoor dining. Mainly brunch and lunch. Serving great, seasonal West Cork food. Special dietary requirements catered for.
The Eldon Hotel.
Bridge st. Skibbereen Tel. 028 22802.
Historic hotel. Serving local, delightful food with a great friendly service. Breakfast, lunch dinner 7 days a week
Kennedy Restaurant, West Cork Hotel, Ilen St, Skibbereen. Tel: 028 21277
“Enjoy a drink on the old railway bridge, our unique terrace, and sample some of West Corks finest local produce from our carefully created menus.
Annie Mays, Bridge Street, Skibbereen. Tel. 028 22930
Good pub food, daily specials.
The Dock Wall, Union Hall. 087 330 7277.
One of our favourites. On the water in Union Hall. 10 minutes drive from Skibb but worth the journey
Mary Ann’s, Castletownshend. Tel: 028 36146
Something of an institution. A lovely pub in the quaint village of Castletownshend. You can choose between the restaurant upstairs with the full menu or eat in the bar. Our recommendation is the bar restaurant. Booking essential.
North Street, Skibbereen. Tel: 028 21515
Kalbo’s Café is a small intimate café in the heart of Skibbereen serving great food all made in house and sourced locally. Also at Skibbereen Farmers Market every Saturday