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Activities (+more in following pages or on Baltimore & the Isles Brochure)

Aquaventures Diving Centre - (028) 20511

Atlantic Boating Services - (028) 22145/22734 mobile 087 235 1485

Atlantic Sea Kayaking – (028) 21058

Baltimore Sea Safari – 087 2409761

Tours on the Cailin Oir – 086 3465110

Whale Watch – 086 1200027
Golfing: Skibbereen Golf Club - (028) 21227 Special green fee for residents, please ask reception

Cycling:       Roycrofts Cycle Hire - (028) 21235 - Cycles can be hired daily, weekly. They are fully insured and can be delivered to you at the hotel, but you must reserve at least the day before. Daily rental is €17.90/ day/bike. Return delivery: €5.         
                    Cycle West Cork Bicycle rentals 0873921894.- Bikes can be dropped and collected from your accommodation. Prices from €20/day/ bike

Baltimore Sailing Club - (028) 20426

Sea Angling: ‘Rooster’ Nick Dent -                          086 8240642  

                        Barnes, Colin                                    087 36832

                        Pat Collins                                        086 3014971

Swimming Pool: Our Guest may have free access to Baltimore Community Leisure centre. Opening hours: Please call 028 20622    

Yacht Charter:       Baltimore Yacht Charter 028 20160

                              Rossbrin Yacht Charters, Schull - (028) 31765


Ambulance (028) 21677


ATM Machine

There is an ATM machine located at Gala Shop, in the village.






Baby Listening Service

 Lift handset, dial *88 on your room phone, and leave the handset off the hook. From any other phone in the building dial room number and listen.


Baby Sitting Service

Please let us know as soon as possible if you would like to arrange a babysitter during your stay. We cannot guarantee this service so please contact the Reception to avoid disappointment.


They are located at Skibbereen but an ATM machine is available in store of Gala shop in Baltimore


Bus Eireann

Buses available from Baltimore to Skibbereen. Time table further in this book

(01) 836 1111


Served Between 8.00am - 10am daily in our main restaurant.

An earlier Continental Breakfast may be arranged if required.

Please ask at Reception.

All our breakfasts are served with Toasts, Home made Brown Bread, Tea or Coffee Orange Juice, Cereals, Cheeses, Natural Yoghurt, Fresh Fruit and a cooked breakfast of your choice.


Car Park

Car park available at the front and the back of the hotel, free of charge.


Check Out Time

Checkout time is 12 noon. Should you need to depart after this time, we will be more than happy to place your luggage in our luggage room for storage until you depart


Church Services

Catholic Masses take place at the Rathmore Church, about 5 minutes drive form the hotel.

7.30pm every Saturday evening                              10.15am every Sunday

10.15 am on some Weekdays

St. Matthew's, Church of Ireland, Tullagh (Baltimore)

Service on Sunday and times as follow

Winter:        closed - September to May.      

Summer - June to August incl.: 9.30:    Holy Communion 2nd, 4th and 5th.

Summer - June to August incl. 9.30:     Morning Prayer 1st and 3rd.





Located in Skibbereen

(028) 23456/21765/21421

After 5pm, call 1850 335 999



Located in Skibbereen

(028) 21197/21690


DVD Player

A DVD player is available at reception and DVD movies can be hired at the local shop in Baltimore. Please ask reception for details.



On occasional Saturday nights, please ask reception for more details



Fiddle fair: 4 days in Mid May
Wooden Boat & Seafood Festival: Last weekend in May

Walking Talking on Cape Clear: in May

Baltimore Pirate Weekend:  3rd weekend in June

Open Ear Electronic Fest Sherkin: in June

O’Driscoll Clan Gathering: Last weekend in June
Sherkin Regatta: 3rd weekend of July

Regatta Week: August Bank Holiday

Sea Angling Competition: Last week of August

Cape Clear Story telling: 1st weekend in September

A taste of West Cork Food Festival : mid September




Ferry Services:

To Cape Clear: Cailin Oir:                                       086 343 5110

Cailin Oir does Cape Clear to Schull (July & August)

To Sherkin Island -                                                          (028) 20218 / 087 9117377      

To Heir Island:                                                      086 8092447

Ten Island Tours & Ilen River Cruise (July & August) 087 2638470

Please ask at reception for time tables.


Fire Brigade (028) 21345




Garda (028) 21088/ 20102


Guests Amenities

All these items listed below are available at the reception.

 Shaving kit - Shower cap – Shoe polishers- Mending Kit- Tooth brush & tooth paste



Internet Access

Free wi fi access in hotel, bar and lounge.

Network:     Caseys_of_Baltimore
Password:    cobhotels

If you stay in our Baltimore Tonhouse: password: bta12345



Iron and ironing board available at the reception on request if not in your room.



Carol: 028 20584. Located at Baltimore



Laundry Service Facilities

Laundry facilities available in our hotel. Please contact reception.

€10.00 per wash



Served from 12.30pm until 2.30pm in our restaurant or in the bar or all day during weekends or summer months




Places of Interest

Baltimore Beacon: Beautiful views of the Baltimore Harbour, Sherkin Island and the Atlantic Ocean.        

Sherkin Island for beautiful beaches and quiet walks. Ferries from Baltimore (See at Ferry)

Cape Clear Island for Birds Watching and beautiful views. Ferries from Baltimore (see at Ferry)

The Glebe Gardens & Gallery in Baltimore: open from May to end of September

Lough Ine: Natural Sea Water Lake with woods all around, ideal for walks and you can climb Lough Ine hill on a path-way through the woods. From the top, you have a 25 Miles view of the country side.

Heir Island for Beaches and quiet walks. Ferry summer time only from Baltimore

Spain Tower: Nice walk through the country side and nice views, please note you will be on private land without the owner permission and no responsibility will be accepted if an accident occurs.

Skibbereen Heritage Centre: Great Famine Commemoration Exhibition and Lough Ine Visitor Centre.
Garnish Island Italian Gardens at Glengariff

 O’Driscoll Castles at Baltimore, Sherkin, Cape Clear, Old Court and Lough Ine
RNLI Lifeboat Centre at Baltimore

Clonakilty Model Railway Village
Bantry House

Lissard Estate & Gardens

Inisbeg House and Gardens

Arigideen Valley Heritage Park: in Clonakilty with its Michael Collins Evening

Kilravock Garden

Ceim Hill Museum at Union Hall

Mizen Head: take the N71 to Ballydehob and on to Schull, Goleen and Crookhaven with its beautiful Beaches. Then on to Mizen Head, where you can visit the Mizen Vision Centre which gives a history of Ship Wrecks of the area and life on Irish Lighhouses.

Fastnet Lighthouse: Ferries from Baltimore and Schull when weather permitting, Summer time only.

Schull Planetarium       Glandore Stone Circle            Castletownsend

Model Railway Village Clonakilty

Ring of Beara :go to Glengariff and then to Castletownbere and on to Dursey Head from where you can go to Dursey Island by Cable car then on to Ardgroom and Kenmare returning via Glengariff.



Post office:

The post office is Located in Skibberen.

Stamps are available in Gala Shop in Baltimore

General post office number: (01) 705 7000




Our reception is opened from 8am until 11pm

To call reception from your room, please dial either 11. (for rooms in the hotel, cottage or Lodge)



Lunch: Served 12.30pm - 2.30pm

Dinner: Served at 6.30pm - 9pm

Allowance time per table: 1.30 hours

Guests with special Dietary needs, please advise Reception & Waiting Staff,

And we will endeavour to cater for same, if possible.

To avoid disappointment, we would advise that you reserve your table before 2pm.

Please note that if you wish to charge drinks and foods on your room number, docket orders would have to be signed.

Thank you for your cooperation.


River Angling

River Ilen open February - September

To have more info or to buy a license, please visit https://fishinginireland.info/



Room Heating

Room Heating is thermostatically controlled (automatically) by the Temperature censors in your room. Manual control may be achieved by adjusting the right hand radiator control valve. But for any assistance, please contact reception.

Room Service (served from 12.30pm to 9pm)

Home-made Soup of the Day with Brown Bread                                 €5.90

Seafood Chowder with Brown Bread                                                   €7.95

Feta Cheese Salad  with Brown Bread                                                 €9.75

Home-made Fries                                                                               €3.50

Traditional Fish & Chips (Home-made) (Tartar Sauce)                         €16.60

Chunky Roast Beef Sandwich on our own bread with Horseradish sauce                  €5.95

Toasted Special (Ham, Cheese, Tomato, & Onion)                              €6.80


Home made Desserts:                                                                                           

Casey's of Baltimore Cheese Cake                                                        €6.20

Cinnamon Apple cake with Cream or Ice Cream                                  €5.95





A safe is provided at reception for your security and peace of mind, free of charge.

The hotel cannot be held responsible for valuables left unattended in the guest bedroom.




There is one shop in Baltimore called Gala shop, which sells stamps and has an ATM machine service in store.

The shop opens 9.30am to 9pm from Mon-Sat and 10am-8pm on Sun.

All other shops are located in Skibbereen.



As our hotel is a small hotel, we will ask our guests to refrain from smoking in their room.

A nice smoking area is located at the top bar.

Sorry for the inconvenience.






To get an outside line - Lift handset, dial 0 then the number you want to call.

International Code is 00. For an international call, drop the 0 form your area

To call Reception - Lift handset, dial 12 or 11

A local phone call will cost €0.80 per unit


Television  (room 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34)

On the remote control press:             

Number  1 :         R.T.E 1

Number  2:          R.T.E 2

Number  3:          Virgin Media 1

Number  4:          TG 4           Irish Language TV Station

Number  5:          Virgin Media 2

Number  6:          Virgin Media 3      

Number  7:          RTE Junior

Number  11:        RTE One +1
Number  12:        RTE Two +1

Number  21:        RTE News Now

Number 200:       RTE Radio 1

Number 201:       RTE Radio 1 Extra

Number 202:       RTE 2 FM

Number 203:       RTE Lyric

Number 208:       RTE Gold

From 300 upwards, Satellite Channels


Please note: please Do not press the Menu/Settings function key on your remote.


Number 301:         BBC1 NI

Number 302:         BBC2

Number:304          ITV

Number 372:         BBC News

Number 377:         CNN

Number 381           Sky News

Number 382:         BBC News

Number 417:         BBC London


Taxi Service

 If you need to attend an event, please book your taxi in advance as services won't be available if booked too late

Dolphin Taxi:                 (028) 23323
Jeanne Hegarty                086 8346396

JP Taxis                          086 1212999

Declan Coakley               086 8835725                           



Nearest train station is Cork City

(01) 836 6222


Wake up call

To receive a wakeup call, dial *46 then dial the time you want the call at in 24hr format e.g. 8.20 am would be * 46 0820.



Walking brochure for Baltimore and around Baltimore is available at Reception.



For tea/ coffee making, or for chilled drinking water, a spring water supply is available near the fire escape door on the ground floor



Free wi fi access in hotel, bar and lounge.

Network:     caseys_of_baltimore
Password:    cobhotels

For the Townhouse: bta12345







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Loved our stay here, beautiful beers brewed on site as well. The food was fantastic, with the breakfast being a big highlight, I'll be dreaming of those scones for a while to come ��

Eoin Lynch -

Just back from a wonder 2night stay at Casey's of Baltimore! Everything about Casey's was wonderful from the moment we stepped through the door to leaving!! Room was spotlessly clean, bathroom looked brand new & spacious. Breakfast both mornings was 10 out of 10. Ate dinner both nights in the hotel fish(haddock)& chips with side salad absolutely gorgeous so much so I had it again on the second night. Staff were very attentive polite & very efficient. Highly recommended staying here!! Thanks to you all at Casey's hopefully we'll be back again!

Olga Gardner -

Absolutely a lovely family run hotel. Have stayed here twice in the past six and both great experiences. I very much enjoyed the breakfast. Fresh orange juice, cheeses + ham and smoked mackerel, very tasty. They also have a mirror brewery and the 'Sherkin Lass' is ��

Brian C -

We love this place, it’s the nicest to stay in the area. We had a room in the lodge which was spacious, bright, like new , very quiet and absolutely spotless. The food is fantastic- from the complimentary scones and huge breakfast to the top notch sea food options for lunch and dinner. The staff is super friendly and welcoming. It’s just great to spend the evening in the bar and chat to the locals. The in-house brewery is worth a tour and Terra is a very passionate and knowledgeable brewer who will answer all your questions. We also got to try the different beers. Overall a fantastic stay and we can’t wait to come back again soon!

D E -

We had a terrific meal here on a visit to Baltimore. The food was fresh and tasted home made. The fish pie was fantastic and the stew was wonderful. The staff were very nice, friendly and personable.

Aisling O'Callaghan -

Stayed there with two friends on the 3rd May, beautiful room, amazing staff and an amazing breakfast, the best I have ever had, hot food, hot plates, will definitely be going back.

Noirin Buckley -

Whether it's a contemporary wedding, blessings or a civil ceremony, you can relax in the knowledge that your wedding will run smoothly.

Alex Rey - Cork

Thank you all so much for a wonderful stay! It couldn't have been more fantastic. The rooms, food and accommodations were lovely. We are planning our O'Driscoll family stay for next year with you!

Paul o’Driscoll - Mayo, Ireland

Stayed a night, it was so good we stayed another. The place is fantastic, cosy, warm. And the staff are great, welcoming and helpful. Food is some of the best food we have tasted on our trip so far. 

Paul C -

Walking home after our meal and sampling the home brew from the on-site West Cork Brewery was just what we needed as we were comfortably stuffed with the large, delicious portions of the freshest seafood around, not to mention the home brew..

Mary B -

Crab and prawn starter was very tasty and four of us had tempura of prawn starter as a main course. This was generous in size and really well cooked. 

Mark W -

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