Campers & Glampers

An Exciting Adventure

Get Away From It All

Our Glamping and Camping sites are situated on a waterfront location on Roaringwater Bay’s Special Area of Conservation.

Wake up in the morning to the sound of the waves lapping on the shore where it is common to see Dolphins, Seals and otters as well as a vast array of Sea Birds.

We have a Camp Kitchen and Dining area for you if the weather doesn’t allow you to cook outside at one of our BBQ. Watch the most beautiful sunsets over Mount Gabriel and Mizen Head while you sit around the campfire. 3 spectacular sandy beaches all within 500m.


Family Tent

Our 6 metre Family Bell Tent can sleep a family of 4 with one double bed and two single beds and a lounge space for relaxing. With a shared self catering kitchen and showering and toilet facilities. Glamp in comfort as close to the ocean as you can get!

5 metre couples Bell Tent

Perfect for a romantic getaway, our 5m couples bell tent has a comfortable queen double and lounge area. Great private location set adjacent to Roaringwater Bay’s Special Area of Conservation! Wake up next to the sound of the ocean set amongst the wildness and beauty of Sherkin Island


Self Catering Facilities

No need to bring your camp kitchen, cook up a storm in our well equipped Camp kitchen. Buy some produce from the Farmers Market to get a true taste of the island!

BBQ Area

When the sun is setting over Roaringwater bay at Sherkin North Shore it is really hard to beat cooking your dinner outside while taking in the beauty around you at our custom built bbq area


Waterfront campsite with bbq area, self catering kitchen, hot showers and bathroom facilities. Wake up to Otters and Seals fishing or if you re lucky a pod of dolphins.

Activities nearby

  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Hiking
  • Farmers Market
  • Sailing
  • Diving
  • Sea Kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Art Galleries


‘Beautiful and peaceful location with amazing sunsets within a short walking distance of two spectacular sandy beaches, perfect location for a Glampsite’ Denis 2019