Jacks’ Coastguard Restaurant is an Award Winning Restaurant located in the beautiful fishing village of Cromane just minutes off the Ring of Kerry and Wild Atlantic Way.
Our 1866-built coastguard station is set on an idyllic shingle beach nestled in the Atlantic ocean with panoramic views of the the McGillicuddy Reeks, Inch Beach and Rossbeigh Peninsula.
Jacks’ Coastguard Restaurant is steeped in history, originally The Coastguard Station it has dominated the landscape of Cromane since 1866. This historical building was owned by the late Jack Sugrue, who opened its doors as a public bar on the 8th December 1961. Since then Jacks’ Coastguard Restaurant has gone from strength to strength over the last half century evolving from a traditional Irish pub to an award winning seafood restaurant now owned and managed by Brian and Grainne Keary since 2006.
This family run business in it’s unique and stunning location has an exceptional reputation for service and award winning cuisine, with local seafood a specialty but also catering for meat lovers and vegetarian tastes. Jacks’ Coastguard Restaurant has placed itself firmly among one of the must visit restaurants in Kerry just minutes of the Ring of Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way.
Jacks’ Coastguard Cottages are self-catering holiday rentals adjacent to our traditional Station Bar and fine dining restaurant in Cromane just 5 minutes from Killorglin & Glenbeigh just 5 minutes off the Ring of Kerry & Wild Atlantic Way.