What Makes Us Different

We pride ourselves on being the friendliest remote hub you’ll find in west Cork! We’re not yet open a year and despite the pandemic have
already amassed a loyal following with our family growing every week.
We are also a community-based social enterprise (unlike most other hubs
in west Cork). This means that any funds generated will be reinvested
back into the community.

Meet Caoimhe, one of our regular clients who takes you on a virtual tour of Bantry Bayworks.

https://youtu.be/nhhKPbkKkrY

As Caoimhe highlights above, as well as having all the standard offerings you’d expect from a remote hub (great Wi-Fi, generous and comfortable desk space, opportunity for private spaces, fully Covid compliant, etc), we offer much more that you might not expect

  • Stunning views over Bantry Bay, with the popular Béicín waterside walkway just minutes away
  • Flexible entry to the hub from 8am to 8pm, 6 days a week and with prior notice, 7 days a week. You’ll be given a code for entry on booking and are free to come and go as you please.
  • One of Cork’s newest SuperValu stores downstairs, complete with café and other refreshments.
  • Free parking for up to 200 cars
  • Charge point for electric car owners
  • A short walk to the vibrant town of Bantry, with its many cafés, restaurants and shops.

Desks are available for just €20 a day with discounts available to those block booking and to students.  Minimum booking is half a day (4 hours) at €10.  

Who is Bantry Bayworks for?

Anyone looking for a modern office space, with plenty of natural light, whether it’s for half a day or half a year. 

You might be holidaying in the area or looking to relocate to this beautiful part of the world, or simply after a change in scene from the home office a few hours a week.  Or perhaps you’re a student looking for some peace and quiet coming up to exams.  Whatever your circumstances we can help.  

Bantry is the perfect escape from city life.  With a wide variety of shops, cafés, restaurants and bars, as well as all manner of seaside and wildlife activities to enjoy, you’ll miss nothing of city life but the stress.  And being just over an hour’s drive to Cork airport and the city, it’s never been easier to enjoy the best of both worlds.

Where to find us?

We’re located just above the new SuperValu store in Bantry.  Free parking is available for guests in the outside car park.  

Bantry Bayworks
O’Keeffe’s SuperValu
Harbour View
Bantry
Co Cork
P75 WN53

Inside the store, take the lift to the first floor and you’ll see the entrance just in front of you to the left (beside the car park). There is space for up to 200 cars and also our electric car owners will have full access to the charging point.



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We are hugely grateful for the support offered by O’Keefe’s SuperValu, who are allowing us this space at no charge, in order that we can offer the best value for money to our clients, and in doing so help the development of Bantry town.

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