Orkney offers an incredible range of self-catering accommodation to suit all budgets, with town centre apartments to renovated barns.
Enjoy the advantages of self-catering - stay in your ideal home with living areas and kitchen, cook up your own meals using a variety of tasty local produce or head out to a selection of cafés, pubs and restaurants.
Use the detailed information to organise an island holiday with self-catering in Orkney.
Traditional stone built cottage located in the beautiful tranquil village of the Palace, Birsay. Situated right next to the ruins of the 16th century Earls Palace and opposite the St. Magnus Church used for worship for over 900 years.
Converted stone barn in rural location next to the coast with views over the Pentland Firth. Vaulted ceiling lounge, modern and well equipped kitchen. Abundance of wildlife including birds & seals. Ideal for relaxing and cliff walks.
Quiet secluded modernised one roomed traditional stone cottage with woodburning stove and built in box bed. 5 metres from the sea looking south over Scapa Flow with stunning views and the Hoy hills in the distance.
Exceptional views, exceptional quality self catering in beautifully renovated, spacious historic stone barns. Peat fires, flag floors and traditional features combined with every modern comfort, whirlpool bath all bedrooms en-suite.
Braehead Farm is situated on a hill overlooking Scapa Flow, the Hoy Hills, and the town of Stromness. It is perfectly located to watch the MV Hamnavoe arriving and departing from the Stromness Harbour.