Kenila is ideally situated amongst rolling countryside in Orkney's West Mainland and offers magnificent views over the nearby Harray Loch and the distant hills of Hoy.
Our accommodation comprises of 1 double room with a private bathroom, 1 single and 1 family room, both of which are en suite.
We have a guest lounge with a television where guests can relax after a day's sight seeing, fishing, walking or exploring Orkney's rich and varied past. There is also a dining area with tea and coffee making facilities.
We also offer you a 24 hour laundry service. An iron and ironing board are also available. For the children there are toys inside and an outside play area.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Kenila is easily found from both Kirkwall and Stromness. See 'Getting There By Ferry'.
Getting there by railway:- Scotrail from all Scottish departures to either Thurso or Wick or Aberdeen
Getting there by aeroplane:- British Airways (UK) either from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Wick or Sumburgh (Shetland) to Kirkwall (Orkney).
Getting there by ferry:- If arriving in Orkney by the Northlink ferry Hamnavoe (Stromness route), take the A965 Kirkwall road for approximately six miles, turn left on to the A986 for two miles until you come to Fursbreck pottery on the left. Take the next left turn after the pottery along the Netherbrough Road for 0.75 mile to a sharp bend. Follow the road to the left for 150m then take the first turning right. Kenila is 100m along this road close to the next bend. If arriving by the Northlink Aberdeen to Kirkwall route or by the Short Sea Ferries (John O' Groats to Burwick or Pentland Ferries route) or by aeroplane, follow signs for A965 for Stromness from Kirkwall, for approximately eight miles, then turn right onto the A986 and follow the directions as above
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