This purpose built self-catering accommodation is in an entirely self-contained section of a recently built house in a elevated position with marvellous views.
Ben End, Villasquoy, is 4 miles from Stromness, 11 miles from Kirkwall and within easy travelling distance of the world famous chambered cairn of Maeshowe, the impressive standing stones of the Ring of Brodgar and the unique Stone Age village of Skara Brae.
The house enjoys breathtaking panoramic views of Stromness, Hoy Sound and the loch of Stenness. The quality of light is a constant source of wonder in this quiet, open location especially favoured by artists and photographers.
On the upper storey, Ben End accommodates four people in one double and one twin room with an adjacent shower room. On the ground floor, the entrance hall with toilet facilities, leads into a spacious sitting and eating area with television. The kitchen is equipped with fridge, freezer, dishwasher, ceramic hob with cooker hood, oven, microwave, clothes washer and drying facilities. There is a large parking area, garden and drying green. Ben End is a non-smoking facility.
Orkney provides easy access for loch and sea angling. There are two eighteen hole golf courses and many quiet cycling routes. The islands have abundant wildlife, beautiful unspoilt beaches and stunning cliff scenery.
There are many local craft outlets offering individualistic products. The islands are rich in historic interest from earliest times, through their Norse heritage to Scapa Flow as a naval base and anchorage in more recent times. Food products and transport facilities are of a high standard. There are ro-ro links to the North and South Islands.
Cost £300.00 - £400 per week
Booking Deposit of £75.00 cheque or cash, balance to be paid 4 weeks before arrival.
Letting period generally Staurday to Saturday
Weekly blocks during high season
Other arrangements outside these periods are possible by negotiation.
Sorry No Pets allowed.
We look forward to welcoming you to Ben End and very much hope you enjoy your stay in Orkney.