Northfield 4* High Graded Bed and Breakfast.
All Rooms Ensuite, enjoy sea views and WIFI.
Cost from £35pppn.
An Ecological Farmhouse hand crafted from French Oak.
Hearty Home Cooking with Locally sourced organic produce.
A 'Hidden Gem' (comment from Trip Advisor)
Nominated for Home Build Award 2010
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Our modern farmhouse has beautiful views to the North isles which means you can enjoy stunning sunrises, sunsets and unspoilt night skies.
Mullhead Nature reserve is within walking distance and provides good opportunities for walkers, ramblers, birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Here you can enjoy watching the seals basking in the sun or Puffins nesting on the cliff. The Brough of Deerness is also worth a visit for panoramic views and archaeological interest. Walking distance to the beach which is lovely for an evening stroll. A warm welcome and a comfortable relaxing stay a waits you in our Farmhouse. Home comforts, locally produced preserves and home baking using our own free range eggs. Tea and coffee facilities available in all the rooms, fresh milk can be provided. There is also a lounge area where you can sit in the evenings and enjoy the wonderful sunsets or browse through lots of information for things to do. There are restaurants facilities a small drive towards town. Packed lunch can also be provided if booked the evening before. Light evening snacks can be enjoyed after a long day walking.
Non smoking establishment. Ample parking facilities. Children welcome, we have a small collection of animals...ducks ..hens..and horses for them to enjoy.
We are passionate about providing a homely and comfortable visit to Orkney. We will be happy to assist with any additional requirements you may have.
Awaiting grading for Green tourism award and members of the soil association we are passionate about environmental impact and reduce where we can. Throughout the build process great thought was put in for both economic and environmental sustainability. We feel passionate about change, and feel people are becoming more 'Greener' conscious when they chose there holiday destination.
Our present initiatives include:-
Low energy bulbs in all light fittings
Reduction of water use.. combination flush fittings
Bore Hole water system
Recycle rain water
Ground Source Heat pump
High standards of insulation
Septic tank with Sep-away area.
Recycle all waste where possible.
The Business supports local produce, sourcing all foods where possible within Orkney.
Local Oyster Catcher
|Open All Year|
|2013 Opening Times (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
* Open all Year.. High Season May to October..outwith this special rates considered...eg stay x 2 nights and get x 1 free.
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