Tiffyhall Cottage is situated in the parish of Deerness and is part of a working Croft. The Croft over looks Newark Bay and the Pentland Firth to the South and the cottage has views of farmland on both sides.
Whether you are looking for a romantic retreat, a rambler’s delight or a family holiday home, Tiffyhall cottage is the perfect place for you to enjoy Orkney and its Isles.
The cottage is one of the oldest in the parish and was part of a working farm once owned by the Earl of Zetland. It fell into disrepair and stood empty for 50 years until it was fully renovated and extended in 2008 and the original cottage has been transformed into a comfortable holiday cottage. The cottage is surrounded by farm land and is close to the Brough of Deerness, the Gloup and the Mull Head RSPB reserve.
The Covenanters memorial is also in the parish and for those of you who like walking all 4 sites are in walking distance as is good quality coastal walks. In addition, being located on Mainland Orkney, the World Heritage sites of Maes Howe, Ring of Brodgar, Skara Brae and numerous other sites of interest are a short distance by car as is the airport and ferry terminals at Stromness, Kirkwall and Pentland Ferries short sea crossing route at St Margaret’s Hope.
There is a local shop, sub post office and fuel pump in Deerness.
Accommodation consists of 2 bedrooms, one with double bed and the other with twin beds. A Kitchen diner, separate lounge, bathroom with separate shower cubicle, central heating throughout the cottage and parking for up to two vehicles.
Tiffyhall cottage sits in its own eight acres and guests are encouraged to walk around the land and use as short cuts to Newark bay. Certain times of the year we have seasonal pick you own vegetables grown in our kitchen garden and in the grounds of the cottage there is a herb garden and guests are invited to help themselves for cooking.
Welcome pack available for guests.