Birsay Outdoor Centre is ideally located for spectacular coastal walks as well as close to Orkney's 5,500 year old Neolithic heartland which was granted World Heritage status by UNESCO in1999.
Set in a rural location just outside Birsay, in the northwest corner of the Orkney Mainland.
This recently refurbished hostel offers visitors comfortable 3 star accommodation which comprises 5 bedrooms, sleeping 26 persons in total. Bed linen is provided, however, guests must bring their own towels.
Outside in the extensive grounds, 28 pitches are available with 13 electric power hook-ups. The centre and site is fully accessible for disabled guests.
There is a toilet and shower block on site with washing facilities.
Maximum of 3 dogs are permitted on site.
The Outdoor Centre is open April to September. Out of season booking may be available by arrangement for 4 people or more.
Check-in time: by arrangement.
Departure time: 10:00.
The Centre has 5 bedrooms and 26 beds in total.
On the first floor:
On the ground floor:
All bed linen is provided. There is access to the hostel all day once check-in is complete. Each guest has their own key to access the hostel.
The Centre has a well-equipped kitchen, dining area, small lounge and drying room.
Charges for all Council services can be obtained from the ‘Council Charges’ page which can be accessed from this website
Availability and Bookings:
We would encourage members of the public to use the ONLINE BOOKING SYSTEM as telephone and email bookings will incur an additional admin charge.
If you require any further information or need assistance making a booking, please do not hesitate to contact Stromness Customer Services using the details below.
Telephone: 01856873535 extension 2901 or 01856850907.