Two luxury self-catering apartments, ideal for family or small groups (apartments sleep max 4 / max 6). Light and airy accommodation full of character, recently renovated to the highest standards for your comfort and convenience.
Northlight Apartments provides a stylish home from home in the heart of Kirkwall, Orkney's historic capital.
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THE LOOKOUT - Ideal for 2 couples, this apartment has a kingsize bedroom and double bedroom, each with its own shower room. The latter, housed in the tower, has its own separate mezzanine living space. The shared open plan kitchen/dining/living area has large windows which give the apartment a light and airy feel. For more information visit the Lookout page on our website.
THE LOOM - Reflecting the heritage of the building as a tweed factory, The Loom offers ideal family accommodation with a kingsize bedroom en suite and a twin room with separate shower room. Large windows in the open plan kitchen/dining/living area fill the space with natural light. For more information visit the Loom page on our website.
In each case, these include separate secure laundry rooms and off-street parking at the rear of the building.
Northlight Apartments are in the historic heart of Kirkwall, within walking distance of local shops, bars, restaurants, cafes and leisure facilities.
Kirkwall is Orkney's main town, and a great base for exploring the islands, for more information please visit here.
To the west is the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site, with its amazing Stone Age tombs and monuments. Visit some of the sites including Skara Brae, Maeshowe, Ring of Brodgar and Standing Stones of Stenness .
There are beaches and moorland for walking, stunning cliffs and rocky shores, nature reserves, craft workshops and museums to visit. Click here for a Map of Orkney RSPB Reserves
To the East and South of Kirkwall is a farmed landscape rich with sandy beaches, coastal walks, lots of historical interest and a number of craft workshops and tearooms. You can cross the Churchill Barriers, and visit the Italian Chapel , built by Italian prisoners during World War II, which stands today as a monument to their fortitude.
To the North lie more inhabited islands, a ferry journey from Kirkwall, each with its own character and landscape. The ferry terminal for departures to the North Isles is just minutes away from the apartments. Orkney Ferries timetables can be found here
Within 2 minutes’ walk of the apartments is a CO-OP store open late 7 days. Advance orders can be placed with local delicatessen The Brig Larder. The Albert Hotel next door serves breakfast for non-residents, and there are cafes and restaurants nearby. You'll find information on Kirkwall services and businesses here.