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This hotel offers simple comforts but is still in the top two or three places to stay in Kirkwall. In 1824, it was built just outside Kirkwall by a retired sea captain, and became Orkney’s first hospital in 1845. The property has been refurbished in the past few years and it now fresh...
Good news: Staff is friendly and courteous, food is OK (we just had the breakfast), location is right at the one end of The Street, so you can pretty much walk everywhere you want to go for sightseeing and gift shopping. Bad news: Floors in...More
We returned to this hotel after staying there in 2015. From checking on here we'd found out the management had changed and we were interested to see how the place had changed. What hasn't changed is the location in the quiet end of Kirkwall, and...More
Orkney is a magic place and this hotel is part of the charm.
It is small but the staff are so friendly and professional, I felt right at home.
The highlight was the food. The dinner menu provides tasty and modern cuisine. The attached bar...More
Since changing hands the restaurant is no longer dog friendly. Difficult to find a place in Kirkwall that will accept well behaved dogs.
It really is the way forward and is greatly appreciated by dog lovers.
Visited for two nights on business.
At check it was meant by pleasant chap who escorted me to room - nice touch.
Room itself quite dated and very small and bathroom was tiny. It was however clean and in a quiet spot overlooking benches outside...More