Property 1 - 10 School Place
10 School Place is a listed building dating from the 1800s which has been renovated and modernised retaining all of the properties character and charm. Inside you will find a well appointed kitchen with fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, microwave, ceramic hob, electric oven and a breakfast bar to seat up to four people. If the weather is nice you could take your meal outside to the very sheltered secluded terrace.
There is a very comfortable lounge with TV, DVD player, wifi and a selection of books, games and DVDs to choose from. The bedroom has a double bed with bedside tables, free standing dressing table and extra blankets and pillows if the weather turns cold.
The house is less than a five minute walk from St Magnus Cathedral and the centre of Kirkwall, where you will find Supermarkets, gift shops, pubs and restaurants.
There is no parking on site but you may stop at the front door for loading and unloading, a free public car park is located less than 50 metres away.
We have tried to make it a home from home with everything you will need to enjoy a holiday in the beautiful Orkney Islands. A selection of local groceries is provided to help you get a taste of what is on offer locally.
Nightly rates are also available during low and mid season – minimum of 2 nights.
Sorry no pets and no smoking.
Property 2 - 25 Queen Sonja Kloss
25 Queen Sonja Kloss is a one bedroom apartment suitable for up to two adults
Orkney is an archipelago 10 kilometres north of the coast of Caithness. Orkney comprises approximately 70 islands of which 20 are inhabited.The largest island, known as the "Mainland" has an area of 523.25 square kilometres making it the sixth largest Scottish Island and the tenth largest island in the British isles.
There are a great number of archaeological sites throughout the islands with the Knap of Howar on Papa Westray being the ‘oldest dwelling house in the UK’. On Mainland Orkney the sites of Maeshowe, Ring of Brodgar and Skara Brae were given World Heritage Status, and these are some of the most visited attractions in Orkney. There are many other sites to visit and explore from Neolithic tombs and dwellings to Pictish brochs and Viking settlements.