FacilitiesWe are the first hotel to open in Kirkwall for eighty years
Suitable ForMy favourite room is called "Rackwick" and l named it after the beautiful low lying valley of Rackwick on the Orkney Island of Hoy. It has a small balcony and a spectacular photo of Rackwick beach hangs above the double ended bath which makes me feel I am lying on the golden sand enjoying the sea air.
NearbyThere is so much to love about Orkney from its rolling green and wild heathery fields to remote sandy beaches where you can be perfectly alone. We also have an abundance wildlife and wild flowers so when you go for long walks you will always see something new. Orkney has a World heritage site and there are many small tombs and very well known Archaeological sites such as Skara Brae, The Ring of Brodgar, the Standing Stones and of course the Ness of Brodgar which has just only been recently excavated and is open to visitors in the summer as a live dig.
We are also very lucky to have loads of wonderful independent shops in Kirkwall many selling locally made crafts, knitwear and jewellery. Our sister business is " Judith Glue and The Real Food Cafe" which many people describe as an Aladdins cave full of uniquely designed gifts, Clothing and Knitwear.
Food & DrinkIf we are not eating in our own restaurant then we like to go to Lucanos our local Italian restaurant or Helgis which serves great pub food with a twist. Both are in Kirkwall a stones throw away from The Storehouse.
PricingPrices start at £120 per night includes a Continental Breakfast - min 2-night stay.
The Storehouse, Bridge Street Wynd, Kirkwall, KW15 1JD, Orkney, Scotland
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