Self Catering Accommodation
Situated on a working farm with beautiful views across Birsay Bay, Norvald is the perfect base for your stay in Orkney. We are ideally located for fishing, with Boardhouse loch just a 5 minute walk away. The Brough of Birsay, Earls Palace, Barony mill and Skipigeo are all within walking distance. Alternatively, immerse yourself in some of the island's ancient history with a visit to Skara Brae, Ring of Brodgar or the Standing Stones of Stenness, all just a short drive away.
Bedroom One- 2 single beds, dressing table and wardrobe
Bedroom Two- 1 Double bed, dressing table and wardrobe
Bedroom Three- 1 king size bed, wardrobe
Utility room/Office with ironing facilities, clothes airer and desk
Main bathroom with shower/bath
Living room with three sofas, coffee table, large TV, Free-Sat, DVD player and beautiful views across Birsay Bay
Dining area with seating for six
Kitchen with dishwasher, hob, oven, grill, fridge-freezer, microwave, kettle, coffee maker, Nespresso machine and toaster
All bed linen/towels are provided.
A travel cot and bedding can be provided. Please let us know if you require a high-chair or baby bath tub.
There is a coin meter for electricity (accepts £1 coins only).
Electric car charging is free.
This is a non-smoking property. Sorry, but no dogs (except assistance dogs) permitted.
(dates are inclusive)
1st January - 31st March: £420/week £60/night
1st April - 31st May: £455/week £65/night
1st June - 30th June: £560/week £80/night
1st July - 31st August: £595/week £85/night
1st September - 31st October: £504/week £72/night
1st November - 22nd December: £420/week £60/night
23rd December - 3rd January: £490/week £70/night
Minimum stay: 5 nights
20% deposit required when booking, refundable in the event of government imposed travel restrictions.
Balance to be paid on arrival
Check in from 1500. Latest check out 1000.
4 night stay, 12th - 16th June 2022
5 night stay, 3rd July - 8th July 2022
Just a few essentials to get you started.
Plenty of outside space for the family to enjoy.
Unlimited Wi-fi included (subject to fair useage)
We have stairgates fitted to keep little ones safe. We can also provide a travel cot, high chair and baby bath, just ask. We are only a 5 minute walk from an excellent playpark.
We have plenty of storage for fishing gear, bicycles, roofboxes, or anything else you can think of.
Washing machine, clothes airer, washing line and ironing facilities provided.
Free E.V. Charging
There is an electric vehicle charging point located outside the property. There is no charge for this service.
THINGS TO DO
There is excellent trout fishing at the Boardhouse loch or why not try the nearby Harray and Stenness lochs, just a short drive away.
The ideal location for spotting rare birds with two RSPB reserves close by. Take a walk up to the Marwick head bird reserve to see if you can spot the puffins.
Explore many miles of beautiful coastal paths. Bring your binoculars to spot some whales or relax on the many beaches Orkney has to offer. With excellent air and ferry links to the north and south isles, the possibilities are endless.
Excellent, modern leisure facilities are available at the Pickaquoy centre in Kirkwall.
Earls Palace and The Kitchener Memorial are within walking distance. Or go further back in time with a visit to Skara Brae, Ness of Brodgar or the Standing Stones of Stenness, all just a short drive away. A little further afield, you will find the impressive St Magnus Cathedral, the Italian Chapel and the Tomb of the Eagles.
You can visit the nearby Kirbuster and Corigall farm museums to get an insight into traditional farming methods. Or perhaps follow the craft trail to discover a wide range of local crafts. We would highly recommend a tour of the Barony Mill, Orkney's only working water mill.
Vanessa and Graham have done a wonderful job of renovating the cottage and there is nothing we could have wanted for. The beds are super comfortable, the kitchen equipped with everything we could need and the towels were soft and fluffy.
There are the most amazing views from every window and many of the evenings were spent sipping a glass of Highland Park while watching the cows, the birds and the views across the Brough of Birsay.
Cathie D. May 17