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My wife and I had intended a return visit for many years. Our first stay was so magical that we were determined to return and jumped at the opportunity when we had a few days free in October. The mill is an amazing building with...More
Our stay at the Mill was wonderful. It was a great location for touring the Island. Morag was a fabulous hostess. She helped to schedule some tours and provided maps before we set out for the day. The breakfast was so yummy! We would stay...More
Lovely experience, gracious hostess, best breakfast in Scotland Great location for exploring Standing Stones of Stennes, Ring of Brodgar, Maes Howe, and Skara Brae Would be our base again on return trips to the Orkneys
We just spent two nights at the Mill of Eyrland while visiting Orkney. The B and B is in a converted mill, and we slept listening g to the sound of the Mill Burn running by tow stories below. While within easy access to all...More
Stayed here August 2015. Just round the bay from Stromness - a short drive or hour's walk. Ideally positioned for walking access to Ness of Brodgar / Maes Howe. A converted water mill with original fixtures & fittings, most noticeably in guest communal room and...More
You need to contact the owner of the B&B. I was a guest. There is info on her website as to how you can contact her. When I booked last winter during the off-season, it took her a few days to respond to email. Or you... More
You need to contact the owner of the B&B. I was a guest. There is info on her website as to how you can contact her. When I booked last winter during the off-season, it took her a few days to respond to email. Or you could call her at (country code 44) then 1856 850136 Morag works her other job until 5 PM or so, so calling in the evenings may be best.