Sanday, Orkney, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Sanday

Cottage
2br Cottage
  • Pets Allowed
In a beautiful spot on the island of Sanday just half a mile from Start Point Lighthouse and only 200 yards from the beach.. A cosy hideaway, with spectacular sea views, in a very remote area, Park, a former croft, perfectly placed to get away from it all. A simply, yet comfortably furnished holiday cottage, built in 1884 from traditional stone, it stands alone, amidst acres of grass land. Long beaches, the nearest 200 yards, no-one else in sight, and only the lighthouse, birds and seals for company. Sanday School, 8 miles, swimming pool. 9 hole golf by arrangement. Shoreline SSSI for seals and wading birds. Start Point Lighthouse ½ mile. Shop 7 miles, pubs/restaurants 10 miles.. All on ground floor: Living/dining room. Kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 single. Bathroom with toilet.. Electricity by meter reading. Initial supply of solid fuel central heating included, remainder at cost. Bed linen and towels included. Gas cooker. Washing machine. Payphone. Small, walled garden with sitting-out area and furniture. Parking.
Cottage
2br Cottage
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceDale Cottage is a traditional stone cottage that has been fully renovated inside to offer a comfortable, well equipped and homely place for your stay. It comprises air source heating, wifi, landline telephone, smart TV, washing machine, dishwasher, freezer, well equipped kitchen, picnic table and BBQ. Dogs are welcome to stay in the porch and we can provide a travel cot, high chair and selection of toys for babies and toddlers on request. Guest AccessYou will have full access to the cottage and surrounding grounds. We will provide you with information on any local events that are on during your stay - the island welcomes visitors to events such as local dances, games nights, gala week, etc. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you on arrival at the Cottage, or at the pier if you are not sure where to come. We live two miles from the cottage so are on hand if you have any problems during your stay. The NeighborhoodEday is possibly one of the more unspoilt islands, with glorious beaches, cliffs, heatherclad hills, wildlife and archeological gems. The Eday shop is open most days, though often only in the mornings - you can also hire bicycles from the shop. There is a Heritage Centre which is open during the summer months and well worth a visit. If you are interested in wildlife get in touch with the Island Ranger who offers guided walks for visitors. While there are no restaurants on the island at present, there are 'fish and chip take away nights' at present. Check out the island website ((URL HIDDEN) or come to us with your queries. Getting AroundThere are daily ferries to Eday from Kirkwall ((URL HIDDEN) plus flights on Wednesdays ((URL HIDDEN) Eday itself is roughly 10km long and is great for cycling and walking.