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Mill of Eyrland was absolutely charming. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Breakfasts were superb and Morag, the owner was very hospitable and helpful--I will stay here next time I visit Orkney. A wonderful experience, the Mill of Eyrland does not disappoint! Cozy and very...More
There were six of us: my wife and I (a couple in our 70s), my son and his pregnant wife, my daughter, and my sister in law. We traveled for 3 1/2 weeks throughout Scotland and this was our premier lodging experience. What made it...More
Well where to start, on our arrival we found out that two days earlier the place was flooded out. The owner was, to say the least stressed out, however undaunted she proceeded to look after us like a hospitality goddess. What a place! It is...More
We spent two nights at this lovely renovated mill and were delighted to be shown to the Hopper Suite on the top floor. Lovely view from our windows of the rural surroundings,and we loved the gentle sound of the mill stream below. The mill is...More
This converted water mill is ideally located in the countryside between the two main towns of the island. It almost goes without saying that it is set in beautiful countryside - this is true of most of Orkney. The owner, Morag, who is hands-on, good-natured...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.