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This must be one of the most fascinating, charming and romantic bed and breakfasts in the UK, let alone Orkney. Morag is a wonderful source of information and so friendly. She has done a tremendous amount of work on this old mill and it is...More
A lovely little place that is situated in a convenient place for getting to Stromness, Skarra Brae etc. We had a good welcome. The lounge is upstairs full of old mill things and other items. In the mill stream can be seen trout and eels....More
The attention to detail makes everything about The Mill of Eyrland a pleasure to experience and savour. Make sure you book in advance. The rooms are beautifully appointed, so comfortable even if ours was a little cosy shall we say! No problem, there were lots...More
We had no idea what to expect from Orkney. The Mill turns out to be ideally situated to get to all parts of the main island. We brought our bicycles and hopped around the many neolithic sites as well as taking the ferry to Hoy...More
First of all Orkney was just fabulous. As soon as you land, you feel the oldness of the island. It's just so different from anywhere we'd been. Morag had given us very detailed directions which were daunting at first but were accurate down to the...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.