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About Barony Hotel


Most of our rooms are on suite and all have tea and coffee making facilities


Stay at the Barony Hotel from only £40 per person per night which includeds breakfast and is ensuite.

rices include bed, full breakfast and 20% VAT.


Surronding areas

Bird watchers and walkers alike can enjoy Marwick Head.Park your car in the car park and enjoy the walk up to the cliffs edge. The seabird colony comprises of razorbills, kittiwakes and guillemots.Orkney Accommodation

Puffins can occasionally be spotted too. Also there is Kitchener's Memorial. A monument built to Lord Kitchener who died when H.M.S Hampshire hit a mine and sank off the coast of Birsay in 1916.

The Broch of Gurness in Evie is on the coast facing Rousay and Eynehallow. It was built in the Iron Age as a fortress, then continued to be occupied by the Picts and then by the Vikings but lastly as domestic dwellings. A worthwhile visit!

Earl's Palace
Barony HotelA short distance away in the village near the Brough of Birsay is the ruins of the Earl's Palace. Earl Robert Stewart built it in the 16th Century.

Aerial View of Brough
Orkney AccommodationA view overlooking the Brough of Birsay, down through Birsay itself and the Boardhouse Loch. The Brough of Birsay is a tidal island and has early Christian and Norse settlements. Puffins can also be seen along the high cliffs. Seals and Eider ducks can often be seen on the shore whilst crossing to the Brough.

Red Throated Divers have some of their nests on Burgar Hill. There is a hide nearby to watch them from. The hide is easily found by watching out for 3 large aero generators that are nearby.



Within easy reach of the hotel are the main fishing lochs of Harray, Swanney and Hundland. Our hotel sits on the edge of the Boardhouse Loch and has surpassed both Harray and Swanney as Orkney's top fishing loch for the past 3 years as quoted by Malcolm Russell's monthly reports in the Trout & Salmon

Fishing in Orkney is free but we recommend that fishers join the Orkney Trout Fishing Association as the Association stocks all the lochs and they provide toilets facilities on all main lochs. The fish Caught are wild brown trout; there am no rainbows here!

The flies sold in the hotel are specially tied for Orkney loch, and are tied locally by Eric Dyson (an ex Benson & Hedges fly tying champion).

Fish caught can be frozen on the premises and smoking can be arranged.

Boat hire and ghillies are available for all lochs at a moderate cost.


All this and more is availble to to visitors of Barony Hotel, Orkney so why not come for a visit.


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