to 4 Star Accommodation at Outbrecks Self-Catering Cottages, Stenness in the West Mainland of Orkney.
We offer our guests a chance to unwind and relax in comfort and view the spectacular surrounding scenery in fabulous locations by the World Heritage Site in Stenness. Our holiday accommodation is close to the famous trout fishing lochs of Harray and Stenness in the Orkney Islands.
Holiday in one of our unique, dog-friendly, self-catering cottages and houses and enjoy….
Harefields - Wi Fi
Relax and luxuriate in spacious, superb, four-bedroomed self-catering accommodation, sleeping upto 8, with fabulous views of lochs and the Neolithic archaeological gems of Ring of Brodgar, Stones of Stenness and Maeshowe. Lying in acres of its own land, enjoy this unique and beautiful panorama, the incredible skies and sunsets.
Raingoose - Wi Fi
Holiday in our lovely, three-bedroomed, self-catering accommodation, sleeping upto 6, with glorious, stunning scenic views of sea, beach and the picturesque Hoy Hills. Set in its own large private garden, observe the seals on the shore and the wheeling of birds or just enjoy walking in our private fields. Within very easy reach of major archaeological sites at Stenness.
Whitesails - Wi Fi
Escape, unwind and marvel at the stunning views surrounding this superb 3/4-bedroomed, self-catering accommodation, sleeping upto 7, sitting in its own acre of land. Enjoy uninterrupted views across its sweeping lawn, of the bay, beach and picturesque Hoy Hills. Chill out on the patios or in the conservatory and decide at leisure how to spend the day. Five minutes from both the Stenness archaeological World Heritage Sites and the quaint town of Stromness.
Pine Trees Bothy - Wi Fi
Holiday in style in our luxurious self-catering cottage for two. Romantic breaks, Honeymoon or just wind down and relax in our stylishly converted, old Orkney stone farm cottage. Through the patio doors or from its own pretty garden, soak up the idyllic scene across our small wood, and over the bay towards the picturesque Hills of Hoy. It is within very easy reach of the archaeological World Heritage Site at Stenness.