Buxa Farm Chalets and Croft House

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Three Norwegian style semi-detached wooden chalets and recently renovated croft house situated on the A964 between Houton and Stromness in Orphir.
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Description

Sleeps 4

Bedrooms 2

Single Beds 2

Double Beds 1

Buxa Farm Chalets and Croft House are situated on the A964 between Houton and Stromness in Orphir.  Each unit is single storey and includes ample parking, entrance porch, living area with spectacular views to Scapa Flow, well equipped modern, spacious kitchen open to dining area, 2 bedrooms (zip and link beds offer an option of sumptuous king or twin beds).  Just in case you want to block out the world and have a lie in the bedroom windows come with blackout curtains.  Roomy bright bathroom with shower over bath and lots of fluffy towels.  A colour television with Freeview channels and DVD player, radio and CD player, refrigerator/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer come as standard.  Ramps, wide doors and lowered light switches make these units accessible for those with accessibility issues and needs.

There are no hidden charges as all electric, linens, towels etc. are included in the tariff. Free hi-speed satellite Wifi. For the sake of other visitors, we ask for no pets and no smoking please.


VisitScotland Children Welcome Award. TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015.

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Features & Facilities

WiFi
Washing Machine
Microwave
TV
DVD
Sea Front
Beach Nearby
Golf Nearby
Pub Nearby
Restaurant
Children Welcome
Disabled Friendly
Non-Smoking
Nearby Parking
Sea View
Cot Space
Outdoor Seating
Bath
Electricity Inc.
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Location

The property address is:

Buxa Farm Chalets and Croft House
A964
Clestrain
Stromness
Orkney
United Kingdom
KW17 2RE

THE PLACE

Buxa Farm Chalets are a great central base for exploring the range of amazing historical sites like Maes Howe chambered tomb, complete with Viking graffiti, the Ring of Brodgar standing stones and stunning Broch of Gurness.

A trip to Orkney must include a trip to the incredible Skara Brae prehistoric village, the best example of its type in Europe. It also boasts a fantastic visitor centre and a nice wee café. The local cheese platter is highly recommended.

Head south over the Churchill Barriers and visit the Italian chapel made by Italian POWs during WWII and then visit the incredible Tomb of the Eagles.

Go for a wander around Kirkwall town: see the magnificent St Magnus Cathedral and Orkney museum or explore some of the independent shops, cafes and restaurants on the High Street.

Take a trip to the dramatic cliff-top tidal island of Brough of Birsay. This was once the ancient Oradian seat of power. Check the tides to ensure a safe time for crossing!

Head to The Brig Larder on Albert Street in Kirkwall and pick up some local goodies, like fresh seafood, butcher meat, cheeses, ice cream, produce, wines, spirits and beers, all under one roof.

 


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Booking Terms & Rules

No smoking and no pets allowed
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Contact Enquiries & Booking

Contact Details:

Name: Mrs. Kathy Bichan

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