The lounge has a colour TV, Freeview box, video and DVD player, stereo/CD, pull down double bed, electric fire, as well as books, games, CDs and videos. There is also a seated dining area.
The bathroom has a sink, shower and WC.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed, wardrobe, electric radiator, hairdryer etc. and also a cot and highchair if required. Bedroom 2 is a twin room with small pull down extra bunk, wardrobe and electric radiator.
The caravan also has a large decking area with table and chairs, an outdoor barbecue, outdoor washing line and parking area.
Prices include towels (not beach towels), linen for kitchen, and bed linen.
Electricity is extra by use of a £1 coin meter. Gas is paid for by a gas meter which takes tickets; available from the main house.
No smoking indoors.
We are convenienctly placed on the bus route.
On the island of Burray, we have lovely sandy beaches, a pub and restaurant, shop and garage, children's play park and the Fossil and Heritage Centre, which has a fantastic cafe with lovely home bakes.
There are many places to visit in Orkney such as The Tomb of the Eagles, Italian Chapel, The Churchill Barriers, St. Magnus Cathedral built in 1137 by Earl Rognvald, Skaill House, Skara Brae, The Orkney Museum, Corrigal Farm Museum, Maeshowe, Ring of Brodgar and The standing stones of Stenness.
There are many things to see and do in Orkney, with no less than 10 RSPB reserves with many different birds and wild flowers. Orkney has an abundance of wildlife; grey and common seals can been seen on the shorelines, and porpoises and whales often can be seen feeding on the ample food supply. If you are lucky you may see a shy otter.
Orkney is renowned for its fresh fish, whisky, real ales, ice creams, fudge, cheeses, quality meats and the very best jewellery.
Last but not least you are going to meet the friendliest people who love to talk and tell you all about the wonderful place we live in.