The Inn Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Inn, St Mary\'s, Holm, Orkney
St Marys
Highlands and Islands
KW17 2RT

The Inn Guest House, St Marys

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The INN Guest House offers high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the Orkney Islands. Situated on the waterfront of the picturesque village of St Mary's in the parish of Holm the INN was originally built in the 1830's as an Inn for the farmers to stay in whilst waiting for the boats to the South Isles after a day at market.Now a three star guest house it has been newly refurbished to a high standard with spacious rooms all of which are en-suite. Most of our rooms have views over Holm Bay with the Churchill Barriers and Italian Chapel in the background and we offer some excellent facilities including free WiFi wireless internet access and LCD TV's with DVD players plus complimentary hospitality trays including various teas coffees and local biscuits in all rooms.

Our breakfast menu is varied with local produce used whenever possible. Special diets catered for on request. You can enjoy your breakfast in our comfortable spacious dining room whilst taking in the views over the bay.

Packed lunches can be supplied on request.

 3 star rating

From: £89.00

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