We know you’ll have missed us, just as much as we have missed you. We are looking forward to the time when we can encourage to you back without having to ask you to proceed with caution — but for now, we ask that when it is safe to come, you please take care, and adhere at all times to the current restrictions. With this in mind, whatever style of getaway suits you best, Orkney has it all.
Luxury breaks in award-winning hotels can be found, where you will be waited on hand and foot, all the while being treated to the finest of local cuisine.
If self-catering fits the bill best, there is a wide choice across the Mainland and in the smaller isles.
A number of bed and breakfast/guest houses are ready to welcome you too, with top-notch hospitality, and a helping hand to get you started on your Orkney adventure.
Camping facilities are also available at various locations — or why not try a break with a difference in a yurt or camping pod? Check out the links below to peruse a wide variety of options, and be ready to make your choice when the time is right.
PLEASE CONSIDER AND ADHERE TO ANY COVID RESTRICTIONS WHICH MAY APPLY WHILE VISITING ORKNEY
PLEASE TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY
While we continue to live in uncertain times, we advise that responsible travel is considered paramount for everyone in Scotland — plan ahead by monitoring the current guidance set out for your local authority area by the Scottish Government, and adhere to any travel restrictions as a result.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: Before leaving home, please check with www.gov.scot for travelling advice and please observe all guidelines and travel responsibly. Search visitscotland.com and orkney.com to find out more about what’s open and if you need to book ahead. Also call venues and visitors attractions ahead of arrival to check what restrictions and health and safety measures they have in place.
‘GOOD TO GO’ SCHEME: As you start to explore Scotland again, keep an eye out for the ‘We’re Good to Go’ logo at businesses and on the visitscotland.com site, which will show you tourism businesses who are working hard to adhere to government and public health guidance, and have carried out a Covid-19 risk assessment to check they have everything in place to reopen safely.