Lochland Orkney holiday Chalets are located on a working farm, 2.6 miles from the village Dounby, in the heart of Orkney’s West Mainland.
RSPB reserves include the Loch of Banks (adjacent to the Chalets) and the Loons (wildfowl), Cottasgarth (hen harriers) and Marwick Head (sea bird city). Archaeological sites include Skara Brae, Maes Howe, the Standing Stones of Stenness and the Ring of Brodgar. More recent remains include the Palace at the village of the same name, a Viking village on the Brough of Birsay and two former RAF stations at Skeabrae and Twatt.
Lochland Chalets, Orkney make an ideal, inexpensive base for trout fishing, located in the middle of the lochs, all of which can be fished free of charge and without the need for a licence.
Stromness with its many places to eat and drink and the centre of Orkney’s thriving tourist diving industry is a fifteen minute drive away.
The village of Dounby, five minutes up the road, has a Co-op, butcher, pharmacist, post office, hairdresser, craft shop, DIY store and health centre.
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