New price structure £15.00 per bed price includes continental breakfast and free cycle hire£18.00 for single occupancy of a twin room price includes continental breakfast and free cycle hire£45...
No timetables reign at this imposing house with arcing coastal vistas; make your own breakfast when you feel like it. Your welcoming hosts have introduced a raft of green solutions for heating, fuel and more...
The welcoming and family-friendly Kettletoft is a refurbished elderly statesman near the centre of the island...
Beltane Guest House & Hostel
Owned by the local community co-op, this comprises a 20-bed hostel and a guesthouse with four simple and immaculate rooms with en suite and self-catering kitchen access. It’s just over a mile north of the ferry...
This excellent, intimate, modern 13-bed hostel is an Orcadian gem. It’s heated throughout and has an inviting lounge, complete with DVD collection. The price includes bed linen, shower and pristine kitchen facilities; local advice comes free...
Mrs Popplewell has a charming cottage opposite the Calf of Eday islet with one double and one single room. There’s also a couple of fully equipped, self-catering croft houses nearby, sleeping three people each...
Less than a mile east of the ferry pier, this appealing farmhouse B&B also houses the island's main restaurant.
Garso Guest House
A comfortable B&B and self-catering cottage sleeping five, with an open fire and all your mod cons. It’s at the northern end of the island, about 3 miles from the pier. A taxi and minibus service is also available.
About 2 miles west from the ferry pier, the island’s only hotel is a low-key place, with neat, simple doubles with water vistas that share a bathroom and a twin with en suite bathroom but no view...
Stunning views at this spectacular self-catering option between Pierowall and Noup Head.
No 1 Broughton
This solid pinkish house sits right on Pierowall Bay and offers a very comfortable B&B with unusual extras, such as original artworks on the walls and a sauna...
Stronsay Fish Mart
Part of the island’s former herring station has been converted into a 10-bed hostel with shower and kitchen. It’s clean and well run, and the neighbouring cafe serves takeaways, snacks and meals all day.
Girnigoe is a friendly, traditional farmhouse at the northern end of the island. The breakfasts (with Mrs Wallace’s homemade bread and jam) and local kippers are excellent and dinner is also available.
Friendly Mrs Groat, at the northern end of Pierowall, has two properties that she lets out as B&B or self-catering accommodation. Each property has a double plus a two-bunk bedroom – good for families.
Stronsay Bird Reserve
Birders in particular will enjoy staying at the friendly, comfortable Stronsay Bird Reserve, a 40-minute walk south from the ferry pier. Rates include all the tea and coffee you can drink and ensure hours of conversation with the chatty owners.
Ayre’S Rock Hostel & Campsite
Cosy hostel sleeping eight in the outbuildings of a farm. There’s a craft shop and chip shop on-site, breakfasts and dinners are available, and you can also pitch a tent or sleep in a camping hut...
Observatory Guest House
Powered by wind and solar energy, this offers first-rate accommodation and ornithological activities next to the ferry pier. There’s a cafe-bar with lovely coastal views and convivial communal dinners (£13...
Cleaton House Hotel
This delightful hotel is a relaxed slice of island life, situated as it is in a quiet enclave on the east side of Westray about 5 miles from the ferry pier...
Four miles north of the ferry pier, this recently renovated, community-run hostel is an excellent place to stay. You can camp alongside too at no cost.
Trumland Farm Hostel
An easy stroll from the ferry (turn left at the main road), this organic farm has a wee hostel with rather cramped six-bed dorms and a pretty little kitchen and common area...
B&B and tasty evening meals (dinner £17) are available at warm, welcoming School Place. The conservatory is good for quiet reflection and the owners are the people to speak to about life in their beloved island community.
Overlooks the harbour in Kettletoft village with tidy en suite rooms that are good value. Bar meals all day feature Orcadian produce.
The island’s watering hole is near the ferry and has immaculate refurbished rooms. There’s also recommended pub grub (mains from £7) in the bar, with excellent seafood (including paella and lobster) in particular...