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Jorfi, Westshore, Burray, KW17 2SS

Location of Jorfi

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Jorfi B&B - Orkney 

Jorfi -Bed & Breakfast

Jorfi has three bed and breakfast rooms which cost from £70 per night with vegetarian breakfast with freshly made products.

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Jorfi is on the Island of Burray a small island in the south eastern corner of Scapa Flow, perfectly situated for a quick drive to Pentland Ferries to catch the early morning ferry.​ We have 3 bed and breakfast rooms available.
Svefnhus is located on the ground floor with TV, dressing room and en-suite with bath and shower over, all self contained.  With sea views. Sleeps 2 people.
Herbergi is located on the ground floor with Smart TV, integrated wardrobe with a shared shower room, use of lounge at front of house where you can sit and soak up the views. Sleeps 2 people.  
Liggja is located on the first floor with TV, ample storage space. With garden view. Use of lounge upstairs. Sleeps 2 persons.
The rooms are available on a nightly basis, from £70 per room, per night, bed and breakfast.
 

OUR ROOMS

 

OUR SERVICES

Breakfast

Vegetarian breakfast available  with homemade pancakes, fruit salad and other delicious produce

Free Wifi

The whole house has wi-fi available. The password is on the welcome pack.

Garden

Jorfi has a open plan garden with a sitting area to take in the views of Scapa Flow. Off-road parking. A garage where you can store your bicycles

Toiletries
Towels and Toiletries are in each bedroom for your use.
Please ask for extra pillows.
Kitchen
Guests will have the opportunity to use the kitchen/diner for consumption of bring home meals, all I ask is that it is left tidy please. We are to wash clothes for a small charge of £5 per load
Transport
If you are coming to Orkney by air or arriving on the Pentland Ferry, we can pick you up for a small charge.
 

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GALLERY

House sign of Jorfi
that will tell you that you have arrived at our house
Lounge with sea views
The lounge has a woodburner for cosy nights in front of the fire
Kitchen/Breakfast room
Svefnhus - en-suite
Includes bath with shower over
Breakfast Table
A small selection of Continental breakfast items that are served.
Cute lambs
from Spring 2017, just look at his markings.
Daffodils in the Spring time
Daffodils are everywhere in the spring time, Glorious
Scene of  Echna Loch
at Sunset
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 Exploring Orkney

Wet Day Actvities
Nearby you could spend a few hours at the Orkney Fossil and Heritage CentreThere are two swimming pools on the mainland of Orkney, one  in Stromness, and one in Kirkwall. The Pickaquoy Centre has a range of activities  to suit all ages.
Workshop and Loft GalleryThe Workshop is a craft producers' co-operative in the picturesque village of St Margaret's Hope.
Getting to Orkney
Pentland Ferries sails from Gills Bay to Margaret's Hope our nearest ferry terminal.
Northlink Ferries provides the Island with two ferry services, one from Shetland or Aberdeen which docks in Kirkwall (12 miles away) and one from Scrabster which docks in Stromness (25 miles away)  The local airport is 11 miles away. Local buses have a regular service, X1 that stops just a 5 minute walk from our house.
Cultural Sites

Jorfi is situated on the Magical Island of (Broch) Burray.  Nearby is the Tomb of the Eagles, Tomb of the Otters,  A 30 minute drive will enable you to visit the heart of Neolithic Orkney, with the Standing Stones of Stenness ,the Ring of Brodgar  , the Ness of Brodgar and MaeshoweSkara Brae and Skaill House are a situated in Sandwick , a 45 minute drive.

Visitors passes are available for a range of sites on Orkney.

Local Wildlife
We have numerous Nature Reserves on Orkney run by the  RSPB.
You could visit Fernvalley Wildlife Centre for a wild day out
Fishing
We have Orkney Trout Fishing Association: and
Orkney Islands Sea Fishing Association where you could try your luck to catch your tea
Orkney Crafts
Orkney is renowned for its high quality crafts, with a range of crafts being available on the Craft Trail.
Main Towns of Orkney -
Stromness & Kirkwall

Stromness and Kirkwall both have websites with lots of information, advertising events and services.

Stromness has the Pier Arts Centre, The Stromness Museum and Library.

Kirkwall has the Orkney Museum, St Magnus Cathedral, Earls & Bishops Palaces and the Library.

Orkney Food and Drink
Orkney produces a wide selection of award winning food and drink.
Check out the Orkney Food and Drink  for links to many interesting websites
Orkney Gin Company.
Highland Park Distillery.
Scapa Whisky
The Orkney Brewery.
Orkney Buffalo.
Orkney Cheese.
Orkney Fudge.
 
House sign of Jorfi

that will tell you that you have arrived at our house