Bed and Breakfast Kirkwall Orkney Islands
Laing home is a delightful standard home and maintains historical significance.
The building goes towards very early 1700s, and was the birthplace of Malcolm Laing a nearby historian 1762- 1818 and Samuel Laing a notable travel publisher and translator 1780- 1868. Their daddy Robert Laing planted the tree, that will be one of the numerous things in Albert Street and appears outside Laing House.
Laing residence is perfectly situated in the heart of Kirkwall and a great base. We are simply a quick walk through the many superb restaurants, taverns, cafés, shops and historic destinations and tend to be just minutes away from the coach and ferry terminals, which offer a fantastic solution for explorers among you.
This large residence advantages from spacious areas as well as 2 en-suite visitor bedrooms, each are separately and stylishly decorated. When you look at the comfortable lounge/ living area you'll find an array of books and maps regarding the area to help you plan your tours of Orkney. We provide free Wi-Fi and personal off-road parking. Our hearty breakfast is supported into the dining area, where you could select a range of in your area sourced produce.
Costs for us room can be found upon request.
We anticipate fulfilling both you and tend to be confident you will carry home warm and pleased thoughts of one's see and Orkney area knowledge.
- Ensuite bathtub and/or shower, all bed rooms
- Hairdryer in bed room
- Television available
- Tea/coffee making facilities in bedrooms
- DVD player available
- Private parking
- Loaded lunches by arrangement
- Vegan diet plans catered for on request
- Special food diets catered for on demand
- Quick pauses offered