What's near Kaya Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Orkney
If you have any interest in the archaeology of Orkney, then Kaya is the accommodation for you!
Kaya is located less than four miles from the ferry and less than two miles from archaeological sites such as the Ring of Brodgar, the Standing Stones of Stenness and Maeshowe, so you are quite literally staying amidst the neolithic sites of Orkney. Imagine being able to look out of your bedroom window or sitting in our patio, across to the ancient stone circles as the sun sets!
Also within 10 miles is the world-famous Neolithic village, Skara Brae, and within 20 miles, the Italian Chapel, built by italian prisoners of war, and the viking cathedral, St Magnus Cathedral. Dotted around Orkney, and close to Kaya Bed and Breakfast, you will find lovely beaches to explore, restaurants to enjoy local cuisine in and shops in which to buy souvenirs and gifts.
A mere stones throw from Kaya the keen fisherman will find fine trout lochs. Fishing in Orkney is free, but a subscription to the Orkney Trout Fishing Association for a small fee will ensure that the lochs are kept well stocked and will grant you access to lockers and other useful loch side facilities.
To get to Kaya Bed and Breakfast Accommodation take the A965 from either the Stromness, Kirkwall or St Margaret's Hope boat. Kaya Bed and Breakfast is located opposite Stenness loch and is signposted - up the same road as Linklater Engineering.
- Kaya Bed and Breakfast
- St Margaret's Hope
- The Ring of Brodgar
- Skara Brae
- The Standing Stones of
Stenness and Maes Howe
- The Broch of Gurness
- The Brough of Birsay
- The Italian Chapel
- The Old Man of Hoy