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Odin in winter sunlight
Stunning self-catering home with separate rod room and summerhouse
Outstanding fishing location and birdwatchers paradise
Spectacularly located between Harray Loch and Stenness Loch

Situated in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Heart of Neolithic Orkney
The Standing Stones of Stenness, Barnhouse Neolithic Village and the Watch Stone are on the doorstep. The internationally acclaimed Ness of Brodgar and the Ring of Brodgar are up the road. Maeshowe chambered cairn is less than one mile away.
Odin is situated in the centre of the West Mainland and local amenities including dining at The Standing Stones Hotel, local shop, Post Office, petrol pumps and garage are all within one mile in Stenness village.

Linen is supplied and electricity is included. The house has electric central heating and an open peat burning fire in the sitting room. There is ample parking space in front of the house for several cars.

Odin has Wi-Fi, radios, TVs and iPod docks in every room and an extensive library of books, maps and binoculars.

We try to provide dates to suit our client's needs as far as possible. In particular we do not insist on Saturday-to-Saturday lets.

Aurora Borealis at the Standing Stones with Odin in between the stones, photo by John Wishart

 



The house was built in 1936 by a Captain Cooper, a retired master mariner, who wanted to see water from each room in the house.  It was constructed using wood from the Cunard liner RMS Mauretania.  Some of the original fittings are still in evidence in the kitchen, hallway and a wooden seat in the front porch.






Contact Olive Taylor
olivetaylor@btinternet.com

Mobile: 07801 350945

Odin
Stenness
Orkney
KW16 3JZ

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