Eviedale Bistro & Bakehouse. Cottages & Camping
Visiting Orkney? Book to stay in one of our lovely cosy traditional cottages in the heart of Evie Village, on the West Mainland of Orkney. Or if you have your tent with you, book a stay on our peacful Campsite with views down towards Evie Beach or camp in our secluded site over the road. Why not try a spot of Eco Glamping with our fabulous 5m Bell Tent.
With our bistro on site there is no better place to stay while exploring all that Orkney has to offer.
Evie overlooks the Eynhallow sound with clear views over to the isle of Rousay and a stones throw from beautiful Aikerness Bay which boasts golden sands and shallow water, perfect for paddling in when the tide comes in, making this a great place to holiday with Children and dogs. At the east end of Aikerness Bay is the Broch of Gurness, one of the most outstanding surviving examples of an Iron Age settlement in the north of Scotland, one of the islands best kept secrets.
Discover Orcadian life over 2,000 years ago in the visitor centre which displays fascinating Iron Age artefacts.
Evie is on the main road and the North Sea Cycle route to the north of the island and the Brough of Birsay, and just over 10 miles to Skara Brae, we are only a 20 minute drive from both Stromness and Kirkwall, making this a great base for your Orkney holiday.
A warm welcome awaits!
Eviedale Bistro & Bakehouse
The Bistro is based in our beautiful old croft has a fantastic atmosphere, Specializing in hand shaped Soudough pizza baked to perfection in our wood fired oven, also serving our freshly made Sourdough bread, artisan coffee and a warm welcome for all with our multi fuel stove on cold, rainy days.
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A TENT WITH A VIEW !
Our wee campsite is basic with views down to Aikerness Bay or try our Glamping across the road in a more secluded spot. Tents and small campervans only (when there is space), unfortunately we do not have electrical hook ups or chemical waste facilities.
Dogs are welcome by arrangement but must be on leads at all times due to local wildlife, as we are close to farmland.