Hall of Heddle
Turriedale was originally restored in the late 90's as a family home. Orkneycrofts lightly refurbished the property in the Autumn of 2008.
Turriedale has a pleasing mixture of flag stones and pine floorboards, with a flagstone roof and exterior painted brilliant white. It features a traditional Rayburn oil fired cooker and central heating stove. Turriedale has spectacular westerly views over Heddle toward the West Mainland and Hoy, and a short walk to the east provides equally impressive views over the Bay of Firth toward Kirkwall.
It has been equipped with original farmhouse pine furniture and contains similar art and antiques as all the other houses.
A large open plan kitchen and dining area leads on the west side to a sumptuous and very comfortable big open living room. This room is a joy to be in with a full range of farmhouse furniture and delightful mix of original art and antiques. The modern world can be found if needed through the HDTV with integrated home theater system and WiFi Broadband.
The comfortable bedrooms (a twin and double) and traditional bathroom are off the kitchen on the east side with pine boards and furniture continuing the farmhouse style throughout. The Bathroom has a powerful shower in a fully tiled cubicle and large free standing cast-iron bath. Turriedale has a beautiful aspect with splendid views over the West Mainland. The garden area has been left wild and is not part of the more formal Heddle gardens.
- "Ensuite bath and/or shower room(s) in self catering unit"
- Hairdryer available
- Bed linen provided on request - free or hire
- Towels provided on request - free or hire
- Television available
- Satellite/cable TV
- Non-smoking establishment
- Laundry facilities on site
- Washing Machine
- DVD player available
- CD player available
- Private parking
- Property on working farm/croft
- Pets accepted by arrangement
- Ground floor bedrooms available
- Credit/debit cards accepted
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Short breaks available