The Peedie House is part of Gerraquoy Organic Farm and comprises a traditional Orcadian stone barn that has been converted into self-catering accommodation for 2 persons. It is only 800 metres from the sea and nearby beach and commands a superb view over Grimness Head and the RSPB island nature reserve of Copinsay, which may be enjoyed whilst relaxing in the large conservatory.
It has been converted to enable full disabled access, and a cot is available for couples with young families.
GOLD standard award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme.
All electricity used in the property is guaranteed 100% renewable.
Electric car chargepoint available.
Accommodation The Peedie House has been designed and constructed to the highest green tourism standards, to include:
Full disabled access provision.
Solar powered water heating, full roof and wall insulation, and under-floor heating.
Large conservatory, double bedroom, bathroom with shower and 1st class kitchen facilities.
Walkers and cyclists welcome.
As an integral part of our Orcadian Wildlife (see our website - click link) and Gerraquoy Organic Farm businesses we are also pleased to offer:
Excellent knowledge of Orkney's wildlife and 5,000 year old neolithic sites.
Day or half-day tours with Orcadian Wildlife at preferential rates.
Organic beef for sale produced on the farm from our small herd of native Shetland cattle.
(Very!) free-range eggs produced on the farm by our chickens.
Please telephone Steve or Sarah Sankey on 01856 831240 to enquire or book.