Standing Stones Hotel

Address: Stenness, Stenness, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, KW16 3JX, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Stenness, Stenness, is near Maes Howe, Pier Arts Centre, Earl's Bu, and Dwarfie Stane.
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    Travel Blogs from Stenness

    Inverness - Orkney islands

    A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... Chapel built by the Italian POW ( hence its name). A wonderful day came to an end & by 6pm we were back & onto ferry to John O Groats mainland. Onto coach & our 3 hour trip back to Inverness stopping to pick up sandwiches that were pre ordered for our tea in Wick. We had prime front row seats thinking we would be able to take dome wonderful photos. Was not to be as the weather turned bad with wind & rain at times. Arrived in ...

    Ferry Time!

    A travel blog entry by tthomas1170 on May 05, 2015

    19 photos

    ... payment for his daughter marrying James III of Scotland in 1468. When the payment was not made, Scotland claimed control of the islands. My fascination with this area is mainly due to the numerous and best preserved Neolithic and Viking archaeological finds that document a civilization prospering there over 5,000 years ago. Can you tell I am a history nut? As there are no trees on the island I will be on, I am expecting high winds and ...

    Scotland Motor Homing Part 2!!!

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 20, 2014

    ... and cycling events on the outside of the paddock and in the middle they had the heavy weight events, which went for the whole day. They had the hammer throw, shot put, bell throw and the tossing of the Caber. The bell throw consisted of throw a weight up and over a high jump bar. They actually compared it to throwing an 11year old child over a double decker bus. The caber was a telegraph pole that you had to throw end over end and get as close as possible to 12 o'clock ...

    Stone Age Structures In Orkney Islands

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 11, 2014

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    Relatively early start today – our tour was scheduled to begin at 8:10 AM. We went on a tour arranged by Suzan Czoschke with Orkney Uncovered Tours. Our tour guide was Kinlay Francis. It was a beautiful day – sunny, but a bit windy. Our first stop was Skara Brae, a 5000 year old Neolithic (New Stone Age) village discovered on the island. Archeologists say the village of 50 to 100 people had been inhabited ...

    Day twenty - Back to mainland

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on May 13, 2014

    ... plenty of time to spare. The ferry over to mainland was the same route as the one we came to the island on. We arrived to mainland early evening and began our long drive towards Mellon Udrigle stopping for fuel, supplies, and John O'Groats (England's "highest" point). We were due to arrive in Mellon Udrigle after midnight, but ended up stopping earlier at a lay-by for the ...