Woodwick House

Address: Woodwick, Evie, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, KW17 2PQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Woodwick, Evie, is near Italian Chapel, Broch of Gurness, and Cubbie Roo's Castle.
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      Travel Blogs from Evie

      The 21st Century Christmas!

      A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Nov 25, 2014

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      ... I think that granddad was more excited than I was. He was out the door and through the window of the posties car window before I was even off the couch. I immediately set it up and of course it didn't work. I phoned the helpline and as it turns out our internet didn't go live until Friday. I then suffered much frustration all weekend with the Internet as it would turn on and then cut out and the turn on etc etc etc. It was very frustrating! I finally phoned ...

      Don't Mention Zee War !!

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 23, 2014

      3 comments

      ... which has a specific enzyme in its liver that enables it to tolerate the alginates in seaweed, but makes it intolerant of excessive grass consumption. The sheep die from copper toxicity if they get onto pasture for too long. The islanders do not slaughter the lambs, but the mutton is lean and has a distinctive flavour, hence the 'special' meal last night. And, yes, it was: exactly as described.

      With Jen's professional background and having been raised on a sheep property, ...

      Hi, Ho. Where's Hoy!

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 19, 2014

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      ... grass mound on an otherwise flat plain. The entranceway is a tunnel around 30' long, perhaps 4' high and 5' wide. The walls of entranceway are solid, constructed of what is called locally 'flagstone' (sedementary mud/siltstone) blocks, which support the ceiling blocks, each rock segment being estimated to weigh around 3 tonnes. At the end of the entrance way, the central chamber would be around 15x15', and around 25 ft high. Tomb robbers broke into the broch in antiquity ...

      Day nineteen - The amazing Scara Brae

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on May 12, 2014

      Our morning began with breakfast looking out on our lovely spot followed by a walk around the village of Stromness. We visited a few different arts and crafts stores, and Matt even helped a lady with a computer issue resulting in a gift of 4 fresh eggs. We met some lovely people here. After having lunch on the harbour we began to explore the remainder of the island. - Maeshowe: This stop was made ...

      Day Seven

      A travel blog entry by jan-marie on Jul 25, 2013

      ... is freezing cold with sleet and mist everywhere - why anyone would live there is beyond me. However if you are born there, that's what you know I guess..! I think I need an early night tonight. We leave tomorrow I think for Glassgow? I need to check the ...