May opening times for our Restaurant

We are serving lunch, Evening Meals Cakes & Drinks every Friday and Saturdays 12pm -8pm or if you prefer to eat at home you can order our "Tak Hid Home" Menu with collection times between 4.30pm and 8pm .
On Thurs 20th, Friday 21st, Sat 22nd and Thurs 27th Friday 28th, Sat 29th May we will open for Evening meals from 5.30pm - 10pm and lunch .
Cakes & Hot Drinks served 12pm -3pm every Friday and Saturday.
From the 1st June we will be open 5 nights a week Tues - Sat with lunches Friday & Saturday

Luxury rooms

Book direct online with us and receive our "Judith Glue" Shopping 15% discount card on arrival

FACILITIES WITHIN THE ROOMS

  • Lift
  • Free WiFi throughout building
  • USB points in all rooms
  • En Suite Rooms
  • Double ended Bath Tub in Superior Rooms
  • Rainfall Showers in all Rooms
  • Magnifying Mirrors in Superior Rooms
  • Ironing Facilities in Superior Rooms
  • Underfloor heating in all bathrooms
  • Complementary Toiletries
  • Large Fluffy Bath Towels
  • Heated Towel Rail
  • Mist Free Light Up Wall Mirror
  • Luxurious Bathrobes
  • Hair-dryer
  • Egyptian Cotton sheets
  • Super King Size Double/Twin Beds
  • Reading Lights
  • Long work bench in Superior and Luxury Rooms
  • Original Orkney Artwork
  • Electric Velux Windows in Top Floor Rooms
  • Comfortable Chair
  • Lounge Chair in superior rooms
  • Heavy Velvet and Tweed Black Out Curtains
  • Large Flat Screen Smart TV
  • Tea pigs Tea ,Coffee, Orkney Shortbread
  • Bottled Orkney Tap Water
  • Fresh Milk always available
  • Phone
  • Children's Bed available for Superior Rooms
  • Juliet Balcony in Hrossey and Rackwick
  • All spaces non smoking
  • Free on street parking
  • 15% Judith Glue Discount Card for all guests

About Us

In 2011 Judith and David bought 'The Old Store' - a historic B Listed Building. Originally they used it as a storage area for their business Judith Glue Shop and The Real Food Cafe.

Previous to that George Leonard had used it as a print works and stationery storage. It was built around 1880 as a Herring and Pork curing station and a salt store, little had been done to the building and it still retains its original internal timbers some of which were salvaged from ship wrecked tall ships.

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The Storehouse Restaurant with Rooms, Bridge Street Wynd, Kirkwall, KW15 1JD, Orkney, Scotland