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Wonderful Orcadian Hospitality

Eat & Drink with us!

Our Restaurant runs pop up foodie Winter events until the 1st March when it is open for evening meals, if we have an event planned we will contact any residents to let them know prior to their stay. Built in 1880 originally as a Herring Station and set in central Kirkwall, a stones throw away from independent shops. The interior was designed by Judith Glue and the renovation which meticulously re-cycles the old with the new, was lead by David Spence - the end result is true Orcadian Art and Style !

Luxury rooms in central Kirkwall

Stay with us on a luxury Bed and Continental Breakfast basis at reduced rates up until Mid March 2021 - please book direct with us online and take advantage of our one day cancellation policy, no charges are made on your card until you stay with us.

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
  • 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