Make a trip to the isle of Eday and experience the hidden gem of Orkney. While it is only eight miles long, with no more than 150 residents, it has much to offer, particularly its unspoilt landscapes, expansive white sandy beaches, breath-taking cliffs and caves, an abundance of rare wildlife and rich fauna and many interesting historical landmarks. You will inevitably meet the locals in such a small place, enabling a real feel and understanding of how our community survives.

This is the perfect location if you wish to explore the rich natural and archaeological heritage of the Eday, or if you want to have fun with your kids and dogs on the beach. If you want to experience the underbelly of Orkney

Eday is definitely the isle to visit.

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by Sam, Martin, Julian on dale cottage orkney

Lovely cottage on a great island. We will definitely spread the word. Unusually we all would have liked more time talking with Anne - you make a fantastic host and ambassador.

by Chloe and Colin on dale cottage orkney

Lovely little house, beautiful island. Wish we had more time here. Thanks x

by Anthony, Sophie, Oli and Tash on dale cottage orkney

We've had a wonderful time. Four days was too short for Eday, we love the island and thank you so much for welcoming us so kindly. The house is very comfortable and we will recommend to anyone interested in visiting Orkney - and we may come back ourselves! The birdwatching was incredible - a snowy oil, hen harriers, short eared owls, merlins, godwits, teals and many more. And we were able to catch young Pollock at the pier. Thanks Anne xx

by ian, Maria and Dany, Milan on dale cottage orkney

Great time in a truly wonderful place. We are taking this as an 'introduction' to Eday and will be back! Thank you so much!

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