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St Ola Hotel

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A popular retreat for weary travellers and thirsty locals, this traditional Orkney hotel has good food and comfortable, friendly bars. E.mail: enquiries@stolahotel.co.uk

Helgi’s

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Traditional cosy pub where you can put the world to rights over a drink. The food is good too and no matter what time of day, there always seems to be a corner with your name on it. E.mail: info@helgis.co.uk

The Auld Motor Hoose

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Friendly, motoring themed traditional pub. Once a coaching stop in the horse drawn days, The Auld Motor Hoose offers a wide range of beverages, coffees and snacks.

The Creel Inn

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Food is prepared with originality, flair and imagination. Modern cooking with a hint of Orcadian influence. “Taste of Orkney” member E.mail: alan@thecreel.freeserve.co.uk