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Visiting Skara Brae Skara Brae is a beautiful and historic archaeological site located on the west coast of Scotland, near Orkney. This unique Neolithic settlement has been around for more than 5000 years and offers visitors an unforgettable experience with its preserved stone dwellings that remain largely as they were found in 1850 by local villagers who uncovered them after a storm blew away part of an ancient mound. The structures are believed to have served as homes, workshops or communal...

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Visiting Stenness

Exploring the charming village of Stenness is a must for anyone looking to experience the best that Scottish life has to offer. As one of Scotland’s most secluded villages, it offers visitors an incredible mix of attractions and landscapes that cater for every type of traveller. From its dramatic cliffs which line the shores along with rich birdlife, fishing boats out at sea and seals sunbathing on the rocks - there’s nothing quite like experiencing this spectacular part from Britain first-hand! 

The area around Stenness also holds many more surprises too; take a short drive inland where you can explore ancient standing stones dating back almost 5000 years or journey further south where you will find plentiful lochs alongside some stunning natural walking routes – perfect if your planning on taking in as much views as possible during your stay. It's worth noting not too many hotels within easy reach such www.stay4you.com booking portal are available so it shouldn't be hard finding somewhere comfortable spend those chilly evenings after hours exploring The Orkney Islands' amazing historical sites such Maeshowe or Skara Brae Barrow Cemetery . 

Another great thing about staying here is going offshore into what seems another world away from everything else; Off shore lies memorable places like Inganess Bay , Hoy Island & Yesnaby Castle with historic trees This makes our adventure even richer by getting closer look inside Scotland land before reaching towns island culture beyond simply being close enough Highland Coast


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Travelers, it’s time to plan your next getaway with a visit to the scenic village of Stenness! Located in Scotland's picturesque Orkney Islands, this delightful hamlet is full of history and breathtaking natural beauty. From its ancient standing stones that stand guard over mysterious burial chambers to verdant fields full of sheep and cows, travelers can immerse themselves in nature while taking a break from their everyday lives. 

As part of researching what makes Stenness such an attractive travel destination, I wanted to review all aspects: places for accommodation; dining options; shopping locations as well as outdoor activities available nearby. Upon investigation I found out that you'd definitely need more than one day here – there are so many things on offer! Firstly -accommodation choices range from camping sites or local B&Bs which provide great value for money combined with stunning views across the surrounding countryside and coastline. Eating venues include traditional pubs where you'll find hearty meals made up mostly locally sourced produce like smoked salmon caught fresh off the coast along with plenty other delicious fish dishes . Shopping opportunities abound around town whether you're looking for souvenirs at any number shops selling handmade crafts or if clothing items take your fancy then check out The Boutique located right near Kirkwall harbour-selling unique designer garments and accessories imported direct from Norway & Sweden worth checking out! Last but not least: let us not forget about those who love active pursuits, there are endless possibilities.

Top Attractions In And Around Stenness

Are you looking for the perfect place to explore Scotland’s natural beauty? Stenness, located in Orkney Islands is an ideal destination. Here one will find a variety of attractions and activities that range from history and archaeology to bird watching or simply strolling through nature. From its winding coastal paths offering breathtaking views out over Caribbean-blue seas, this area has something for everyone creating unforgettable experiences no matter what your preference may be! 

The most popular attraction within Stenness are The Standing Stones of Sainteness: four mysterious stones set upright on the mainland near the sea stack known as Old Man O'Storr with some reaching up 20 feet high - believed by many experts to have been erected 5000 years ago during Neolithic times! While visiting here don’t forget about Ring Of Brodgar – another circle of stone which dates back more than 4000 years surrounded by mounds & ditches making it a great spot for exploring further ancient wonders; visitors can also join guided tours learning all there is knowing about these historical ruins while taking stunning photos along their journey too! 

Another must see site worth checking out at Stenessis Skara Brae Village where 8 houses carved into sandstone walls provide insight into prehistoric life dating back 5500 BCE – discover tools used 7000 years ago then step inside replicas recreating village feeling full on adventure awaits!. Meanwhile if birds appeal head down towards North Hill Nature Reserve boasting thousands found including Arctic terns puff.

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