Stromness Businesses

Billia Croo Bed & Breakfast

Seona Dunsmuir

Billia Croo, Innertown, Stromness

Tel: 01856 851195



Opening Times

8am - 10pm


Billia Croo B&B is located on the first stretch of the mainland you will see as the ferry comes round past the Old Man of Hoy into Stromness.

Our guest suite of three rooms consists of a double, twin or triple bedroom, private bathroom with shower and a breakfast room with comfortable seating: a private space in which to make yourselves at home, from your window there are magical views out to the garden and the sea beyond.

Breakfasts are served from 8.00am until 10.00am (we can of course be flexible if you have an early start due to travel arrangements): Continental with fresh fruit salad and yoghurt, homemade and speciality breads and bere bannocks with Orkney jams and honey, cereals or porridge... or cooked - the 'full Orkney' to keep you going all day long! Our meat sourced from E. Flett, the local butcher, is widely regarded as the best in the land but there is also a variety of vegetarian options on offer - we are proud to serve you our home grown veg fresh from the garden whenever possible!

Billia Croo is perfectly positioned to take advantage of Orkney’s rich natural heritage, making it the perfect destination for birdwatchers and nature lovers alike. There are dramatic coastal and hill walks on your doorstep and a beautiful beach nearby.

Going west from the house along the coast road you quickly reach the popular West Coast Walk. Climbing up onto the high cliffs of the Black Craig the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean as far as the eye can see will take your breath away. It is an invigorating way to begin your holiday, especially on a windy day!

The cliff path will take you to Yesnaby and on to Skaill Bay where you'll find the famous neolithic village of Skara Brae, part of the ‘Heart of Neolithic Orkney’ UNESCO World Heritage Site. Further inland, the site also includes Maeshowe burial chamber, The Standing Stones of Stenness, The Ring of Brodgar and just recently excavated, The Ness of Brodgar. This is said to be a stone age temple 800 years older than Stonehenge in England, and was featured on the BBC2 documentary ‘A History of Ancient Britain’, with presenter Neil Oliver. These sites can be reached by car within 15 minutes.

Featured services:

  • Ample free parking on site
  • Unlimited wi-fi broadband
  • Packed lunches available
  • All day breakfast facility
  • Availability Calendar on enquiries page of our website.

A warm Orkney welcome awaits!