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Four Star grading awarded to our holiday accommodation.

January 10, 2018

After extensive refurbishment over winter, we are really pleased to announce that our two unique Self-Catering Apartments have been awarded a strong four star by Visit Scotland's Quality Assurance scheme. We have now been open for guests to stay since April 1st, and the feedback so far has been fantastic. We are so proud to be able to offer such high quality accommodation within the beautiful setting of Skaill Bay,...

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Seasonal Vacancies at Skaill House

January 19, 2017

This coming season we have several opportunities to join the team here at Skaill House. The details of the vacancies are as follows: Seasonal Visitor Assistant Vacancies  This role involves greeting visitors to Skaill House, providing a high standard of customer service, working in the gift shop, and general upkeep of the house. The applicant should be enthusiastic and confident, have a welcoming manner, an interest in history, and excellent communication skills.  Previous...

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'Gnoss' Acoustic set at Skaill House

November 29, 2016

Join us on Wednesday December 21st, for an intimate evening of wonderful acoustic music from acclaimed Orcadian duo 'Gnoss'. Tickets are £10 on the door, including a complementary glass of mulled wine and a mince pie. Doors open at 7pm for a 7:30 start, and numbers are limited so reservations are advised. Call 01856 841501, or email info@skaillhouse.co.uk, to reserve your place. "Gnoss is the award-winning project from Graham...

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Skaill House 'ghostly' open day

October 13, 2016

On Saturday November 5th we will be holding a free, post-Halloween, open day. Between 10.30am and 3.30pm you can explore the rooms of our reputedly haunted house and its grounds. 'spooky' guided tours (now fully booked) will be held at 11.30am and 3pm, allowing visitors access to some of the spookiest parts of the House not normally open to the public. Visitors can meet the birds of Prey at Skaill...

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