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It's a lovely walk along a stream through a wood, it's quite unusual for the island. We went on a wet and windy day. The trees do help to protect you from the elements. Our dog liked it to but be warned there isn't a...More
In many years of visiting Orkney we'd never even heard of this place until a friend told me about it and then I found these reviews. Not easy to find as it's not signposted, it's hidden away and very quiet and peaceful and hopefully will...More
Little late review, we visited in May when the bluebells bloomed and the trees turned green.
This is a true pearl to visit. The beauty, calm and magic of this place will stay with you long after you get home.
If I ever go back...More
Took my wife and two children to happy valley at Easter time and was disappointed at what it had become. The trees are nice but quite a lot of work is needed to get this back to its former glory. No fish eating cheese etc....More
Very beautiful garden to see sat behind a lovely little cottage (sadly empty and a little unloved right now). The garden was full of beautiful flowers following paths around the trees and waterfall. Really is a hidden gem on Orkney and a must see for...More
Lovely short walk in the valley of this charming wood, running with the stream. Volunteers manitain the site. The house of the same name has been restored but no access to see inside. Bluebells in spring are particularly lovely. Paths are muddy in wet weather....More
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happy valley is in stenness. the post code is KW16 3LA. if you are travelling from kirkwall to stromness in the main road, watch for Maeshowe and go past this when a crossroad appears not long after with the right turn... More
happy valley is in stenness. the post code is KW16 3LA. if you are travelling from kirkwall to stromness in the main road, watch for Maeshowe and go past this when a crossroad appears not long after with the right turn saying standing stones take the left turn instead and follow the road till you arrive.