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I don't use the word exceptional very much in reviews, only for places that go very much beyond what you would expect of a guest house. I am certainly applying it to Patrick and Keiko's Eastward House. It is located on S. Ronaldsay to the...More
For the first night of a week's holiday in Orkney, my father booked our party of five a table at the Missing Bell at Eastwood House to celebrate my step-mother's birthday. Expecting to be among a larger group at the regular supper club, we were...More
As everyone else has already said, this is an exceptional place in every respect - the warm welcome, spotless accommodation, generous hospitality, everything. But what makes it super special is the cuisine. Patrick and Weiko put so much thought, love, care, planning and hard work...More
Well not quite, but astonishing none the less. A snap-shot. Imagine a breakfast that starts with a simple bowl of fresh fruit, prepared minutes earlier and excuisitely cut by hand containing at least 6 or more varieties. I have had fresh fruit for breakfast all...More
We arrived as guests and left as friends! What a special place and family to make our stay so memorable! The breakfasts were only surpassed by the meal of a lifetime- the Tokyo dinner. We have never experienced such a exquisite meal! We hope to...More
Response from Jeanine G | Reviewed this property |
Patrick and Keiko have just returned from a trip to Japan. Please call them at Eastward Guesthouse to see when they're opening for the season. We can't recommend them highly enough as hosts, and their food is... More
Patrick and Keiko have just returned from a trip to Japan. Please call them at Eastward Guesthouse to see when they're opening for the season. We can't recommend them highly enough as hosts, and their food is simply out of this world.