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A wonderful dining experience in a wonderful location. Beautiful presentation of fresh locally sourced fish dishes. You will find the hosts warm and welcoming with an equally warm and relaxing home to welcome you. Unpretentious home cooking delivered to the table with great style incorporating...More
Eastward Guest House is surely a one off ! Hosting at its superlative best . Enormous thought and care goes into the guest experience to the extent that the tiniest of details receive attention. The food is a labour of love and great care is...More
It's a converted church, which is pretty cool and the rooms are well thought out with comfy beds, plump duvets and pillows, with USB sockets, Wi-Fi and communal areas where you can chill out or use the PC/ printer if you need. The Japanese food...More
This could be a five star hotel with the ensuite rooms and guest lounge over looking the sea between S Ronaldsay and the mainland of Scotland. If you are going to stay, even for a short while, you better book for dinner as well. Apart...More
we stayed at eastward house for 2 nights in july 2016. the japanese dinner was amazing and healthy and delicious breakfast was fantastic. as it was a brief stay before leaving the island from the pentland ferries, we could not fully enjoy more of what...More
I would like to visiting your restaurant recently.
would you mind tell me when you open the restaurant?
2 February 2017|
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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.
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"you need to book dinners well in advance otherwise you won’t get them."