Situated on the remote and beautiful northern shore of North Ronaldsay, the former Lighthouse Keepers’ Cottages offer visitors a year-round, high-end, self-catering accommodation.
The North Ronaldsay Trust is working to preserve the Old Beacon as a monument that will continue to inspire and educate future generations of North Ronaldsay islanders and visitors. You can become a partner in this effort by making a generous donation to the Old Beacon Project.
Grade A listed and over 180 years old, the Sheep Dyke is the longest freestanding drystone structure consisting of a single entity in the World. Severe storm damage has left sections of the dyke in need of urgent repair, and The North Ronaldsay Trust is raising funds to pinpoint and restore areas in need of rebuilding.
The North Ronaldsay Trust has embarked on an ambitious project to enable both the Old and New Kirks to become renewed centres for Island life, buildings where islanders and visitors alike can understand the past, present, and future of life on North Ronaldsay.
With the aim of making the Island an International Dark Skies site, North Ronaldsay is planning a Learning Centre as part of the Kirks Project, focused on observations of the Universe.
Only four miles long and one mile wide, North Ronaldsay offers visitors an ideal day of leisurely cycling. The North Ronaldsay Trust is pleased to provide bicycle hire to visitors.
The North Ronaldsay Sheep Festival is a working holiday like no other: the opportunity to discover a new skill or further an existing ability while helping to conserve and preserve a piece of living history.
North Ronaldsay has long offered golfers one of the most picturesque and remote golf courses in all of Scotland.
Progress on rebuilding the sheepdyke!
Something about the new members are and what it is for and how it will be used.