Some of our suggested accommodation in Shetland.
Breiview Guest House, Lerwick
Breiview is a friendly, family guest house in a quiet area of Lerwick overlooking Breiwick Bay 20 minutes walk from the town centre. There are 8 en-suite bedrooms, most on the ground floor, located in either the main guest house or their newly renovated house next door. Free WiFi and private car parking. Breiview is a very nice and comfortable base near a sandy beach with coastal walks nearby.
Rockvilla Guest House, central Lerwick
Graded ADD Here stars B&B (Gold) by VisitScotland
Victorian villa in Lerwick with 2 spacious family en-suite rooms on first floor (both have Double & Single beds); 1 Double room on 2nd floor. Foldaway bed available for additional child in Family rooms.
Eddlewood Guest House, Lerwick
Graded ADD Here stars B&B by VisitScotland
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Fort Charlotte Guest House, Lerwick, FORTCH
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Alder Lodge Guest House, Lerwick
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Drumquin Guest House, Brae, north mainland
Converted Victorian schoolhouse with 8 en-suite rooms. Dining room & lounge area, licensed, lunch & evening meals.
Hayhoull B&B, Brake, Bigton, south mainland
Rated 4 stars by Scottish Tourist Board
Located in south mainland, 5 minutes walk from the very scenic St Ninian’s sands.
2 double ensuite rooms and 1 twin room & 1 double (family) room with shared bathroom
Bo’s B&B, Walls, Burrastow
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Pinewood House, Island of Yell
Pinewood House is a family run bed and breakfast situated on the east side of the northern Island of Yell, 20 minutes drive from both ferry terminals (regular ferries connect Yell to mainland Shetland and also to the northern Island of Unst). There is a guest lounge with open fire and comfy sofas and a stunning sea view looking out to the Island of Fetlar. Breakfast and a 3 course evening meal available. There are 3 bedrooms on the first floor (2 doubles & 1 twin), all with en-suite showers. Two of the most spectacular beaches in the whole of Shetland are found on Yell, which also offers very good chance of spotting otters.
Gord B&B, Island of Fetlar
A warm welcome at this family home offering imaginative good home cooking. Superb sea views over Wick of Tresta from all bedrooms, which are all ground floor with ensuite facilites. 4 miles from the ferries to Yell and Unst.
Prestegaard B&B, Island of Unst
A welcoming and spacious Victorian house at the south end of Unst. Excellent sea views, five minutes drive from the ferry to Yell, near bus stop and two miles from Muness Castle. Home cooking generously served. Friendly atmosphere. Unst is the most northerly island in Britain with Muckle Flugga the most northerly tip
We recommend advance table reservations are made for dinner in a hotel or local restaurant.