Hotels in Shetland

Scalloway Hotel, Scalloway, Mainland
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Scalloway Hotel    Scalloway    Mainland

The Scalloway Hotel is a family-run hotel on the waterfront of Shetland s ancient capital.just six miles from the main town of Lerwick.It offers compact.stylish bedrooms which showcase Shetland textiles through the use of locally-woven tweed and Shetland wool carpets.Bathrooms have been refurbished to a.high standard offering underfloor heating and power showers.Guests can dine in the bar or in the hotel s award-winning two AA rosette restaurant with both menus featuring local produce particularly Shetland lamb fish and shellfish.

Glen Orchy House, Lerwick
No pets

Glen Orchy House    Lerwick

Glen Orchy House. This unique building was built in 1904 when it served as a convent for the Episcopalian church and was known as the.House of charity . In the 1920 s the building became a rectory for Lerwick congregation of St Magnus church and remained thus until 1969 when it became privately owned. Glen Orchy House became a guest house in 1991 when it was carefully restored to create modern and welcoming accommodation whilst retaining the original style features and character of the building.

The Shetland Hotel, Lerwick
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The Shetland Hotel    Lerwick

Situated in Lerwick Shetland s main town the Shetland Hotel provides an ideal base for all your business or holiday requirements. Lerwick is Shetland s capital and is itself a busy cosmopolitan and charismatic harbour town full of history and year round activity.Ideal for the business guest who can take advantage of our central location and well equipped conference meeting rooms and office suite - or for the leisure traveller very convenient for the Holmsgarth Ferry Terminal spacious modern bedrooms and with two excellent restaurants to choose from.

Orca Country Inn, Sandwick, Mainland

Orca Country Inn    Sandwick    Mainland

The Orca is a boutique hotel situated in a beautiful rural setting nestling among mature trees at the head of Hoswick Bay. It lies halfway between Sumburgh to the South and Lerwick to the North on the East coast of Shetland. Whales which used to be hunted from this area now swim majestically past close to the shore and can regularly be seen by visitors.

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