- Peerie Shop Cafe
The Peerie Shop Cafe , situated on the Lerwick waterfront, serves Shetlands best food and drink. Coffees, teas, soups, salads, snacks, sandwiches and home made cakes hit the spot in a stylish, friendly atmosphere, or - on good days - at our street tables...read more »
- Busta House Hotel
Busta House is a perfect setting for holidays and celebrations of all kinds, blending history, romance and intimacy with an attention to detail which makes for perfection.
Rooms with Character
Choose your accommodation from one of our 22 individually ...read more »
- Shetland Wildlife Tours
When searching for the best adventure, we recommend choosing a company that shares your spirit! Would you prefer to spend a day at the souvenir shop or sit quietly watching a family of Otters at play? Would you rather travel with a 'pack of tourists' or b...read more »
- Shetland Hotel
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 ro...read more »
- Shetland Museum
The Shetland Museum has a thriving programme of local contemporary art in its back gallery. These exhibitions normally change every three weeks. The museum has a policy of making the gallery available for anyone and does not prejudge or select exhibitions...read more »
- Muness Castle
Muness Castle is a late 16th century stone Z-plan tower house, founded by Laurence Bruce of Cultmalindie. With circular towers at diagonally opposite corners and a main block of three storeys and formerly a garret, this is the northernmost castle in the B...read more »
- Selkie Charters
Despite being at 60 degrees north, we have the Gulf Stream which ensures that our waters are a lot warmer than the waters surrounding other countries on the same latitude. Shetland has the Atlantic on one side and the North Sea on the other giving us the ...read more »
- Sumburgh Lighthouse (2013-02-27)
Sumburgh Lighthouse invites you to come enjoy Shetland in your very own private lighthouse, and the oldest one in Shetland. Available through Shetland Lighthouse Holidays, this lighthouse accommodation is a self catering dream situated above the precipitous Sumburgh Head cliffs at the southernmost point of mainland Shetland. Enjoy four bedrooms able to accommodate up to 7 people, a lounge, fully equipped kitchen with dining table and chairs and basic supplies, a bathroom and incredible views. Come immerse yourself in pure nature, and explore the headland, as tens of thousands of seabirds fascinate including the entertaining puffins. With breathtaking views of Shetland this is also the perfect whale watching spot with regular sightings of Killer and Minke Whales and Harbour Porpoises as well as Grey Seals.read more »
- Kveldsro House Hotel
The Kveldsro, which is Norse for "Evening Peace", opened as a hotel in April 1969 and underwent a total refurbishment in 1993 transforming it into Shetland's most luxorious hotel offering a standard the discerning traveller or holiday maker expects.
The ...read more »
- The Phoenix Restaurant
Founded in the Herrislea House Hotel The Phoenix Restaurant is open Monday to Saturday 6.30pm to 8.45pm. We specialise in using our meats grown on our family crofts. We grow our own Shetland Lamb and Shetland Beef. Complement this with local seafood, loca...read more »