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Budget hotels & hostels
Busta House Hotel
Genteel, characterful Busta House has a long, sad history and inevitable rumours of a (friendly) ghost...
The Kveldsro House Hotel
Lerwick's best hotel overlooks the harbour and has a quiet but central setting. It’s a dignified small set-up that will appeal to older visitors or couples...
Saxa Vord Hostel
This former RAF base is not the most atmospheric lodging, but the barracks-style rooms offer great value...
Herrislea House Hotel
We will warmly welcome you at our country location, just a 10-minute drive from Lerwick, where you will be at the centre of Shetland, and the centre of our attention...
The Lerwick Hotel
Modern & well equipped hotel 10 minutes walk from the town centre, nestling on the shore of Breiwick Bay. This attractive hotel is well equipped for the modern traveller and close to local amenities...
Fort Charlotte Self Catering
Situated in the centre of Lerwick, Fort Charlotte Self Catering offers three-bedroom apartment with free WiFi. Dating back to 1886, the property is just opposite Lerwick Harbour...
The Shetland Hotel
Situated in Lerwick, Shetland's main town, the Shetland Hotel provides an ideal base for all your requirements. Lerwick is Shetland's capital, and is itself a busy cosmopolitan and charismatic harbour town full of history...
Alder Lodge Guest House
This stone former bank is a delightful place to stay. Imbued with a sense of space and light, the rooms are large and very well furnished, with good en suites, fridges, and DVD player...
Eshaness & Hillswick
Follow the puffin signpost a mile short of Hillswick to find the most wonderful welcome in Shetland...
Fort Charlotte Guesthouse
Sheltering under the fortress walls, this friendly place offers summery en suite rooms, including great singles. Views down the pedestrian street are on offer in some; sloping ceilings and oriental touches add charm to others...
This 35-bed hostel is very clean, has most spacious dorms with lockers, family rooms, a garden, an elegant lounge and a wee conservatory dining area with great bay views. You can camp here too. The bus stops right outside...
One of Shetland's best, this energetically run waterfront place has very stylish rooms featuring sheepskins, local tweeds and other fabrics and views over the harbour...
Brightly decorated, commodious rooms – some bigger than others – inside the building are complemented by wooden chalets arrayed around the lawn...
This historic 18th-century Georgian country house, on the left as you leave Unst's southern ferry terminal, has been restored to provide luxurious self-catering accommodation for eight to twelve people...
Betty Mouat’S Camping Böd
This is a simple and comfortable hostel run by the Shetland Amenity Trust, with peat fire (£5 a bag), power and decent hot-water bathrooms.
Braewick Cafe & Caravan Park
Eshaness & Hillswick
Decent tent pitches and tasty light meals served in a cafe (Thursday to Monday, dishes £3 to £10) with stunning views over St Magnus Bay and its weird and wonderful rock formations, are on offer here...
This staffless place – pick up the keys from the restaurant on the corner – offers attractive rooms with great bathrooms and harbour views. There's a posh self-catering apartment also. Continental breakfast is left in the fridge in your room.
Clickimin Caravan & Camp Site
Clickimin is a small and tidy park with good grassy sites overlooking a small loch. There’s a laundry and shower block, and there's a leisure centre with pool and more as part of the complex. It's on the main A970 road in the west of town.
Clingera Guest House
This is one of the best places to stay on the island. It has affable hosts and huge, immaculate rooms with en suites. The twin has a separate sitting room and is terrific value. The owners also rent out a couple of self-catering croft houses.
Drumquin Guest House
Drumquin Guest House is a large, laid-back place with good rooms (mix of en suite and shared bathrooms) and chilled hosts. Breakfast is served in a light-flooded conservatory.
Eddlewood Guest House
Cheerfully run, this sound selection has spacious, very well-kept en suite rooms, some with limited sea views. The beds offer plenty of space to stretch out in, and the showers might just be Shetland’s finest.
Here's a spot where you can immerse yourself in Shetland, with 360º panoramas out to rose-coloured cliffs and endless sea. Perfect for families, there's walking and wildlife-watching all around this self-catering option...
Fair Isle Lodge & Bird Observatory
The smart new bird observatory offers good accommodation in en suite rooms. Rates include full board, and there are free guided walks and other bird-related displays and activities.