Skeld Böd - SkeldThe Skeld böd and has been converted from its original function as the local shop with considerable care and attention to detail. Situated in the thriving village of Skeld it sits right above the marina within a stones throw of the sea. An ideal location for exploring Shetland’s west side.
Opening Times1st March – 31st October.
Sleeps: 6 in bunk beds in 1 common room.
Hot water heater, shower and solid fuel fire.
Please note that electricity is provided by a coin meter which accepts £1 and £2 coins. Guests are required to pay for their own electricity.
Fetlar is known as the “Garden of Shetland” and Aithbank boasts a wonderful location with sea views and a beach only a few metres away.
Betty Mouat's BodBetty Mouats Bod
The böd is next door to a recently excavated broch and handy for Shetland's main airport and the Fair Isle ferry.
Johnnie NotionsJohnnie Notions Böd
This böd offers cheap, self catering accommodation in a traditional building at the north-western tip of the Shetland Mainland.
Skeld bodSkeld Böd
Situated in the thriving village of Skeld it sits right above the marina within a stones throw of the sea.
The Grieve HouseThe Grieve House
This böd offers economy, self catering accommodation in a traditional building on the island of Whalsay on the east coast of Shetland.
The Sail LoftThe Sail Loft
The largest of our böds stands between the tideline and a handy bakery, in an idyllic village setting at the head of a mini-fjord.
The Windhouse LodgeThe Windhouse Lodge
This is our best-equipped böd and a perfect base for touring the North Isles of Shetland.