Voe House - WallsOverlooking the picturesque village of Walls, Voe House Böd is a fascinating building which has been carefully restored using recycled building materials. The original building,adjoining the böd and now derelict, is thought to have been a 16th century manse. The böd itself probably dates from the mid 18th century and the kitchen area was once a cycle shop
1st March - 31st October.
*Note: bedroom 3 is used to access bedroom 4.
Hot water heater, shower, solid fuel fire, kettle, compact cooker with grill, oven and 2 hotplates. Toilet.
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.
Panoramic VR of the outside of the Voe House Böd » Panoramic VR of the inside of the Voe House Böd »
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