Aith Bank - FetlarThe böd at Aithbank on the island of Fetlar was once home to a legendary local storyteller Jamsie Laurenson and is ideally placed for visiting the RSPB reserve on the island where you can view the only breeding site for Red Necked Phalarope in the British Isles. 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.
Opening Times1st March – 31st October.
Sleeps: 7 in 2 common rooms.
Bedroom 1 (upper floor): sleeps 3.
Bedroom 2 (upper floor): sleep 4.
Shower, hot water heater, crockery, basic cooking utensils, fridge, microwave, kettle, compact cooker with grill, oven and 2 hotplates. Seating area with solid fuel stove. External access toilet - suitable for disabled guests.
Please note that electricity is provided by a coin meter which accepts £1.00 coins only. Guests are required to pay for their own electricity.
Note: Travelling to Fetlar requires a ferry journey.
Rates are £12 per bed, per night
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.
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