North Booth

3 Star

Westing, Unst, ZE2 9DL
Tel: 01343 860227
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Pets Welcome - Yes Hairdryer Available - Yes
STA Member Member of Shetland Tourism Association -
Sleeps 4

Adjacent to beach. Surrounded by sheltered garden. Open fire. Ideal for walking, fishing or watching birds, otters and fabulous sunsets. Peats available.

  • North Booth, Westing, UnstNorth Booth, Westing, Unst
  • Sunset at North Booth, WestingSunset at North Booth, Westing
  • Winter light on the beach near North BoothWinter light on the beach near North Booth
  • Rainbow over Broch Holm at North BoothRainbow over Broch Holm at North Booth
  • Excellent base for exploringExcellent base for exploring
  • Seals are common around WestingSeals are common around Westing
  • Ponies in surrounding fields of North BoothPonies in surrounding fields of North Booth
  • A goldcrest found in the North Booth gardenA goldcrest found in the North Booth garden
  • An otter passing by near North BoothAn otter passing by near North Booth
  • Puffin at WestingPuffin at Westing
  • Killer whale at Westing
  • Aurora Borealis over North Booth

 

Establishment Overview

Unst is the most northerly populated island in the British Isles. An island of undulating hills separated by lochs and voes with spectacular cliffs and coastline on the west and sandy beaches on the east. Diverse geology help create varied landscapes and unique habitats with abundant flora and some of Europe’s rarest plants including Norwegian sandwort and Edmonston’s chickweed. The lochs can be fished for brown trout and the water and adjacent grassland provide breeding grounds for great skua, arctic skua, whimbrel, red-throated divers, snipe and golden plover.

The cliffs which rise to 170meters in places are home to many seabirds with thousands of gannets nesting on Hermaness in the north alongside fulmars, guillemots, razorbills, shags, kittiwakes and of course the colourful puffins. Hermaness overlooks a rocky outcrop on which Britain’s most northerly lighthouse was built in the 19th century Muckle Flugga designed by Robert Louis Stevenson’s uncle and visited by the author.

The archaeologist will find plenty to intrigue with many brochs, standing stones, Viking longhouses, a 16th century castle at Muness and the beautiful ruined Church at Lund beach. During the summer months excavations continue to take place at various sites and visitors are always welcome. In addition, Unst has a rich history and heritage and this can be explored at the islands heritage centre and boat haven in Haroldswick.

For further information on Unst visit: www.unst.org

North Booth provides the perfect base to explore this fascinating island Located on Westing beach and surrounded by its own walled garden overlooking Bluemull Sound the ideal spot for enjoying wonderful sunsets and watching seals and otters on the beach . Warm and well appointed with an open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with fireplace and peats provided .The cottage sleeps 4 persons. Well behaved pets welcome.

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Prices

Cottage Rates start at: £325-400 per week

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