Browstall Cottage

Toab, Virkie, Shetland ZE3 9JL
Tel: +44 (0)7771 848396
Email:
Website: http://www.browstallcottage.co.uk

Internet Access - Yes No Smoking No Pets Tea/Coffee Facilities - Yes Hairdryer Available - Yes
Sleeps 3

Recently refurbished to a high standard, this cosy cottage dates from 1900. Ideal location for Sumburgh Lighthouse, birdwatching, Jarlshof, Old Scatness, and beautiful sandy beaches. Convenient for Toab's excellent village shop and post office and Sumburgh Airport. Complimentary wifi and a large collection of books, records and CDs. Reduced rates are available for longer stays.

  • Browstall CottageBrowstall Cottage
  • Living areaLiving area
  • Single roomSingle room
  • Sun roomSun room
  • KitchenKitchen
  • Double roomDouble room
  • Dining areaDining area
  • BathroomBathroom
  • PuffinPuffin
  • St Ninians IsleSt Ninians Isle
  • View  View
  • WildlifeWildlife

 

Establishment Overview

About

The entrance to the cottage is a bright, welcoming conservatory. This leads to the well equipped kitchen and sitting/dining room.

Two steps lead up from the sitting room to the two bedrooms and bathroom. There is a double bedroom with a king-size bed and a small bedroom with a single bed. The bathroom has a bath and a separate shower.

Outside is a small garden and lawn with a drying line for washing. Adjacent to the cottage is a parking space.

Guests are advised that the cottage has a no smoking, no pets policy.

Area

The south mainland has some of Shetland’s most stunning scenery, important archaeological sites and wildlife attractions.

From April to August you can see puffins at Sumburgh Lighthouse, where there is a new visitor centre and exhibition space.

The white sandy beaches of Quendale, West Voe and Grutness are close by and the Pool of Virkie, an important site for bird watching, is a few minutes walk away.

The Iron Age villages of Jarlshof and Old Scatness are easily accessible.

If you want a break from cooking, Sumburgh Hotel is a relaxing place to eat out.

Slightly further north is St Ninian’s Isle, a small tied island connected by the largest active tombolo in the UK. Also worth a visit is the small island of Mousa, known for its broch – an Iron Age round tower – a special protection area for storm petrel breeding colonies.

On your outings, you will often see seals and, if you are lucky, you may see dolphins, otters and killer whales.

If you have a car it is easy to get around the mainland and to visit the smaller islands. Shetland has very good roads and regular ferries.

There is also a frequent bus service from a stop near to the cottage.

Prices

Cottage Rates start at: £280 per week (Nov - March)
Cottage Rates start at: £385 per week (April - Oct)

Directions

Contact Indicates required field

verification code