- Old Moorens
Tresta, Shetland ZE2 9LT
Contact Name: Jacqueline Gray
Tel: +44 (0)7887 604031 / +44 (0)1595 810917
A cosy, traditional crofthouse on the rugged and beautiful Westside of Shetland. Charming and full of character, situated only 200 metres from a quiet, shingly beach with beautiful sunset views. Only a short walk to the main Westside bus route. The perfect base for exploring Shetland in all seasons. Fresh, light and airy in the summer months with a wood burning stove for the colder nights.
- Old Moorens
- Main bedroom
- Twin bedroom
- Light and airy spaces
- Cosy accommodation
- Well equipped kitchen/diner
- All modern appliances
- All linen supplied
- Sleep well
- Wonderful views
Set in its own garden, with ample parking, the Old Moorens is arranged over two floors. Downstairs, there is a cosy sitting room with wood burning stove. The perfect space for relaxing after a busy day sightseeing or walking. At the other end of the entrance passage is the dining kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. There is also a Nespresso coffee machine for your morning cup. The washing machine is in the kitchen, with clothes horse available as well as access to an outdoor clothes line. The final room downstairs is the toilet/shower room.
Access to the upstairs is via a staircase ascending from the dining kitchen. The upstairs space is light and airy with lovely views to the sea. The main bedroom offers the comfort of a king-size bed and ample storage space. The second bedroom has two single beds.
The entire home is yours to enjoy throughout your stay and you are welcome to enjoy the garden to the rear. The croft land surrounding the house also belongs to the family and you are welcome to access the close-by beach via this land.
We live directly next door to the property and will be available both to welcome you, and throughout your stay.
The Old Moorens is easy to locate. As you arrive down a fairly steep hill into Tresta, you will pass a bus shelter on the right hand side of the road. The junction to Sandsound is directly opposite this. Ahead you will see three houses lined in front of the shore. The Old Moorens is the middle house, between a wooden chalet and white stone-built house. The turning is your first left after the Sandsound junction.
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As you arrive down a fairly steep hill into Tresta, you will pass a bus shelter on the right hand side of the road. The junction to Sandsound is directly opposite this. Ahead you will see three houses lined in front of the shore. The Old Moorens is the middle house, between a wooden chalet and white stone-built house. The turning is your first left after the Sandsound junction.