The Windhouse Lodge
The solidly built gatehouse to Shetland's most haunted ruin, this is one of our best-equipped böds and a perfect base for touring the North Isles of Shetland. It stands on the edge of the RSPB's Lumbister reserve, noted for moorland birds and the plentiful but elusive otter. The trout fishing is superb.
1st March - 31st October.
Sleeps: 8 in 3 rooms.
Hot water heater, shower, crockery, basic cooking utensils, fridge, microwave, kettle, compact cooker with grill, oven and 2 hotplates.
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 Yell requires a ferry journey.
Rates are £12 per bed, per night.
Panoramic VR of the outside of the Wind House Lodge Böd » Panoramic VR of the inside of the Wind House Lodge Böd »
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