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Lerwick Travel guide
Lerwick : Michelin's recommendations
Lerwick, the Shetland archipelago's main town, stands on a headland overlooking a natural harbour sheltered by the island of Bressay. It has always been a major fishing port and the oil boom has brought new activities. Lerwick was used as a port by Vikings ships (notably those of King Haakon), 17C Dutch fishing boats, as well as German and British fleets in the 20C. Today, Lerwick is used by oil tankers.
Tourist attractions Lerwick : Things to see and do
GB - Mousa HS2
The brochs are the end of a long tradition of small fortified farms built from 500 BC. Mousa dates back to one of the first centuries AD and was built more solidly than the 500 other brochs recorded in the Highlands and islands, as most are now rubbl..
GB - Lerwick
This windswept archipelago has a wild charm to it. The sea batters the coastline of the main island. The shore, be it rocky and cragged or sandy and smooth, is extremely beautiful, enlivened by birdsong and colourful flora. The islands have archaeolg..
A970 GB - Lerwick ZE1
This defences of the 5 m high tower and staircase can still be distinguished. Undoubtedly the most interesting structure on the island, it was occupied by a large number of different peoples.
Busta, Brae, Shetland - Mainland GB - Busta ZE2 9QN
Overlooking the shore of Busta Voe, on mainland Shetland, Busta House is a lovely old building with en suite bedrooms, large garden and superb local food. Between the village of Brae and the island of Muckle Roe, Busta House is close to the geogra..
Greenfield Place GB - Lerwick ZE1 0AQ
The Kveldsro House Hotel - The country home hotel in town. Perfect for the discerning business executive or the individual traveller on a short or long break Located in the centre of town in discreet surroundings, but within easy walking distance of..
Shetland GB - Hillswick ZE2 9RW
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In the heart of Shetland, St Magnus Bay Hotel is set in beautiful, tranquil surroundings. It was once frequented by W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood, the poet and playwright. All of the en suite bedrooms at the St Magnus include a TV and free W..