Accommodation

Fetlar Accommodation

Although there are relatively few visitor accommodation establishments in Fetlar, you can still choose between self-catering, bed and breakfast, bod or caravanning and camping. You can find out more about each option below.

Campers and Caravans

Opened in 2021, for campervans and caravans is next to the Fetlar Hall. You can park for £20 per night, and facilities include a fully accessible toilet and shower, plus clothes washing facilities and toilet waste disposal. Note, this is a vehicle only campsite and there are no grass pitches for tents. A community bar opens every Saturday from 7 pm to 11 pm. There are also events in the hall during the year.

tel: 07375341243

email: [email protected]

Gord

Gord is the only guest house on Fetlar with four double bedrooms (either twin or double beds), each with en suite bathrooms. It is conveniently situated in Houbie, at the centre of the island and is in the same building as the island shop, café and Post Office.

The guest house provides dinner, bed and breakfast. Packed lunches are also available, or guests can eat in the café. Prices vary depending on the season and whether or not the room is for single occupancy, so please enquire direct. The Gord website has further information: www.fetlarshetland.co.uk

Bethany

Bethany is a one bedroomed detatched house available for self-catering accommodation, recently refurbished to a high standard. It is situated at Aithness, which is a short walk from Houbie. It has a double bedroom (both twin bed and double bed options available), bathroom and a kitchen/dining/living room area with a large picture window looking South out to the Skerries. There is also a single armchair which can pull out to a bed, so it can sleep three. For further information please look at the website www.fetlarshetland.co.uk rates vary depending on season and number of occupants.

Tresta Croft House

Situated overlooking the award winning Tresta beach, Tresta Croft House is a detatched house available for self-catering accommodation, recently refurbished to a high standard. It is available either as a whole, with four double bedrooms, or can be subdivided into a one bedroomed semi-detatched unit and a three bedroomed semi-detatched unit.

The whole house comprises four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, two kitchen diners, a utility room and two living areas. The single bedroom unit has a series of windows in the kitchen/dining area with a panoramic view over Tresta. For further information please look at the website www.fetlarshetland.co.uk rates vary depending on season and number of occupants.

Aithbank Camping Bod

The böd at Aithbank on the island of Fetlar was once home to a legendary local storyteller Jamsie Laurenson and is ideally placed for visiting the RSPB reserve on the island.

www.camping-bods.com