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Barrastow House was our second stop in Shetland and was very special. We stayed 3 nights and it could have been much longer. Believe everything about the other reviews - do not hesitate to book this "Inn". The precious dining room and food preparation is...More
Burrastow House is situated on the sea at the end of the road about 2 miles beyond the village of Walls. The original house was constructed in 1759 as a home of the farm manager of a laird's estate. Today it is the result of...More
In a beautiful situation on an isolated bay. The accommodation is very comfortable, we stayed in the Laird's Room which had great views of the sea. Freshly squeezed orange juice for breakfast and homemade croissants as well as porridge and various cooked options. Dinner was...More
We stayed three nights here on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. Located on the west mainland of Shetland in a seemingly remote coastal position, it is just a short drive to the village of Walls. The views from our bedroom across Vailsa Sound were...More
Burrastow house is perfect guesthouse. We stayed 3 nights and were extremely pleased.The location is beautiful, the host gracious and informative, and the house charming. We got a suite, and had a whole floor to ourselves. The bathroom (shower and bath) was spotless and newly...More