Rented the 3 room cottage- a wonderful lodgement for a party of five- with the kitchen and wash machine it was perfect!!!! Would encourage other visitors to Shetland to check out this wonderful hotel!!!
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Go while you can - we had lovely food with friendly service and a marvellous view down to the cliffs and the sea. But the owner is selling the hotel in mid October so you will have to hurry!
Our lunch at the Spiggie Hotel was such a wonderful experience. The proprietor and staff were so friendly, and the food was fresh, local and fantastic. We started with a drink in the cool little bar area, then moved into the restaurant for lunch. Our...More
This hotel with friendly staff is a very good site to have dinner. Located at a quiet spot on the south mainland, you're guaranteed to have a fine dinner. Don't forget to reserve, allowing the staff to have ample time to make you a very...More
Excellent food and nothing is too much trouble. A limited diet was not an issue for Keith and his team.
We stopped at Spiggie to have some lunch after a busy morning following the whales around the south coast. As we arrived we were greeted with we are very busy it will be 15 mins to get a drink. Thats ok we said... there were...More
The quality of the food is amazing and frequented by the very few locals! The food also has a fresh fish option and the bar is quant attracting the locals
This is a lovely spot, overlooking Spiggie Loch, near the coast, Foula in the distance on a good day. The restaurant has the views, but the bar is cosier and you can eat the same food in it. The main courses are beautifully cooked, with...More
We visited Spiggie Hotel to have a bar lunch and found the staff and owner Keith to be very friendly and helpful. The menu had a large variety of local produce which was very well cooked and presented. The portions were very generous for a...More
My wife and I ate an early supper here after a long day touring sites in South Mainland which ended up at St. Ninian's Isle. We were seated at a table with a view to the west. I had the shepherd's pie, which was made...More