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Burravoe Pier Trust Campsite
Burravoe Pier Trust Campsite Located at the south east point of Yell Burravoe Pier Trust campsite, which opened in 2011, offers 4 fully services pitches with electric hook-ups for motorhomes and caravans, with additional parking in the car park opposite. The site also accommodates tents campers and the whole site runs on a first come first served basis and on honesty basis. The amenity block offers public toilets, shower and laundry facilities and is very unusual given its
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Delting Boating Club Cravan Park
Delting Boating Club Cravan Park Delting Boat Club Caravan Park and Marina is situated n the village of Brae at the North West head of Busta Voe. Situated next to the clubhouse marina and operated by the Marina Users Association the site offers 13 hardstanding pitches to caravans and motorhomes. Onsite facilities include electric hook-ups, chemical toilet and motorhome waste disposal points, laundry, showers, toilets, licensed club, launching slipway and mooring pontoon. The
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Papa Stour
Papa Stour There is a small campsite at the peir on the Island of Papa Stour which situated in St Magnus Bay off the west coast of the mainland Shetland. The island has a population of approximately 20 and it is Shetlands eighth largest island. You can travel to the island by ferry from West Burrafirth or passenger aircraft from Tingwall. There is an interesting circular walk and more information on Papa Stour accessible via the weblink above. There is no
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Gardiesfauld Hostel
Gardiesfauld Hostel The campsite, caravan pitches and hostel are situated on the most northerly isle in Scotland and beside the picturesque shore at Uyeasound. As of 2010 tents, motorhomes and touring caravans are allowed to pitch outside this youth hostel however there are strict rules for your consideration - see weblink. Also please book through the warden on the number supplied. This recently refurbished hostel combines superb facilities with a relaxed
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Skeld Caravan and Camping Site
Skeld Caravan and Camping Site Skeld Caravan and Camping Site is a voluntary run community site. We have 19 caravan/ campervan pitches all with electric hook ups and 15 tent pitches. Lovely flat well kept green grassy area for campers. Great for kids playing on. Choice of flat hardstanding at one side near the grassy area and the other hard standing overlooking the water and the marina for caravans and motorhomes. Crabs, lobsters and scallops landed at the local pier
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Braewick Cafe and Campsite
Braewick Cafe and Campsite Overlooking the spectacular sea stacks called The Drongs this site has a fantastic setting. Coupled with having modern facilities opened in 2006 this combination makes this site ideal place for your stay. The site also boasts it's own seasonal licensed cafe and craft shop. There is a local shop within 5 miles and a local pebble beach close by. The site takes all units, has 14 electric hook-ups and is open all year. There are also wooden
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Oot Ower Lounge
Oot Ower Lounge The Oot Ower lounge is a new build which opened in November 2001. It is a family run establishment comprising an easy atmosphere, with pleasant and helpful occupants. Situated on the east side of Whalsay at Livister, it overlooks the Huxter loch, where the remains of a Broch can be seen clearly. The Island is ideal for family walks, trout fishing or bird watching - weather permitting of course. The Isle of Whalsey is 25 mins on a ferry from
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Levenwick Campsite and Community Hall (South Mainland)
Levenwick Campsite and Community Hall (South Mainland) Community owned site located in Levenwick around 10 miles south of Lerwick. Overlooking bay and close to safe sandy beach. 4 touring and 10 tent pitches. The nearest shop is at Spiddie Hotel 5.5 miles. Taxis can be arranged from the site. There is disabled access to the toilet block, indoor laundry and kitchen with recycling bins and indoor shower room. Electric hook-ups and chemical waste disposal onsite.
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The Westings Inn Camping
The Westings Inn Camping The Westings Inn is located in central Shetland only 8 miles from the isles capital, Lerwick. It is owned and run by Alison Swift. The hotel is situated on the side of Wormadale Hill with undoubtedly one of the most fantastic views found in Shetland. The easy going friendly atmosphere and helpful staff will ensure that your stay in Shetland is both enjoyable and memorable, whether your visit is for business or pleasure. This is a small campsite
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Shetland Camping Bods
Shetland Camping Bods Located throughout Shetland traditional "bods" are available to stay in. Around eight are currently available and are old fishermens stores (a mix of bothy/camping barn). Low cost accomodation. Facilities vary. Visit website or contact SIT for further info.
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Wild Camping In Shetland
Wild Camping In Shetland Shetland welcomes Wild Camping if done responsibly. Local farmers and crofters can assist in finding the best locations. Contact nearest house, establish landowner and ask for permission to camp. They will ofter advise of best sites and give advice of good locations. NO CAMPING PERMITTED ON NOSS OR FAIR ISLE AND FORBIDDEN ON TRESTA LINKS IN FETLAR. Follow MCofS advice from website link. Caravan and camper owners can find secluded locations on
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The Garths
Fetlar presently has no dedicated facilities for camping or caravanning, however we are working on plans to provide both. Fetlar hall is currently looking at providing hook up points for Caravans and Motorhomes. We are also looking at options for providing a campsite with access to shower and toilet facilities. At present wild camping is available at various places on the island. Currently the only public toilets are located at the Ferry
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