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After a long day experiencing the fantastic outdoor activities available in Skerries, it’s great to come home and unwind in this luxurious holiday home for two. The chalet consists of a double bedroom, bathroom, kitchen/dining room, shared utility room and entrance.
The Out Skerries are a group of three beautiful islands, Bruray, Housay and Grunay. It is a lively, welcoming place with around 72 inhabitants.
Walking - The landscape is dramatic with long voes and beaches and fantastic rugged coastal scenery including cliffs, arches, blow-holes, steep geos and stacks,.
Birdwatching – As the most easterly outpost in Shetland, sightings of rare birds are quite regular during the spring and autumn migrations. During the summer there are plenty of nesting seabirds and waders.
Wildlife – There is an abundance of wildlife in the islands and the sea surrounding them is rich in species such as seals, porpoises and minke whales.
Scuba diving – Over the years, the rugged coastline has claimed a number of vessels. Scuba diving over the famous wrecks is an amazing experience.
Facilities – The islands have two shops, a lively community hall, an airstrip, a church, a fish processing factory and a resident full-time nurse. Travel to and from the islands is by plane or by ferry from Vidlin or Lerwick.
Further information on Skerries
Alternative accommodation in Skerries is available at Rocklea Bed & Breakfast