This superior accommodation is split over the ground floor and upstairs of a new, high quality, modern property.
The Ground Floor, with solid wooden floor throughout, comprises of:
Kitchen: solid oak kitchen units, 'A' rated energy efficient Bosch integrated appliances including fridge, freezer, dishwasher, double electric oven, gas hob and extractor fan. In addition there is a microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee machine and food processor. The kitchen is fully equipped with quality crockery, ovenware and utensils. The room also contains a contemporary oak table and chairs to seat six, plus highchair. Dish washing will become a pleasure with the scenic coastal view.
Lounge: the views over the ancient lime kilns, the Bay of Fladdabister, island of Bressay and the North Sea provide a panoramic backdrop to this modern, quality furnished room. There is a chocolate brown leather suite and solid oak TV unit and sideboard. An energy efficient LCD TV with Freeview, free WiFi broadband, DVD player and HiFi with integrated iPod docking station are also provided in addition to the games, DVDs and family wet weather activities.
Entrance Hall: ideal for keeping your outdoor clothing and footwear. A cupboard contains a washing machine, oil central heating boiler, ironing board and storage. This area is also ideal for the indoor drying of clothes, if required. Up the beautiful solid oak staircase lies two well apportioned bedrooms and a bathroom.
The First Floor bedrooms are classic in design, with wool carpets, co-ordinating bedding and curtains, solid oak furniture, chair, lamps and hairdryer. The bedrooms can sleep up to 6 persons plus a cot. The rooms can be configured to suit your requirements.
South Bedroom: king sized bed, bedside cabinets, wardrobe, chair and chest of drawers. This room is spacious and can be made up with a cot and/or additional single oak guest bed. Views south towards the Bay and hamlet of Ocraquoy.
North Bedroom: two single beds, which can be made up into a super king sized doubled bed, bedside cabinets, wardrobe, chair and chest of drawers. The room can be made up with an additional single oak guest bed. Views north towards the island of Bressay and the hamlet of Fladdabister.
Landing: comfortable seating and a bookcase with literature covering things to do and places to see in Shetland. There is also a linen and storage cupboard.
Complimentary Shetland Soap Company products are supplied for guests use. View over the lime kilns, island of Bressay and out to the North Sea.
A free welcome pack, made up of Shetland products, will await you on arrival.
Please contact us now to make a booking - a warm welcome awaits you.
Stunning Coastal Location.
High Quality 4 Star Accommodation.
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Seal in Breiwick Bay
Puffins at Sumburgh Head Nature Reserve
St Ninians Isle Beach 15 minutes away
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bed Linen and Towels Provided Free of Charge.
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Outside there is a seating area, clothes drying area, large car park and a 200m2 lawn. Garage storage of items such as bicycles, fishing gear, classic cars, is available on request.
Local Services: Activities on the doorstep include bird watching, loch and sea fishing and peaceful coastal and hill walks. The property in on the Fladdabister circular walk route. Within 10 minutes on foot you'll find amazing flora and fauna, geological delights, shingle beaches, lime kilns, ruins and much more - an explorer's paradise!
The adjacent village of Cunningsburgh has a shop, community hall, pier, marina, church and 2 knitwear shops. Travel a little further and in less than 15 minutes you can be in Lerwick or exploring the Scalloway Castle or on a ferry to the island of Mousa (home to the finest surviving example of a 2,000 year old Iron Age broch) or on the finest example of a shell sand tombolo in Europe, St Ninians Isle.
Brekka Lodge is centrally located and is an ideal base for exploring Shetland.
Brekka lodge is approximately 10 miles south of Lerwick. Take the A970 south for approximately 9 miles, pass by the villages of Gulberwick and Quarff. After exiting Quarff you will travel past the Fladdabister loch on your left, at the end of the straight taking the junction on the left marked Fladdabister. Travel along this single track road, down the hill, cross a small bridge and Brekka Lodge is the wooden property on your left. The journey from Lerwick to Brekka Lodge will be approximately 15 minutes.
From Sumburgh Airport:
Take the A970 north, for approximately 16 miles. Travel through Cunningsburgh, passing the community hall and football pitch on the left, take the next right marked Fladdabister/Aithsetter, turn immediately left to Fladdabister/Ocraquoy. Travel along this road, passing a road to Ocraquoy on your right, Brekka Lodge is the wooden property on the right. The journey from Sumburgh Airport to Brekka Lodge will be approximately 30 mins.