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Aurora (named after the “Aurora Borealis” or Northern Lights – they display in various colours although pale green and pink are most common, the lights appear in many forms from patches or scattered clouds of light to streamers, arcs, rippling curtains or shooting rays that light up the sky with an eerie glow.

It is suitably decorated and incorporates a comfortable double bed covered with egyptian cotton sheets. Local sheepskin and warm Shetland Wool throw inspired the decor for this room. A relaxing sitting area has comfortable chairs and the roomy bathroom has a fitted shower with products supplied by Shetland Soap Company.

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Customer Reviews

The host of this B & B was ever so friendly and happy to help with everything. The room was perfect and perfectly clean, and cleaned everyday by the host. Coffee/tea facilities in the bedroom. Breakfast was plenty. We had a full English breakfast & toasts, orange juice and coffee, fruits and yoghurts. More was on offer ... served in a lovely dining room. Location: Central. Extra: the host provided us with bus timetables, maps and booklets, though there was a portfolio in our bedroom. Perfect stay and I would certainly recommend to anyone, knowing that they would be well looked after.

Sylvia Windsor   /   May 2016

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