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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

We arrived early, and Lynette couldn't have been more gracious and welcoming. She greeted us with tea and coffee and finished readying our room, which was clean, lovely, and just as pictured. Bedding, towels, and toiletries were of very high quality, décor was very appealing, and the location was very convenient to the town center and to our ferry landing.

Jennifer Clark   /   Aug 2016

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