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  • Brilliant blog from Watch Me See Kathi Kamleitner featuring many of Shetland's talented people!

A short snippet from her blog "This past January I finally set out to visit the islands for a week during Up Helly Aa and came back with a suitcase full of impressions, and a feeling of awe that I initially could not quite describe. I was asked to contribute a story to the Spring/Summer edition of 60 Degrees North magazine which is published in Shetland and captures some of the greatest stories of the islands. In close encounter with the local traditions I started wondering what draws people up north and what the ‘essence’ of Shetland’s island life might be – here is what I found" click on the link to read more: http://www.watchmesee.com/blog/stories-from-shetland/

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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