The traditional crofthouse sits right at home in the remote settlement of Culswick on Shetland's West Mainland, where peace and tranquillity thrive.
Modernisation of the apartments (completed early 2006) transformed the rundown crofthouse into two up to date and very comfortable apartments.
Its recent and sympathetic renovation ensures the apartments are equipped to the highest of standards while retaining many of it traditional features.
There is a double door between the apartments, allowing the option of renting both apartments for larger parties.
The apartments lookout over a narrow green valley (a designated SSSI) meeting the sea with a picturesque storm beach, just 5 minutes walk away.
Nearby are Culswick Broch, a standing stone and several remains of traditional crofts in the surrounding area, Culswick is well known for archaeology.
This back-o-beyond holiday destination is also a great spot for star gazers as there is no light pollution, so the view of the Aurora's is amazing in the winter time.
Nature lovers are virtually guaranteed to see a wide range of birds across the meadow. A short walk takes you to spectacular cliffs where there are many seabirds to be viewed along with seals who will keep a watchful eye on you. Your patience may even be rewarded with an otter sighting.
The Nearest shop is at Bixter or Walls, both are approx 12 miles away (20km), sorry but pets cannot be accepted.