Lightkeepers cottage situated high on Sumburgh Head, surrounded by breathtaking seabird cliffs and conveniently located for the archaeological sites of Old Scatness and Jarlshof.
Sumburgh Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in Shetland, and perhaps the most well known. Rising above the precipitous Sumburgh Head cliffs at the southernmost point of mainland Shetland, the Lighthouse is visible from land and sea for miles around.
The property has been finished to a very high standard, with all original features restored or replaced where possible, with the aim of re-creating a traditional Lighthouse Keepers cottage - although with the additional touches of luxury added in! The self-catering accommodation is sited within the complex of Lighthouse Buildings on these majestic cliffs, which are a popular destination with holidaymakers during the summer months.
The property sleeps five guests in three bedrooms. There is a comfortable lounge room and a spacious kitchen diner with electric Aga cooker and separate gas hob. The fully equipped utility room includes a washer and dryer.
The cottage is surrounded by breathtaking seabird cliffs of the RSPB Nature Reserve. Conveniently located for the airport and nearby archaeological sites of Old Scatness and Jarlshof.
Ideal for those interested in heritage or just looking for stunning views.
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Minimum booking of 3 days.
|Sumburgh Lighthouse Cottage||£651 Per unit per week|
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