Getting Here

Shetland is positioned in the heart of the North Atlantic and is easily accessible by air and sea from the UK mainland, Orkney, Scandanavia, Faeroe and Iceland.

Travelling to Shetland by Air

Loganair offer flights from Aberdeen, Glasgow, Inverness, Orkney and Edinburgh, which are operated by Flybe. This is the quickest way to get to Shetland from the U.K. mainland. Visit the Flybe or Loganair websites for more information.

Direct flights from Norway

Flybe also offer flights from Bergen once a week, this year on a Saturday from the end of May until the end of August.

Travelling to Shetland By Sea

The specially commissioned Northlink Ferries sail daily from Aberdeen and four times a week from Orkney. Visitors can relax during the overnight journey before arriving in Shetland fully refreshed. Visit the North Link Ferries website.

How to get around Shetland, now that you are here


Getting to Our Properties:

The map below shows where our properties are located within Lerwick. Under that, directions to our properties from various transport connections in Shetland are given.

Corbie (63 Burgh Road)

From the ferry terminal

From the Viking bus station

From the airport

Our other Properties (located at The Decca)

From the ferry terminal

From the airport

Guest Comments

“It was absolutely brilliant, very comfortable.”

Jamie, Paris
Corbie - 26th May 2012

“All is excellent - fab stay & you have been so helpful.”

Marie-Anne, Winchester
Tystie - 13th February

“Superb accommodation, beyond expectation. Thank you for all your assistance on arrival and during our stay.”

Susan, England
Grey Gos - 5th June 2010

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