Lower Taft holiday cottage at Muness, Unst ShetlandLOWER TAFT
Muness,
Uyeasound,
Unst,
Shetland
ZE2 9DL

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Sleeps: 6.
Cot and stairgate available.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Low season: £250 pw.
High season: £350 pw.


 
For further details please contact:

John and Lilian Peterson
Tel: 01957755306  or  07917725163


This newly refurbished croft house at Muness, Unst is situated next to Britain's Most Northerly Castle and has lovely views south to Fetlar and north to Balta Isle and the North of Unst. It is a comfortable and warm cottage with all amenities included. Unst is Britain's most northerly isle and has a lot to offer including spectacular scenery and wildlife.

Accommodation and facilities

Upstairs:
 
  • 1 Double room.
  • 1 Twin room.

Downstairs:  
  • 1 Double room.
  • Sitting room - with fire.
  • Bathroom, with separate shower room - underfloor heating.
  • Toilet and Shower room - under floor heating.
  • Utility room - washing machine and small freezer.
  • Kitchen and dining area - fully equipped.

Facilities:  
  • WiFi.
  • All linen provided.
  • Storage heating throughout.
  • Electricity included in price.
  • Cot and stairgate available.
  


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 LOWER TAFT
Muness,
Uyeasound,
Unst,
Shetland
ZE2 9DL

_______________
 
Sleeps: 6.
Cot and stairgate available.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Low season: £250 pw.
High season: £350 pw.

 
For further details please contact:

John and Lilian Peterson
Tel: 01957755306  or  07917725163
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This newly refurbished croft house at Muness, Unst is situated next to Britain's Most Northerly Castle and has lovely views south to Fetlar and north to Balta Isle and the North of Unst. It is a comfortable and warm cottage with all amenities included. Unst is Britain's most northerly isle and has a lot to offer including spectacular scenery and wildlife.

Accommodation and facilities

Upstairs:
 
Downstairs:  
Facilities:     



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