meadows and wildlife
how to get here
travel in Shetland
is about 200 miles north of Aberdeen in Scotland and a similar
distance from Bergen on Norway's west coast. There is a daily,
overnight, ferry link to and from Aberdeen which also calls into
Orkney several times a week.
Regular flights throughout the year connect Shetland directly with Aberdeen,
Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Orkney. There are connections to all main UK
airports through British Airways or Flybe. The flight from Aberdeen is one hour.
Connections within Shetland are excellent with frequent car ferries to most of
the islands and a splendid road network. Buses connect most areas although to
fully explore the islands a car is recommended. Cycling is a pleasure on the
quiet roads but beware of the hills and headwinds!
Mucklehus is 18 miles south of Lerwick, the capital of Shetland and
8 miles north of Sumburgh, the islands main airport. We are a 10
minute walk from the
bus stop on the main Lerwick – Sumburgh route, providing excellent frequent
Please see our links page for transport providers.
Click here for
a location map of Levenwick. Mucklehus is at Netherton.