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Sometime in the 19th century, the archways in the garden wall were made into corniced boathouses. There is a U-shaped court of domestic offices at the back of the house, built perhaps in the later 18th century.

With one double bedroom, sitting room with sofabed, bathroom and kitchen all decorated and furnished to a good standard, the Crofthouse has everything you need to enjoy your stay.

It was built for William Henderson of Gardie in and passed through marriage to the Mouats of Garth in Delting in There is also the Maryfield house hotel that serves bar lunches and evening meals. The owners live next door if there is anything you need and they welcome visitors to use their gardens and surrounding grounds.

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With one double bedroom, sitting room with sofabed, bathroom and kitchen all decorated and furnished to a good standard, the Crofthouse has everything you need to enjoy your stay. Sometime in the 19th century, the archways in the garden wall were made into corniced boathouses. Perfect holiday home set in idealic location This is an ideal holiday home for couples and families who are looking for peace and quiet but still just a quick journey to the main town of Lerwick. Why you should stay at Crofthouse, Bressay Situated in Bressay, a five minute ferry journey from Lerwick town centre, you can have the best of both worlds with picturesque scenery all around you and only 5 minutes back to the shops, restaurants and visitor attractions of Lerwick. At that time the house was still as first built, a square block of two storeys with rusticated quoins corner-stones set off by harling. This allowed the architect of the early 20th century, John M Aitken of Lerwick, to add a pedimented attic over the central five bays. And the Speldiburn cafe with a good as new charity shop just next door. The owners live next door if there is anything you need and they welcome visitors to use their gardens and surrounding grounds. There is also the Maryfield house hotel that serves bar lunches and evening meals.

The original seven-bay design had grouped the windows as a central set of five flanked on either side by a larger gap and another window. Why you should stay at Crofthouse, Bressay Situated in Bressay, a five minute ferry journey from Lerwick town centre, you can have the best of both worlds with picturesque scenery all around you and only 5 minutes back to the shops, restaurants and visitor attractions of Lerwick.

Arounda square entrance porch was added, apparently reusing the original door surround, along with small single-storey wings. Perfect holiday home set in idealic location This is an ideal holiday home for couples and families who are looking for peace and quiet but still just a quick journey to the main town of Lerwick.

It stood in a walled garden, with a central main gate and an archway flanked by piers with ball finials at either end of the seaward wall, and its own pier. This allowed the architect of the early 20th century, John M Aitken of Lerwick, to add a pedimented attic over the central five bays.

And the Speldiburn cafe with a good as new charity shop just next door.

House bressay

In Bressay there is a shop and post office just a couple minutes drive away from the Crofthouse. At that time the house was still as first built, a square block of two storeys with rusticated quoins corner-stones set off by harling.

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