Nesbister Böd - Whiteness
**CLOSED IN 2021**The Böd of Nesbister is the only original fishing böd in the group. Situated on a low rocky peninsula in one of the most picturesque inlets in Shetland this böd can truly give you the feeling of being back in the days of the “haaf” fisherman since there is no electricity and the toilet is of the “bucket and bury” variety. The water washes almost up to the front door and in bad weather can sweep clean over the peninsula, effectively placing the böd on an island. Truly a location for the adventurous spirit.
Opening Times1st March - 31st October.
NO ELECTRICITY. Chemical toilet, basic crockery, solid fuel stove, cold water stand pipe outside. Limited seating and dining table.
Fetlar is known as the “Garden of Shetland” and Aithbank boasts a wonderful location with sea views and a beach only a few metres away.
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