Without the shelter afforded by Bressay, Lerwick would not exist. Most of the island is composed of Old Red Sandstone Maryfield House in Maryfield, Cornwall. Bressay is an island on Shetland’s east side, a seven-minute ferry journey from Lerwick, Shetland’s capital town. Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Maryfield House Hotel offers accommodation in Bressay. There is also a lighthouse which has been converted for use as. Hotel. The Maryfield Hotel has good pub-grub and the island offers some fine hill and coast walking. Noss is managed by Scottish Natural. The old school buildings near the shop, hall, kirk and marina, and just 15 minutes’ walk from the ferry, have been taken on by Bressay Development Group and house the Speldiburn café and community hub Attractions on the island include Bressay Lighthouse. The name means Broad Island in Old Norse. Gardie House is situated on the west coast of Bressay, north-west of the Bressay-Lerwick ferry terminal. An additional little road north moves through the crofting hamlet of Crueton (with its very ‘birdy’ copse of willows) and over the hill towards the townships of Beosetter and […]. The road north from Maryfield passes Bressay's most imposing building, Gardie House, a laird's mansion built in 1724 and noted for its walled gardens. 1 - 1 of 1 List Grid Map. It sits on the eastern shore of Bressay Sound, directly opposite Lerwick. Enjoy free breakfast, free WiFi and free parking. Bressay & Noss Noss Noss, a small island off the east coast of Bressay, is a National Nature Reserve with over 100,000 pairs of breeding seabirds. Maryfield restaurant & bar (01595 820203) A licensed. At Maryfield there is a heritage centre, a hotel and the old laird's mansion, Gardie House, built in 1724. The property sits in a large, well-established site estimated to extend to around 0.28 acres or thereby. In Bressay, there is a shop just a couple minutes drive away from the Crofthouse. Book Maryfield House Hotel, Bressay on Tripadvisor: See 50 traveller reviews, 26 candid photos, and great deals for Maryfield House Hotel, ranked #1 of 1 B&B / inn in Bressay and rated 5 of 5 at Tripadvisor Half a mile across the harbour, the island of Bressay offers a visitor berth in the marina at the Voe of Leiraness where there is no problems with access and good shelter. “There’s 140 torches been made,” James said Bressay, Shetland, ZE2 9ER. The Maryfield House Hotel is a family run business looking to establish itself in Shetland as a friendly & welcoming venue for visitors alike.. There is also a secluded anchorage in the North of the island at Aith Voe Maryfield House, Bressay, Shetland Opening times. When you search Bressay accommodation, you can filter by budget, star rating or even specific facilities. The island which has maryfield bressay a population of around 400, is served by a subsidised ro-ro ferry service which runs from the terminal at Maryfield on Bressay (about 1½ miles from the house. Maryfield House Hotel is a small family run hotel that is situated on the island of Bressay and has the best of everything Shetland has to offer. Discover genuine guest reviews for Maryfield House Hotel along with the latest prices and availability – book now Book Maryfield House Hotel, Bressay on Tripadvisor: See 50 traveller reviews, 26 candid photos, and great deals for Maryfield House Hotel, ranked #1 of 1 B&B / inn in Bressay and rated 5 of 5 at Tripadvisor Things to Do in Bressay, Shetland Shetland is a great place for an active family holiday. The island is also part of a sheep farm and demonstrates a good example of conservation and agricultural practices working together. Most of the island is composed of Old Red Sandstone Maryfield House in Maryfield, Cornwall. Popular attractions Shetland Museum and Bain's Beach are located nearby. The name means Broad Island in Old Norse. Half a mile across the harbour, the island of Bressay offers a visitor berth in the marina at the Voe of Leiraness where there is no problems with access and good shelter.