The Booth consists of a combined ‘clean’ working area and living space which is located on the upper level and a stone-walled basement for more ‘dirty’ work. The living accommodation has a fully fitted kitchen, washing machine/tumble dryer and a bathroom with a fully accessible shower. There is a bed space located above the kitchen/bathroom, the sofa also opens up into a double bed and towels and bedlinen are provided.
Bookings for The Booth run for one month or two weeks at a time. Please state your preferred month(s) in your application and we will try to accommodate this.
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The Shetland Islands are the most northerly part of the United Kingdom and are located 150 miles north of the Scottish mainland. They are made up of 15 islands which are home to 24,000 people. The islands have an ancient history, stunning landscape, close links with Scandinavia and a unique culture with a long tradition of music and craftmaking.
Scalloway is the ancient capital of Shetland and is located on the west side of the Shetland mainland. It is a picturesque village which is home to just over a thousand people and is also a working village with a large pier which is used by fishing boats and other vessels.
Tenants of the Wasps community receive the following benefits:
There are steps leading to the building and visitors with disabilities may require some assistance.
The Booth can be reached by a twelve-hour boat journey from Aberdeen to Lerwick before travelling the six miles to Scalloway. Ferries from Scandinavia and flights from Norway are also available. Flights from other Scottish airports have routes to Sumburgh (twenty-five miles away from Scalloway) and to Lerwick (six miles from Scalloway). The Booth itself is easily located on the waterfront of Scalloway Harbour in the town.