The SpaceThe Aurora Guest House has an abundance of repeat visitors who have stayed for holidays and business alike. In order to provide our guests with the best experience possible the property has seen several upgrades since 2010. These have seen the Aurora Guest House awared "four stars" by the Visit Scotland Quality Assurance Scheme.
We offer our guests the highest in quality and comfort from the moment you arrive at the Aurora Guest House. Our rooms have modern furnishings, Freeview Digital TV, Tea/Coffee making facilities with the entire guest house beneifing from free WIFI.
Our Family En Suite offers:-
Double and single bed
Freeview digital flat screen TV
Tea/Coffee Making Facility
Available on Request:
Continental Electric Adapter
Black/Brown Shoe Polish Guest AccessGuests are also welcome to use the large dining/lounge room to relax in during the day or evening as this room is always available for their convenience. Interaction with GuestsThe Aurora Guest House has been run by the current owner, Andrea Sim, for a very successful five years, during which time an abundance of repeat visitors have stayed for holidays and business alike. Andrea stays in the property and is more than willing to answer queries from guests about the property, Lerwick and the Shetlands. The NeighborhoodThe Aurora Guest House is situated in the very heart of Lerwick at the north end of King Harald Street, just minutes away from the convenience of Commercial Road and all of the facilities that the town centre has to offer.
Although situated in a quiet area, Aurora Guest House is just a few moments stroll from King Harald Street Flower Gardens, which accommodates the bowling, tennis and golf putting fields.
Lerwick Town Hall and Library are also a stroll away, and the spectuacular Lerwick Museum, which is nestled in the picturesque small boat harbour with a lovely restaurant overlooking, is two minutes walk away. Getting AroundThe Shetland Isles offer a wide range of attractions, from stunning natural scenery, museums and unique wildlife.
A holiday in Shetland is truly special, and we'd love to see you here at the Aurora Guest House.
We are located approximatley 1 mile from the Holmsgarth Ferry Terminal where the North Link Ferry docks from Aberdeen. To arrive at the Aurora from the ferry is approximatley a 5 minutes drive or a 20 minute walk.
If you are flying into Shetland and landing at Sumburgh Airport we are approximatley a 40 minute drive, or an hour by public transport. You can use bus number 6 from the Airport to Lerwick, and we are a 5 minute walk from the bus station.
Attractions near the guest house are:-
One mile or less from the guest house:
Restaurants / Bars in Lerwick, King Harald Flower Gardens (Bowls, Tennis and Golf), Shetland Museum, Lerwick Town Hall, Lerwick Library, Lerwick Central Bus Station, Clickimin Leisure and Sports Centre
Mousa Broch - 10 Miles - Mousa Broch is the finest surviving Iron Age broch tower.
Jarlshof Prehistoric and Norse Settlement - 19 Miles - This is an extraordinarily important site with a complex of ancient settlements within three acres.
Tangwick Museum - 27 Miles - The Haa of Tangwick was built in the late 17th century for the Cheyne family. Different aspects of life in Northmavine through the years are illustrated by using a mixture of photographs and artefacts.
Unst - 41 Miles - This estate at the northern tip of Shetland and Britain extends to 4,707 acres. It comprises ten parcels of land, eight of which are on Unst, and includes a number of houses and agricultural buildings.
Tingwall - 3 Miles, Easter Quarff - 4 Miles, Quarff - 5 Miles, Scalloway - 5 Miles. Wester Quarff - 5 Miles, Catfirth - 8 Miles, Tresta - 9 Miles, Aith -11 Miles. Twatt - 12 Miles Other Things to NoteOne small, very friendly dog lives on the property. He has no access to guest rooms.