Getting here

Shetland is about 200 miles north of Aberdeen in Scotland and a similar distance from Bergen on Norway’s west coast.
The daily overnight car ferry from Aberdeen, operated by Northlink, arrives in Lerwick and all flights arrive at Sumburgh airport at the southern tip of Shetland.  The airport is a 50 minute drive from Holmfield.

You can find further infomation on getting to Shetland here


The ferry to and from Aberdeen also calls in at Orkney several times a week.  The car ferry takes 12 or 14 hours to Aberdeen and has comfortable cabins or reclining seat/pod accommodation.  
There is a choice of eating in the restaurant or the Magnus Lounge.
Early booking is recommended for travel during the summer season and during school holidays.

Regular flights throughout the year connect Shetland directly with Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Kirkwall.  There are direct flights to Bergen in Norway during the summer.  
Loganair serves Shetland, and it operates a code share arrangements with British Airways and other airlines enabling you to make onward connections.  Aberdeen and Bergen are under an hour flying time, Kirkwall just 30 minutes and Edinburgh or Glasgow around an hour and a half.