Belmont House
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Grant funding success!

April 2nd 2017

We are absolutely thrilled to have secured grant funding from Highland and Islands Enterprise and LEADER (LEADER is a European Union initiative which forms part of the Scottish Government's Scottish Rural Development Programme for 2014-20). Kirsty Scott, Secretary of Belmont Trust and Mike Finnie, our Chair, are to be congratulated on the hours of work that has gone into these applications.

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More daylight to get out and about in Unst

March 26th 2017

Our hidden beach

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Creative weekends at Belmont in March

February 16th 2017

Availability on our March creative weekends

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Longer days!

February 2nd 2017

The days are becoming brighter with longer daylight hours

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Merry Christmas

December 24th 2016

We wish all our guests and friends a happy Christmas and our best wishes for 2017.We're looking forward to seeing some of you next year.

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Creative Weekends at Belmont

November 21st 2016

We are offering two creative weekends at Belmont in March. These are likely to be popular so early booking is recommended.From £245 fully inclusive of accommodation, all meals and tuition these represent great value.

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Winter break

November 9th 2016

We're planning to close in January and February to carry out a deep clean and do some painting.

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Winter light

November 7th 2016

From autumn to winter

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Shetland Wool Week 2016

October 3rd 2016

The very successful Shetland Wool Week is over for another year. Over 400 enthusiastic knitters took part. If you were unable to attend you can still read articles on Shetland Wool with some great new patterns. The photos in the Shetland Wool Week Annual 2016 were taken in Belmont House.Why not come to Shetland for next years Wool Week and spend some time at Belmont.

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Hairst

September 12th 2016

Hairst 'harvest' is over and we are into September, a month of spectacular sunsets, bright yellow low sun and the onset of windy weather. Shetland has had a very sunny summer and we are now looking towards winter. The northern lights have been spotted already and the last of the wild flowers are almost over.It's time to prepare for dark nights and get your store of firewood in.

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