Lerwick has a long history of offering accommodation to travellers. It's the administrative centre of Shetland and the entry-point to its islands for many visitors. The two most established hotels are the Queens, dating to the end of the 17th Century, and the Grand, which opened in the 1860s. Now they are both for sale. The asking price for the Grand is £450k and the Queens is available for offers of over £500k. So a million pounds will give full hotelier status. For further details go to Shetland News.
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