For a truly unique holiday and breathtaking scenery, the Faroe Islands are literally unmatched. Located 205 miles north of Scotland, these remote islands are perfect for those seeking an active outdoor holiday or simply the chance to slow down and take stock. Officially part of Denmark, the islands have autonomous control and a distinct identity. The Faroe Islands are largely unspoilt and undeveloped; accommodation tends to be found in the main settlements, notably in Torshavn, although a number of remote accommodation options are available for those looking for a real adventure.
Accommodation options in the Faroe Islands include self-catering properties as well as a number of hotels, B&Bs and guest houses. Self-catering accommodation ranges from traditional homes, which make the perfect holiday cottage, to modern properties, apartments and purpose-built holiday lodges or chalets. Whatever accommodation you choose, get ready for something magical.