Böd or bød, (Booth), is a Shetlandic word originally used to describe the following types of building:
- Trading post or warehouse, such as the Hanseatic Böd in Symbister.
- Fishing storehouse, to store sails, nets, fishing tackle, salt for curing fish, etc.
- A refuge for the fishermen during the fishing season.
It is related to the English word, "booth".<ref>http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/booth?s=t</ref>
Since 1992 the Shetland Amenity Trust has acquired some böds and other historic buildings and renovated them as budget accommodation for backpackers, marketing all the locations as 'böds'.
- Aithbank Camping Böd
- Skeld Camping Böd
- Böd of Nesbister
- The Windhouse Lodge
- Johnnie Notions Böd
- The Sail Loft
- The Grieve House Böd
- Betty Mouat's Böd
- Voe House Böd