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B and Bs in Fort Augustus

Mavisburn B&B
Mavisburn
2 The Steadings
Auchterawe

Fort Augustus
Highlands

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Mavisburn is ideal if you are looking for a central Highland base to tour from and the village of Fort Augustus and its local amenities are just 2.5 miles aways. We are situated in the wonderfully peaceful Auchterawe forest and surrounded by trees, fields and wonderful views of the Great Glen Mountain range, you may even be lucky enough to spot a deer, bird of prey or even the elusive Pine Martin during your stay. At Mavisburn your comfort is of the utmost importance to us and we offer three rooms to suit your needs, whatever they may be. Our Family Room en-suite, comprises one comfortable king size and two single beds, and our Double Room en-suite also has a king size bed. The double en-suite has a bath and separate shower. Both rooms offer the perfect setting to relax following your day out in the highlands. Finally our Single Room with private shower facilities opposite the bedroom, is bright and cosy, perfect for getting a good night's sleep. We supply a bath robe in the single room for our guests use during their stay. Please note that we welcome children from the age of 3 and that the maximum age for our child rate in the family room is 15 years of age. Additionally, all of our rooms have tea and coffee making facilities hairdryers, as well as flat screen televisions and DVD players. A selection of DVD's are available for guests to borrow and these can be found in the guests lounge, along with a selection of books and magazines. We also offer basic complementary toiletries in each of the bathrooms.

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