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Self-Catering in Fort Augustus

Kintore, Fort Augustus, Highlands

Kintore
Loch Ness
Fort Augustus
Highlands

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Kintore Self Catering Holiday cottage is situated in the village of Fort Augustus at the head of Loch Ness in the highlands of Scotland. The holiday cottage sleeps 4 in one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. The cottage is located in the village by the Caledonian Canal, and within walking distance of shops, pubs and restaurants.

Kintore is one of the traditional lock keepers cottages on the canal side built around 1830. Now completely renovated and extended, the holiday cottage offers comfortable self catering accommodation. Fort Augustus is an ideal location to explore the local and surrounding areas. There are great opportunities to participate in both summer and winter activities including walking, fishing, cycling, climbing, skiing and much more ...

Kintore holiday cottage has a small, safe, enclosed back garden with barbeque, and outside table & chairs. Car parking is at the rear within the garden. No smoking, No pets.

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Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
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