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Self-Catering in Kincraig

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Feshiebruach
Feshiebridge

Kincraig
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Feshiebruach is a cosy chalet in birch woodland at the head of Glen Feshie. Ideal for active outdoor enthusiasts it is surrounded by forests and has good views of the nearby Cairngorm mountains. Occupancy is for 2 persons only.

Entirely open plan the fully fitted kitchen has microwave, dishwasher, cooker, hob, washing machine, ventilation fan, fridge with small freezer compartment. Living area has big windows and luxurious leather recliners, Sky TV, CD player plus hi-fi. Bedroom is curtained off and king size. Cedar wood floor, hyperbolic perabular ceiling, wood walls, pine furniture. No smoking. Electric heating throughout.

Shops and restaurants are in Kincraig 2 miles or Aviemore 6 miles. Riding, water sports, climbing, walking, gliding, shooting, bike hire, fishing, swimming, skiing, all available near by. Within proposed Cairngorm National Park boundary. Minimum stay one week.

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Nearest Train Station: Aviemore
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Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Inverness
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Chalet
Price Guide: 280 - 380
Nearest Major Town: Aviemore
Distance: 6 miles
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