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Avalon Guest House
79 Glenurquhart Road
Inverness
Highlands

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Avalon is a modern, spacious, high quality Guest House and is ideally situated to be your base for touring the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. Our location on the main A82 tourist route means you are within easy reach of many places to visit such as the famous Loch Ness, just a few minutes away, Fort William, Isle Of Skye, Cairngorm National Park & Ben Nevis Mountain Range, to name but a few. And not forgetting many historic sights such as Inverness Castle, Urquhart Castle, Cawdor Castle & Culloden Battlefield. So whether you desire a relaxing trip taking in the magnificent Highland scenery & culture or an active break skiing, golfing, walking or cycling you will find we have everything close by to accommodate your holiday needs. We have ample off road parking and are within close walking distance of Inverness City Centre with a great variety of bars, restaurants, shops & Eden Court theatre. You will receive nothing but a warm & friendly welcome from both of us, a comfortable stay and a hearty breakfast to set you up for a days exploring!

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