BED AND BREAKFAST IN KINGUSSIE, HIGHLANDS
Avondale House is a fine example of an Edwardian Scottish villa built in 1907 by Peter Alexander Cameron Mackenzie who was responsible for building many similar properties in Kingussie. A guest house for many years, it has been sympathetically upgraded to offer modern standards of comfort, whilst maintaining many of its original features. The property sits in its own grounds with ample private car parking, only a short pleasant walk into the centre of Kingussie. Avondale House provides the perfect setting for a pleasurable stay in the Highlands and is open throughout the year.
Kingussie makes an ideal holiday location as it is conveniently situated to the A9 between Perth and Inverness, only an hours’ drive from Inverness airport and with good railway links. This attractive small town is situated in the Spey Valley and at the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. Staying at Avondale House gives you the opportunity to enjoy an abundance of outdoor pursuits that the area has to offer.
Avondale House has 4 delightful en-suite bedrooms, all with shower and toilet. There is a kingsize bedded room and 2 twin bedded rooms on the ground floor. On the first floor is a double bedded room. All rooms are well equipped with all those little extras to help make your stay comfortable with hairdryer, alarm clock radio, welcome hospitality tray, flat screen TV, complimentary toiletries and free wifi.
Breakfast is served in the attractive dining room overlooking the front garden. We are delighted to tempt you with a delicious cooked breakfast or you may prefer to help yourself to a lighter alternative from the sideboard. Within a short walking distance of Avondale House there are several local hotels and restaurants which provide excellent evening meals catering for all tastes. We are unable to accommodate pets in the house.
The map points to the centre of the postcode for Avondale House and may not indicate the exact position of the property. You can zoom in or out and move the map around to get the best directions for your journey there.
From Edinburgh - 115 mls: A90 north across the Forth Road Bridge, on to M90 to Perth, then on to A9 to Inverness.
From Glasgow - 126 mls: M8 Eastbound to Edinburgh, Exit 13 on to M80 to Stirling, up to merger with M9 north to Perth, then A9 to Inverness.
From Perth - 68 mls: A9 north to Inverness.
From Inverness - 44 mls: A9 south to Perth.