Braeburn B & B
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Braeburn B & B A warm welcome awaits you from your hosts Ton and Irene. Braeburn Guest House /Bed and Breakfast is a spacious family-run house situated on an elevated position with panoramic views of Loch Linnhe and the Ardgour Hills. Braeburn Guest House / B&B is a 4 Star VisitScotland Guesthouse and is set in its own private grounds. It has ample parking. We are three miles from the town centre in the village of Banavie and there is a hotel and a pub, within walking distance of the Guest House, both serving excellent food.

We are open the whole year to cater for individuals or small groups.

read more › All our rooms are very spacious with en-suite shower facilities. There is a digital Freeview TV in every room and tea and coffee making facilities, plus a hairdryer and radio alarm clock. Most importantly, they enjoy stunning views over Loch Linnhe and the surrounding hills. The area is quiet and peaceful so a good nights sleep should not be a problem. All double beds have the added comfort of a king size duvet cover. A large, superior family room consisting of one king-size bed and one single bed to accommodate up to three guests.

read more › A deposit of 25% of the booking total is required or leaving us your credit card details which will be stored safely according PCI regulations. The deposit will be refunded according to the cancellation conditions. Full booking balance is due on the day of arrival. If the booking is cancelled equal or less than 21 days before arrival then a charge equal to 50% of the total stay will be made. If the booking is cancelled equal or less than 7 days before arrival then a charge equal to the full booking amount will be made.

read more › From late June until September The Jacobite Steam Train takes you back in time and also takes you through some of Scotland's spectacular scenery. Within five minutes walk of Braeburn is the magnificent Caledonian Canal, a geological fault line which split Scotland in half millions of years ago. Neptune's staircase is a series of locks and an engineering masterpiece constructed by Thomas Telford in 1822 designed to negotiate the sixty-foot difference between the water levels of the canal and those of Loch Linnhe.

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