Vegan Karen’s Holiday Let Scotland

Vegan Karen’s Holiday Let Scotland

Vegan Karen’s Holiday Let Scotland

More about Vegan Karen’s Holiday Let Scotland

A self-catering, totally vegan holiday home, found in the picturesque village of Helmsdale in the far north of Scotland, part of the stunningly beautiful NC 500 route

Key information

Totally vegan, though non-vegans, and companion animals are welcomed if following a vegan life.
Part of the NC500 route, Helmsdale, is and hour and half from Inverness, and also has direct rail and bus links.

Contact information

Email: Vegankaren'[email protected]

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