Vegan Karen’s Holiday Let Scotland
- Vegan Karen’s Holiday Let Scotland
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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
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.
Email: Vegankaren'[email protected]
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