Mingarry Park Guest House


Breakfast at Mingarry Park is served in our beautiful dining room with view to Ben Resipole. We believe breakfast should be the best meal of the day and at Mingarry Park we make sure this is the case.

Guests enjoy the best local produce such as Ardshealach Smoked Salmon, fresh eggs from Kinlochmoidart with the most amazing orange yolks due to grazing on the shore line, Macsween Haggis, Storoway Black Pudding, Chefs home-made Granola, Berry compote Raspberry Jam and Marmalade.

Breakfast is served 8am to 9am in the summer months and 8.15am to 9.15am in the winter. Guests requiring an early breakfast will be provided with a continental breakfast in the dining room.


Traditional Scottish Porridge with cream and your choice of the following:
Golden Syrup - Honey - Dram of Whisky - Fruit Compote
Home-Made Granola Served with Natural Yoghurt
Berry Compote and Natural Yoghurt Cocktail
Fresh Fruit Salad with Cinnamon Syrup

Full Scottish Breakfast

Angus’s Fresh Local Eggs from Kinlochmoidart - Poached - Scrambled
Fried Egg - Donald Russells Gourment Sausages - Local Butchers Bacon
Stornoway Black Pudding - MacSween Haggis - Potato Scone
Grilled Tomato - Mushrooms - Heinz Baked Beans

Vegetarian Option

Angus’s Eggs Scrambled - Potato Scone – Tomato – Mushrooms - Beans
Angus’s Fresh Local Eggs from Kinlochmoidart
Served with Ardshealach Smoked Salmon from Glenuig


Special Offers

Gift Vouchers

Your package includes house Champagne, chocolates and a beautifully presented vase of flowers in your deluxe room on arrival! Book today for the amazing price of £105.00 per person.

Please phone 01967 431 202 or e-mail info@mingarryparkhouse.co.uk to book.

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Activities at Mingarry Park

Clay Shooting

Clay Shooting
We have a clay pigeon shooting facility on the grounds and we are delighted to offer our guest the chance to have a shot. This can be arranged on request.

Deer Hunting in Scotland

Deer Hunting in Scotland
Take the opportunity to experience a challenging day's red deer stalking with local expert John MacDonald. Stalking through some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland, this is truly an experience you will never forget. (Stalking is seasonal, August - February.)
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Within the local area salmon, trout and sea trout fishing is available. This ranges from boat fishing to hiking up into the mountains to one of the many secluded hill lochs. Also being a stones throw from the coast, sea angling is also available.

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