Remote, timeless & beautiful
In all respects the Ardnamurchan Peninsula is almost an island. After all, it is the most westerly extremity of the British mainland. Remote, timeless, beautiful and bounded by sea on three sides, this is one of Scotland’s last truly wild places.
Mingary Castle provides guests with the finest of Highland hospitality, surrounded by unforgettable scenery and breathtaking wildlife.Mingary Castle
Ardnamurchan Estates enjoys an enviable reputation for its red deer which have been managed and improved through selective breeding for many generations
Our unique holiday cottages are a great way for visitors to immerse themselves in life here on the peninsula.Holiday Cottages
Ardnamurchan may appear, today, to be rather a peaceful, quiet and remote corner of Scotland. However, the fact that it is a peninsula on the west coast with poor land access made it ideal for the "power barons" of the past. A base on this peninsula could be a highly important strategic fortification for overseeing activities in Mull, Skye, the Argyll coast and even as far as the Western Isles.History
Ardnamurchan Estates enjoys an enviable reputation for its red deer which have been managed and improved through selective breeding for many generations. You may also see Roe deer across the Peninsula and a few Fallow Deer in the forest blocks around Loch Mudle.
The fishermen amongst you may wish to try the small lochs and burns across the Estates for Brown Trout.Sporting
We love welcoming guests to Adrnamurchan and have a number of accommodation options designed to show you the best of what the peninsula has to offer. There’s the grandeur of Mingary, our restored 13th century castle, Kilchoan Hotel which offers a lively slice of local life and the unique self-catering holiday homes dotted around some of the most beautiful spots Estate.Find out more
How to get to Ardnamurchan
The Ardnamuchan Peninsula lies on the west coast of the Scottish Highlands. Glasgow airport is aproximately 4 hours away and Edinburgh Airport is aproximately 5 hours away. There are three main routes to travel to the Ardnamurchan Peninsula by car, two involve crossing lochs, and the other is entirely by road. There is also a helipad on site.