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Mingulay House
Duror
Oban
Argyll

PA38 4BS | View map

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Mingulay House is a charming and spacious modern home that enjoys a quiet secluded location where your hosts, Dan & Jane White, offer the warmest of welcomes, exceptional accommodation, fantastic views and the ideal base from which to enjoy the many activities nearby.
Guests are welcome to explore the large attractive garden with its rill, pond and orchards, and perhaps be lucky enough to glimpse some of the local wildlife that often appears.

Mingulay House is situated half way between Oban and Fort William. A 5 minute drive away is the Dragons Tooth golf course and nearby is the new section of National Cycle Route No.78 (Cambeltown to Inverness), so we are a welcome stopover for weary cyclists!
3 En-Suite Bedrooms each with Freesat TV, DVD, Ipod Docking Station, Radio/Alarm, Hairdryer & Hospitality Tray.
1 Bedroom at Ground Level - Private Parking - Special Diets Catered For - Walkers, Cyclists & Bikers Welcome - Bag, Bike & Boot Storage - WiFi available throughout the house.

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