Client: City and Country
Architect: Shaw & Jagger Architects Ltd
Built in the late thirteenth or early fourteenth century as part of a series of similar polygon shaped curtain walled castles protecting the Western Isles of Scotland.
The abandoned ruin of Mingary castle has recently been painstakingly renovated by a team of highly skilled craftsmen, who have made good the crumbling stonework, long lost roofs and floors buried deep in undergrowth, so once again Mingary can provide its guests with the finest of Highland hospitality.
Astute Fire provided fire engineering services on this project.