Most of our sport is let with accommodation on the estate, either at one of our Highland lodges or at a woodland lodge in the castle grounds, depending on the time of year and the size of your party.
Find out about staying on the estate here.
For smaller groups, why not stay in one of our Woodland Lodges
Our main letting period is between August and October when grouse, salmon and stags are all in season and we can produce a package of sport that provides the party with six days out on the hill and on the river.
From late October to mid-February the sport moves to hind and doe stalking and rough shooting. During this period, parties normally book a part week but seven day lets are also possible.
During the conventionally quiet period for country sports between March and July, we can still keep the avid sporting guest happy. The salmon season opens again, our hill lochs provide some exciting wild brown trout fishing and roe buck come into season from the beginning of April.
Our sporting packages are created specifically for each party’s interest and aspirations and then on arrival, the host keeper will continue to ensure that what is being arranged suits your circumstances and that of the weather. Our objective is to ensure our guests have the best experience that our estate can provide.