The visitor is afforded an abundance of sporting and recreational pursuits, enjoyed from the comfort of traditional lodges and cottages.
Set amidst the natural splendour of the Scottish Highlands, the Estates of Balnagown include some of the world's most breathtaking scenery. A landscape that was carved by the great glaciers of the last Ice Age, leaving a rich and varied blend of woodland, rivers and glens all set against manificent mountain backdrops.
Stretching from the low fertile plains of Easter Ross in the east, extending northwards into the highlands of central Sutherland, the Estates cover some 60,000 acres, incorporating the Estates of inveroykel, Duchally and Balnagown itself.
The visitor is afforded an abundance of sporting and recreational pursuits, enjoyed from the comfort of traditional lodges and cottages; authentic accomodation set in the most tranquil of locations, yet equipped to the very highest standards.
Trout and Salmon Fishing
The Balnagown Estates provide some of the finest angling availables anywhere in the Scottish Highlands.
Between March and October, both Salmon and Sea Trout are availabe on the Lower Oykel, Upper Cassley and Balnagown Rivers, whilst the abindance of the hill lochs throughout the estates yield sufficient Brown and Rainbow Trout to satisfy the most ardent of fly fishing enthusiasts.
If fly fishing is your interest, this too can be arranged off the coasts of Easter Ross and the Black Isle.
Recreation and Leisure
For those looking for variety on their holiday, the Estates offer an abundance of options including cycling, walking, stalking and shooting. If golf is your interest we can arrange access to many of the superb east coast links courses including Tain, Royal dornoch, Skibo Castle, Golspie and Brora.
The lodges and cottages on the Estate are of the highest standard, and are equipped with all the modern conveniences that you would expect in your own home. For those wishing a complete break, we can also arrange a cook to provide breakafst and main meals.
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