Welcome to Aberchalder Estate
Aberchalder Estate is a traditional Scottish Highlands Sporting estate in the West Highlands of Scotland. It encompasses some 30,000 acres of beautiful woodlands,
mountains, lochs and rivers along both sides of the Caledonian Canal
in the heart of the Great Glen.
The estate are proud to offer Stag Stalking, Hind Stalking, Fishing, & Clay Shooting to sporting guests.
With a choice of 3 recently refurbished accommodation at Leiter Fearn Farmhouse, Leac Cottage and Larigan,
make Aberchalder Estate your next holiday destination.
Enjoy the beauty and tranquility provided when staying on a tradtional Scottish estate.
Aberchalder Estate, a traditional Scottish Highlands Sporting Estate offering Red Deer Stag & Hind Stalking, River
Salmon & Hill Loch Trout Fishing & Clay Shooting
Leiter Fearn Farmhouse
Enjoy a stay in our recently refurbished traditional Farmhouse.
Offering self-catering accommodation for up to 8 guests on the banks of the Caledonian Canal.
Our most recent addition to the estate holiday house collection. Recently refurbished and offering a more modern finish, this house offers comfortable accommodation,
ideal for up to 6 guests.
Enjoy river and hill loch fishing for Salmon and Trout on our estate.
Ghillie tuition and equipment offered.
Walking & Cycling
The perfect place to enjoy endless walks for all fitnesses and levels. Local cycle routes a plenty and nearby challenging mountain biking on the Nevis Range.
The ideal location as a base to Tour around this unspoilt adventure playground and gateway to the islands.
Recently refurbished traditional 'blackhouse' cottage in the West Highlands. Providing accommodation for
2 guests on the banks for the
A Scottish sporting estate steeped in history. Learn here about our facinating past in this beautiful part of Scotland.
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What our Guests say
Don't just take our word for it. Read some of our holiday and sporting guest Testimonials here.
Thank you for a wonderful stay in your lovely farmhouse. We visited so many places in the area and hope to come back to stay soon.
Steven Baker and family.