Shooting - from Grouse to Partridge. White hare to Rabbits. Driven pheasant. Pigeon shooting. Driven duck. Ptarmigan goose & duck flighting - or a mixture! And stalking - choose from Red Stag, Roebuck, Sika, Fallow and even Wild Goat. You can shoot (something) in Scotland 365 days a year. And literally tens of thousands of acres of excellent fieldsport opportunities are only a short distance frommost hotels, including famous Atholl Estates. Many of our Hotels will liaise and partner with local agents to ensure:

  • Transport between Accommodation and Shooting Areas and on the shoot
  • Provision of all necessary staff including group supervisor
  • Hire of shotguns if required, and provision of Ammunition
  • Shooting Lunches with Refreshments
  • Temporary Game Licence and Personal Liability Insurance
  • Temporary Weapons Import Permit
  • Bad Weather Shoot Cancellation Insurance Premium for driven programmes only
  • Group Collection & Return to Scottish Airport (Edinburgh, Dundee or Glasgow) if required

Programmes are equally suitable for corporate entertainment or for private enjoyment. And side tours for non hunting guests as well as golfing, fishing or touring add-ons can be arranged. So we are a truly multi-countrysport activity destination!

Hunting Scotland

The leading source of bespoke hunting trips throughout Scotland, meaning that if you want to experience rough shooting or hunting in Scotland you are able to do so while enjoying the magnificent local countryside.

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Clay Pigeon Scotland

From our beautiful countryside site, high in the Touch Hills overlooking the ancient city of Stirling, we are proud to be able to cater for both complete beginners and established shots.

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Taking in the region's breathtaking variety, from its serene glens and endless expanses of lush forest, to its bleakly beautiful moors, rushing rivers and tumbling waterfalls, it's impossible to argue with Sir Walter Scott. Perthshire's scenery is truly awe-inspiring.