Attadale is a 30,000 acre estate in the North West of Scotland. It stretches from the south shore of Loch Carron to Loch Monar, 15 miles to the east.
Attadale is ideally situated for touring the North West Highlands. To the North are Applecross, Loch Torridon, Loch Maree and the famous gardens of Inverewe. To the South is the magnificent scenery of Kintail with Eilean Donan Castle, Glenelg and, at Kyle of Lochalsh, the bridge over to Skye.
The Estate has four holiday cottages which can accommodate from 4 up to 8 people available from March to October. Click on the button to find out more.
The beautiful gardens are open to the public from the beginning of April until the end of October. Click on the button to find out more.
Tree felling will take place between March and Septemberof 2018 and 2019.
Whilst the operational works are ongoing the estate will need to divert the public footpaths, to protect users and machine operators.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU FOLLOW ALL DIVERSION SIGNS AND ADHERE TO SITE SAFETY NOTICES.
The core path map highlights the diversion routes and the time periods they will be in place.
Any queries please contact Louise Alexander on 01463 224343.
Fishing at Attadale
We have for many years worked with others to improve the stocking of the Carron River, led by Bob Kindness this has proved to be a great success. Paul Merton has a programme called 'Paul Merton Secret Stations' and Attadale Railway station is featured in the first episode. See Paul visiting Attadale Gardens and also fishing on the Carron as well as helping Bob Kindness with the technical work he undertakes.
We had a Royal visit on 24th June where HRH, The Duke of Rothesay came to see the work being done at Attadale and other sites for the restocking of the river. Click on the pictures button to see then. More will be added in the next few days. All photographs by Peter Barr
For information about the deer on the estate please click on the button.
Walking at Attadale
Walkers are welcome on the Estate. An off road car park is provided for them and there is a bothy at Beinn Dronaig. The Bothy is open year-round*.
* Please Note:
Ben Dronaig Bothy - Temporary Closure
Both Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and Scottish Government have over the last few years taken a keen interest in deer numbers and the need to ensure the health and welfare of the deer population, as well as the environment in which they live. To that end, each estate has an agreed culling target that must be adhered to.
In order for us to meet our 2018 culling target we have decided to temporarily close Ben Dronaig Bothy from 20th September until 20th October 2018. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Lochalsh Deer Management Group
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