Erchless Castle was the ancient home of the Chief Clan Chisholm from the Norman Conquest until 1935. The estate extends to 12,000 acres from the Upper Beauly to the top of the Phillain at 854m and offers salmon fishing over 12 miles of the River Glass, which is divided into 6 rotating beats, together with Red Deer stalking in September and October.
The castle was originally built at the beginning of the 14th century, as a classic Norman style L- shaped Keep complete with pepper pot turrets. Georgian and Victorian additions were made to give the castle the form it has today. The Victorian wing provides the main letting accommodation, with 7 large bedrooms, a large Georgian dining room and all modern facilities.
Beauty treatment packages, archery and mini highland games available upon request.
Fishing – 2016 Rates
Two rotating beats available. Four rods per beat Mon- Sat inclusive.
July - £50 per rod per day - £1,200 per beat
August - £60 per rod per day - £1,440 per beat
Sept/October £70 per rod per day - £1,680 per beat
There is a ghillie available at an additional charge.
Stalking for hinds / stags available.
8 January – 2 April £1,875
2 April – 2 July £2,200
2 July - 6 August £2,950
6 August - 15 October £3,950
15 October – 5 November £2,200
5 November – 17 December £2,050
New Year £4,200