A natural forest of oak and birch, with undergrowth of ferns and rhododendrons. The farm is divided into two large woodcock hunting areas both with marshes and streams to create a perfect habitat.
A farm approximately 4,000 acres on the Loch Fyne fjord in the county of Argyll and Bute in the South of the Highlands.
Above it there is a boundless area of hills and valleys covered with heather, the undisputed kingdom of Red Grouse.
For us, hunting has always been tradition, passion and adventure. A love that is consummated with full respect for the fauna. Scotland, beyond the great opportunities it offers, represents one of its greatest expressions, a land that lets you rediscover the quiet cadence of time, with its natural rhythms of life.
Unique landscapes where you can rediscover the deep bond between man and animal, an ancestral union that is renewed every day thanks to hunting.
Another 3 properties of about 2000 acres are developed on the peninsula opposite the island of Bute.
Spruce plantations and woodlands are perfectly mixed with fields and open space to create the perfect habitat for woodcock and deer.