Often described as the “forgotten area of Argyll” the 5,000 acre Glenstriven Estate lies in the unspoilt Cowal Peninsular. This is an exceptional Highland experience which offers first class shooting and hospitality to guests from around the world, with partridge shooting from early September and a mix of pheasant and partridge through to late January. Guests enjoy exclusive use of the original Laird’s handsome home, with a great chef and local staff to look after you.
After 17 years, Head Game Keeper Ian Smith, has handed over the reigns of the running of the shoot at Glenstriven to his son, Jack. The huge variety of terrain, including steep ground, hills, woodlands, gorse and gullies, along with the varied habitat of tall conifers, birch banks and craggy cliffs also help produce pheasants of world class quality. The array of birds is fantastic, high curling birds coming off crags, wild pheasants over treetops and and some extreme pheasants at such drives as ‘Rio Grande’. With Loch Striven as a back-drop, the scenery is quite spectacular.
To find out more about this wonderful estate please contact Andrew Loyd on 01835 824 642 or firstname.lastname@example.org.