Activities at Inverbroom
Fly fishing on the classic spate River Broom runs from mid-June right through to the end of September. The estate has 4 rods. Like many west coast rivers there is a catch and release policy in operation. There is plentiful Salmon as well as Trout fishing on lovely remote hill lochs and a boat is available by arrangement on the largest of these.
There is stalking available for one or two rifles from August with up to 8 stags being taken in a week.
Boating on the Loch
Hill Walks and Mountain Walks
Flora and Fauna
Clay pigeon shooting
Prices from £2,116.00
Set in Strath Broom 7 miles south of the pretty town of Ullapool and 1 hours drive north west of Inverness near the head of Loch Broom; The Inverbroom Lodge sits above the surrounding park and enjoys wonderful views towards the river on the east side and spectacular views of the surrounding hills. The Lodge is part of the Inverbroom Estate of 20,000 acres, and is an ideal spot for group family holidays and sporting weeks. The Victorian Shooting Lodge once part of the vast Braemore Estate owned by Sir John Fowler , designer of the Forth Bridge has been carefully and sympathetically modernised and improved since the current owners purchased it in 2003. The Lodge has ten bedrooms and eight en suite bathrooms - each one with either shower or shower and bath, and one family bathroom.
- 10 bedrooms with 8 En-suite Bathrooms
- Situated on the 20,000-acre estate
- Victorian Shooting Lodge
- Outdoor activities, boating, fishing, hiking, stalking, clay pigeon shooting
- Dogs Welcome