Glencalvie Estate

The Glencalvie Estate, approached through part of the Caledonian Forest at the head of the Strathcarron.

Glencalvie Lodge

Glencalvie Lodge was built by C.W.Dyson Perrins as one of his sporting lodges in Sutherland.


Diebidale Lodge is situated in a commanding position towards Glen Diebidale on the Glencalvie Estate.

The Kennels Fishing Bothy

Glencalvie offers the comfort of the bothy at Gruinards throughout the day, and can be enjoyed.


The River Carron is a renowned Highland salmon river and provides exceptional fishing amongst some of the most glorious countryside.

The Glencalvie beat

Glencalvie water is a 2 rod beat and has some of the best fishing on the river including the famous Falls Pool. The river rises principally in Gleann Beag and Gleann Mor absorbing its major tributaries the Alladale River, the Diebidale Water and the Blackwater before descending 7 miles to the Kyle of Sutherland at Bonar Bridge.

The Gruinards beat

The Gruinards beat extends to approximately 4 miles of right bank fishing, which includes a variety of pools and runs providing excellent fishing in most conditions. There are 27 main pools on the beat including the well known Upper and Lower Craigs, Keepers, Pigeon Rock, The Morail, Gardeners, the Boat Pool and the Washer Woman. There is good vehicular and pedestrian access to the beat throughout.

Gruinards which lies opposite Braelangwell is a 4 rod beat. The 2 estates have a longstanding arrangement to ensure there is no one fishing opposite. A ghillie is usually provided throughout your stay.

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