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.


Travel arrangements

Glencalvie is 1 hour from Inverness mainline station and 1 hour 15 minutes from Inverness airport where regular flights operate from most UK main city airports. Guests can be collected by the taxi ranks outside the Airport and Railway station or by Ronnie’s Taxis from Ardgay.

Driving from Inverness, take the A9 north and turn left onto the B1976 towards Ardgay and Bonar Bridge. At Ardgay turn left at the Kyle of Sutherland District Fishery Board Office and continue for approximately 9 miles. Turning left at the Red post and Telephone box, going past Amat Lodge and approximately 1 mile further the entrance to Glencalvie Lodge is on the left hand side. Sat Nav – IV24 3BS..

Although you may never want to leave Glencalvie, away day activities and places to visit include:

• Golf at the following: Dornoch, Tain, Castle Stuart, Brora, Golspie
• Embo beach (north of Dornoch) and West coast beaches
• Portmahomack beach and fishing port (Oyster Catcher restaurant)
• Sutherland Game and Shell fish (north of Lairg on north bank of Loch Shin)
• Dunrobin Castle
• Falls of Shin
• Croick Church
• Castle of Mey (Caithness)
• Loch Ness
• Anta tweed and pottery (Tain)
• Tain Pottery
• Calluna Country Home of Hunter’s Tweed (Brora)
• The Jail Dornoch – clothes and gifts
• Glenmorangie – Visitor centre