Alvie & Dalraddy Estate totals 13,000 acres of land stretching from the River Spey, northwest over the Monadhliath Mountains to the watershed between the Dulnain and Findhorn rivers.
The Estate contains a wide variety of sporting opportunities including deer stalking, grouse shooting, rough shooting, duck flighting & fishing. The Estate gained prominence during the early part of this century as a result of experimental deer management techniques carried out by Mr R B Whitehead. Alvie also provides a range of quality accommodation in self catering cottages or catered accommodation in Alvie House.
Shooting – Red Grouse – 12th August – 1st week of September
Shooting – Duck and Geese – Duck- 1st September to 31st January
Shooting – Clay Pigeon
Deer Stalking/Hunting – Red Stags – 7th September – October 20th
Deer Stalking/Hunting – Red Hinds – October 21st – December 15th
Deer Stalking/Hunting – Roe Bucks – April 1st – October 20th
Fishing – Atlantic Salmon – 11th February – 30 September
Fishing – Brown Trout – 15 March – 6 October
Fishing – Coarse Angling – No Closed season
Other Field Sports – Falconry
Other Field Sports – Clay Pigeon Shooting
Alvie Estate stretches from the River Spey, over the Monadhliath Mountains to the Dulnain river. Alvie has 3 cottages sleeping 4-6 and 2 apartments within Alvie House sleeping 8 & 10. www.alvie-estate.co.uk/accommodation/cottages-flats. Alvie House also offers fully catered accommodation for groups. Online booking for accommodation & some activities.
Other activities on the estate include:
Clay pigeon shooting
Quad bike treks
Deer feeding and photography