Near Banchory, Aberdeen City & Shire
Glendye offers plenty of variety and some challenging shoots in stunning surroundings.
Glendye is a wonderful, secluded and picturesque spot for a shoot, with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Participants stand by the River Dye awaiting a flush of pheasants and driven days typically yield up to 200 birds, including pheasant, partridge and duck. There are also opportunities for rough shooting at Glendye, producing a varied bag and giving guests the chance to work their own dogs. Run by head keeper Murdo McLeod, this shoot is based at Glen Dye Lodge, where parties gather for the start of the day and again for lunch. Large or small groups can be accommodated, and superb self-catering accommodation is available for up to 17 people.
Shooting - Pheasant - Driven
Shooting - Partridge - Driven
Shooting - Duck and Geese - Driven duck
We have two perfect holiday cottages each with outdoor, woodfired hot tubs and one with its own private cabin. We have also converted the old estate sawmill into a private outdoors paradise; here you’ll find a 1955 Airstream with a giant bed, a fully restored foresters’ kitchen and sitting room, a spectacular outdoor shower and a woodfired hot tub. These cabins and cottages combine jaw dropping wild locations with perfect comfort and style, and dogs are welcome - see https://www.glendyecabinsandcottages.com/ for full details.
|Contact Name||Murdo Macleod/Rachel Sedgwick|
|Address||Bridge of Dye
|Telephone||Click to see Number01330 850689|
|Size of Ground||25,000 acres|
|Number of Staff||5|
|Accommodation||Dog-friendly self-catering accommodation for up to 17 in 3 properties.|