The secluded Gledfield Estate is centred around an historic country house, which dates from the early 18th Century.
Nestled in the Strathcarron Glen in the village of Ardgay, near Inverness, Gledfield lies on the shores of the Dornoch Firth, meaning you are treated to glorious views of both coast and countryside.
The nearby sheltered sandy beaches benefit from a sunny microclimate, while the moorland and mountains provide a rugged backdrop just waiting to be explored along the many walking and hiking trails.
The estate boasts its own salmon fishing river, plus six lochs with a thriving rainbow trout population. Meanwhile, the wooded hillsides and lower pastures are a bustling habitat for grouse, ptarmigan, pheasants and partridges. Ideal for activities and sports.
Gledfield lies in the Sutherland region – a major part of the famous North Coast 500 route, and therefore also offers the opportunity to visit some of spectacular highlights of the eastern section of the route.