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Sleeps - 10
Region - Highlands & Islands
Sporting Salmon Fishing · Shooting · Stalking · Trout Fishing · Walked-up grouse
Activities Boats · Walking / Hiking
Rental From £2,100 per week
Morsgail is a mixed sporting estate of some 14,000 acres set in a remarkable wilderness.
Morsgail Lodge overlooks Morsgail Loch and is within easy walking distance from the Upper and Lower River. The estate offers both river and loch fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout, with two boats on Morsgail Loch and access to Loch Langavat. Red deer stalking for one rifle is available, as well as walked-up grouse shooting over the estate pointers. Snipe and woodcock can also be shot in season.
Morsgail Lodge offers comfortable accommodation for up to 10 guests and is let on a self-catered basis with all bedrooms ensuite. The dining room and sitting room enjoy fantastic views over the loch. Sea fishing trips can be arranged, as well as visits to the remote islands, beaches and coastline.
Dogs are welcome on the estate, but not in the house. Kennels are provided nearby.
Low Season – Lodge Only – £2,100.00 High Season – £4,850.00 per week (salmon fishing included) 1 July – 31 Oct
Stalking: £450.00 + VAT per stag £180.00 + VAT (no stag) outing fee Walked-up shooting £180.00 + VAT per gun per day.
Rates 2022: Low Season- £2,100.00 (Nov – Mid june) High season- £5,100.00 (Mid June to end of Oct)
Inc Salmon / Sea Trout Fishing, with 2 Estate Ghillies. – Fishing From Loch Boat, Bank, and river Stalking £450.00 + VAT per Stag Stalking No Stag £180.00 – Cost of Stalker Walked up shooting: Grouse, Snipe, Duck Flight – £180.00 Per gun per day Daily housekeeping included
Morsgail, situated on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Lewis, is the perfect place to get away from it all. This wonderful mixed sporting estate offers salmon and sea trout fishing, walked-up grouse, stalking and rough shooting.
Extraordinary wilderness, good weather and too much to do. We saw eagles with almost monotonous regularity and our party shot, stalked, fished, picnicked and collected the juiciest mussels we’ve ever eaten.
C Richardson, Surrey, England
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Five bedrooms (three doubles and two twins), sleeping 10 guests, all with en-suite bathrooms.
Public rooms include a drawing room with cosy wood-burning stove, and a spacious kitchen/dining room, with superb views across the loch to the hills beyond. There is a further sitting room, drying room and utility room with two washing machines and two tumble dryers.
There is also a fishing/gun room for storing rods and guns. The lodge is fully heated, with a heat exchange from the loch, and has full double glazing.
TV, SKY and Wi-Fi are all available but please be aware that, while there is a landline, there is no mobile phone reception so that you can enjoy total seclusion. There is, however, a selection of board games to keep you entertained if the weather turns. The estate also offers plenty of outdoor storage.
Dogs are welcome on the estate, but not in the house. Kennels are provided.
Morsgail offers salmon, sea trout and brown trout fishing on both river and loch. The fishing is principally on the Morsgail Loch and the upper and lower rivers, which are easily accessible by foot from the lodge – making it easy to go out for a cast before breakfast or after supper. There are two boats with outboards on the loch.
Exciting and secluded salmon and sea trout fishing with a breathtaking backdrop of mountains.
There can also be exciting fishing in the Loch Ken Resort estuary, particularly in late June and early July. There is a further boat on Loch Langavat and a boat for brown trout only on Loch Coirigerod. These latter three areas can only be accessed on foot and involve a three to four mile walk.
Grouse Walked-up grouse shooting over the estate pointer from late August.
Stalking Wonderful red deer stalking is available on Morsgail for one rifle from late August until 20 October.
Mixed Shooting Mixed shooting packages are available from October – January offering woodcock, snipe, geese and duck, including hind stalking.
Stalker/ghillie Malcolm MacPhail is the headkeeper and is on hand to look after all sporting and non-sporting guests whilst at Morsgail.
Dear George I wish to thank you for our holiday at Morsgail as it has been a great success. I think you did a great job at advising this estate for our party. Meterologic conditions were not ideal for salmon nor for deer but Malcom compensated a lot with alternative activities to entertain the kids. All the children loved it and are obviously hooked onto sports now on. That was the initial target and the result is well accomplished. Looking forward for more of Scotland in the future. Please convey my regards to the owner and thank him for sharing his passion for this lovely estate with us.
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