Ben Damph, Wester Ross

Comfort, seclusion and some of the best brown trout fishing in Scotland.

Scottish Sporting Gazette

Ben Damph Estate has a lot to offer those who enjoy the outdoors. With 14,500 acres of land, it contains an awe-inspiring mixture of magnificent mountains and glens, sea lochs and inland lochs, with views constantly changing colour and mood.

Scottish Sporting Gazette

At its heart, the Log House, a handcrafted construction made entirely of 100-year-old Scots pine, Douglas fir and European larch.

Scottish Sporting Gazette

There is an additional lodge, Thrail House, situated on the banks of the estate's intricate salmon river, The Thr?il. The river flows into the Torridon River near where it meets the Sea at Upper Loch Torridon. It has some good pools and some decent salmon have been caught on this stretch.

Scottish Sporting Gazette

The estate's pi'ce de r'sistance, however, is Loch Damph. At over three and a half miles long, it is the largest inland loch on the estate and can boast some of the best brown trout fishing in Scotland.

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Guests can also enjoy stalking, rough shooting and hill walking in this stunning part of Scotland's West Coast.

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