Ardlussa Estate is one of the seven estates on Jura and is owned and run by the Fletcher family who have been on the island for nearly a hundred years. The Fletcher family are the only resident landowners on Jura and live in a self contained wing of the house with four young daughters.
Ardlussa House itself dates back to the 1600’s and now welcomes up to 10 guests for dinner, bed and breakfast (using home grown produce) or for self catering accommodation. Dinner bookings are BYOB.
They also offer fishing for salmon and sea trout and deer stalking. If you visit in May, you can experience wild goat stalking on the uninhabited west coast of Jura.
Ewen MacInnes is the Assistant Estate Manager and Head Stalker, having worked on the Estate for over 20 years. He leads every stalk and is extremely passionate about the land and wildlife in this remote part of the world.
The deer stalking season runs from the end of August until 20th October for stags, then November to February for hinds. If you are planning on hill walking during those times, you must contact each Estate to notify them. You will find contact details on www.juradmg.co.uk.
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Please note availability for self catering is dependent on all rooms being free. Book ahead if this is your preferred option.
Isle of Jura