Call Bob Glynn on +44 (0)7795 214934

Woodcock Shooting on the Isle-of-Rassay, Western Isles of Scotland

General Game season - 1st October - 1st February - we only shoot Woodcock from the 1st week of DECEMBER and we limit numbers of birds shot this iscompany policy from 2019 to protect our native birds 

Isle - of - Rassay

Rassay is holder of the Scottish record woodcock bag of 916 birds in one season and is the jewel in the Scottish woodcock crown, superb ground ideal for 4-6 guns shooting over own pointers, or driven sport the island will only be shot over 3 times between 01 December 2022 and 31st January 2023.


This shoot fails to disappoint, stunning scenery with ground that woodcock want to rent!! This is my no 1 destination for virgin woodcock.

You can expect to see between 50-90 birds daily and pin 25-30 depending on how good a shots the group is. Best time to come is November-January. Pointers setters and handlers are extra cost of £125 per gun or we can split cost between group of 6/8 guns.


Refurbished over the last few years we have 3 levels of accommodation:
The Standard Single, Twin and Double rooms are individually and comfortably decorated and furnished with radio alarm, TV, hairdryer and hospitality tray.

The King's room is a similar level of decoration and furnishing but with a king size bed.

The Superior Double or Twin rooms are larger and as well as all the facilities in the standard rooms, they have complimentary fresh flowers, fresh fruit, hand made chocolates.

Bottled water, Isle of Arran toiletries and more luxurious towels and bed linen. Subject to availability we can also provide a Family Room on request.

The house has extensive wine cellar and the food is of the highest quality I advise the seafood and venison above all other offers


By car
We are approximately a 2.5 hour drive from Inverness & 5.5 hours from Glasgow. Whether arriving on the Isle of Skye via the bridge from Kyle of Lochalsh or on the ferry from Mallaig follow the signs towards Broadford and Portree. The Sconser ferry terminal is approx 13 miles north of Broadford on the A87 towards Portree and is well signposted.

By air
The closest airports are in Inverness and Glasgow both of which serve other UK and international airports. Car hire is available from these airports.

By coach
Citylink coaches run daily direct from Glasgow (approx 6.5 hours journey time) and Inverness (approx 3 hours journey time) to the ferry terminal at Sconser.

By train
The closest station is Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotrail trains arrive here from Inverness (approx 2.5 hours journey time). From Kyle coaches & buses run to the ferry terminal at Sconser (approx 40 minute journey time).

The view from your dining room:

Collection of Hunting Group

From Airport at Glasgow or Inverness for your group no extra cost and I will personally be assisting the guiding daily.


4 nights accommodation DBB and 3 days fully guided (over dog's springers) £1150 per person, add £125 per x 2 guests for pointers or we can do this per 3 guns, please advise your dog requirements please.

Final note

There are two places in Scotland that have the ability to provide woodcock in good numbers this is N0 1 the place to be.