Hunting at Dorback
Dorback offers unparalleled hunting experiences by combining the breath-taking scenery with both exciting and challenging sport. Whether you are new to the sporting world, or if you are a weathered sportsman looking to test your skills, Dorback Estate has something special to offer for everyone.
Sporting on Offer
Much like the fauna and scenery that surrounds Dorback, the available shooting options are rich and varied. Throughout the autumn and winter months, we can offer driven and walked up grouse shooting, driven pheasant shooting and walked up days for woodcock and partridges.
As well as this, from the spring through to the autumn we can offer Roe deer and Red deer stalking. No matter what takes your fancy, the team at Dorback will do their very best to ensure you are offered a high class sporting experience.
The keepering team on Dorback is led by Brian Hamilton who has worked on Dorback for 35 years. Brian and his team have decades of combined experience on the estate and in the surrounding area.
They offer a wealth of knowledge, not just about the sport on offer, but also the wildlife and the habitats in which they all live. The team are here to make sure you have the best possible experience whilst visiting us, and will make sure you are well looked after.
Autumn/Winter Rough Shooting Packages
We currently have availability for mixed walked up sporting packages between 1st October and 30th January. These packages can be tailored to suit and guests can experience walked up pheasant, partridge, duck, grouse, woodcock and snipe shooting as well as red or roe deer stalking (seasonally dependent).
Prices start from £300 + VAT per day per gun for a mixed walked up package with a bag expectation of 10 birds per gun. These packages are enjoyed alongside our luxury self catering accommodation which is priced from £250 + VAT per night for Drum Cottage and £300 + VAT per night for Laggandhu Cottage.
For current pricing, please contact Philippa Cliff, the estate factor, on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 01463 224343.