Little Blackhall & Inchmarlo fishings

Little Blackhall & Inchmarlo fishings

The Little Blackhall fishing lodge stands on the site of Blackhall Castle (demolished in 1947) and enjoys a wonderfully secluded position close to the river, surrounded by magnificent trees planted as part of the Castle’s arboretum.

Laird’s Cast is situated on the North bank overlooking the House Pool some 50m away.

Little Blackhall & Inchmarlo benefit from both seclusion and accessibility, albeit that it lies within the heart of Deeside, an area reknowned for its scenery and the many sporting pursuits which take place in the vicinity. Banchory is now most prominent amongst the Deeside towns and offers an excellent range of facilities including an eighteen hole and a nine hole golf course. The area is rich in history with numerous castles and gardens to visit, such as Crathes, Craigievar, Castle Fraser and Drum.

Aberdeen with its international airport at Dyce is only 22 miles distant and offers further extensive facilities befitting a city serving the north east of Scotland.

Blackhall lodge

Little Blackhall Fishing Lodge is situated in a most beautiful position on the site of the old Blackhall Castle.

When you drive into Little Blackhall the Lodge is about 100 yards on the left overlooking fields and hills and the river is about another 100 yards further on.

The Lodge, which is let on a weekly basis with the fishing, has recently been extensively renovated and enlarged. It has four twin bedded rooms, two bathrooms, a shower room with WC and a downstairs WC. The sitting room and modern equipped kitchen/dining room are comfortably and charmingly furnished. There is a utility room with a washing machine, larder and an old icehouse in the grounds and the house is surrounded by magnificent specimen trees.

1 comment to Little Blackhall & Inchmarlo fishings

Leave a Reply to Gail Cancel reply





Upload Files

You can include images or files in your comment by selecting them below. Once you select a file, it will be uploaded and a link to it added to your comment. You can upload as many images or files as you like and they will all be added to your comment.