On The Estate
Inshriach consists of 200 acres of natural woodland and pasture, bordered on the North side by the river Spey, and to the south by the Inshriach Forest and the foothills of the Cairngorms. There are miles of walks straight out from the estate and we have 3 miles along the river spey with fishing, swimming and picnic spots aplently for relaxed afternoons out.
In the oak woods you can find a cruck framed workshop which houses Woodentom and his green woodworking and carving operation. Courses in spoon carving, bowl making, furniture making and other wood based pursuits run throughout the year, or book him for an afternoon of axe throwing. Have a look at Tom’s website for more details.
The old squash court is now home to Jon Panniers workshop. Trained as a guitar maker and luthier he is also capable of repairing instruments and very beautiful bespoke joinery. Once the set up is finished we will be running courses in guitar making but please get in touch if you need anything made in the meantime.
Down on the farm the old chicken sheds are being transformed into the Farm shop, off license, pottery and bar. Only open to guests (and even then not always open) the shop will stock all manner of useful and useless items to make your stay at Inshriach more amusing.
We have three miles of single bank fishing, covering the bottom 400 yards of the River Feshie then downstream along the Spey as far as Rothiemurchus. Day tickets are available from Inshriach Farm for £25 per day. You need to bring your own equipment and waders are recommended to make the most of the stretch because it is wild and varied and very beautiful. Please email us in advance if you would like a ticket because we take exclusive use bookings with the house.