Trout Fishing at Bettyhill, Scotland
Bettyhill lies at the mouth of the River Naver on the north coast, well situated as a base for exploring the many excellent trout lochs in and around Strath Naver, all providing fabulous fly fishing for truly wild trout in the most magnificent wild surroundings. A bit of a walk will take you to lochs which may not have seen a fisherman in years.
Sea Trout and Salmon Fishing - River Naver Scotland
The River Naver flows the eighteen miles from Loch Naver to enter the sea at Bettyhill. It is one of the most productive, and exclusive, of Scotland’s salmon rivers, rivalling the Helmsdale for numbers of fish. This will mean little to most of us, though, as the Naver also rivals the Helmsdale in its exclusivity. It is a very private river. The lower beat, however, is reserved for the local angling club and a limited number of daily permits are available to visitors.
The fishing for both salmon and sea trout can be excellent on the lower association beat of the River Naver. Angling Clubs and Associations Permits to fish the Association water on the River Naver can be purchased, on a first-come-first-served basis at Bettyhill General Merchants (Post Office), Bettyhill.
Please contact the Bettyhill Hotel for any further information. We will be more than happy to assist you with any questions.
Stag and Hind stalking available locally between 1 July – 13th February.
Experience the exciting stealthy pursuit of deer on foot at an affordable rate. All equipment including rifles/scopes etc are provided. Shooting practice included so no previous experience required.
Price & Availability on request. Please contact the hotel on 01641 521202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Trophy or meat can be purchased additionally.
Discover the vibrant culture, inherited from Norse and Gaelic ancestors. Strathnaver Museum is a heart which keeps the blood of tradition pumping; sustaining and preserving it for future generations. The Museum holds a diverse range of objects depicting life in the north Highlands from prehistoric to more modern times. Within the Museum you can discover the Bronze Age burial beaker unearthed by a Highland Council roadcrew in 1981 at Chealamy and marvel at the tools our ancestors used to work their land in order to feed their families. Just outside the Museum you can also see the impressive and elaborately designed Pictish Farr Stone dated from around 800 to 850AD.
The Strathnaver museum is located within the village of Bettyhill, only a short walk away from the hotel.