Pike Fishing in Scotland: Where to Stay

Your region-by-region guide to the best accommodation options for pike fishermen travelling to Scotland 


Glenlaggan Lodges – Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire
The park has spectacular views extending over Loch Ken to the Galloway Forest Park. Permits for pike fishing on Loch Ken are just £5 per day. www.lochken.com

Central Belt

Ardbrecknish House – Argyll (central belt)
10 self-catering properties on Loch Awe, with boat-launching facilities and boat hire available. Pike and game fishing are both possible here. www.loch-awe.co.uk/fishing

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs

Ardlui Hotel – Loch Lomond
Waterfront property at the northern end of Loch Lomond, with instant access to superb pike fishing and an adjoining marina. www.ardlui.com

Loch Lomond Waterfront – Stirlingshire
A selection of luxury lochside lodges at the southern end of Lomond.  Pike fishing available on your doorstep and guides can be hired locally. www.loch-lomond-waterfront.co.uk

North-East & Highlands

Brahan Estate – Dingwall, Ross-shire
A selection of cottages to rent, along with camping options, all within easy reach of pike fishing on Loch Ussie and the lochs of the River Conon system. Find out more about the Brahan Estate

Portsonachan Hotel – Loch Awe, Argyll
Hotel and self-catering lodges on the shores of Loch Awe. Guests can fish for free for all species, including pike. www.portsonachanhotel.co.uk

Oban Bay Hotel & Spa – Oban, Argyll
Attractive property on Scotland’s west coast, within just a few miles of Loch Awe where you’ll find some excellent pike fishing. Find out more

Scotland’s Hotel & Spa – Pitlochry, Pertshire
Perthshire property with good links to Loch Faskally, home to not only pike and perch, but decent numbers of salmon and trout. Find out more