World Hunting & Shooting Holidays & Trips.

Rough Shooting on Isle of Mull.

Rough Shoots

Shoot:  Over an expansive area.

A good mixed wildfowl and game bird shoot over a large area, the variety is endless, it is conducted in spectacular scenery and very testing pheasant adds to the flavour of this shoot open hard woods, and wetlands estuary area’s for wildfowl and rivers and ponds are plentiful guide and dog available.

roughshoot_islemull_01.jpgSpecial 3 night day all inclusive deal from £365.00, (£410 if a non-syndicate member ) keepered by Guy Bolton. Members will get £45.00 reduction on cost per person. of his listed prices.

What species on land:

  • Pheasant.
  • Pigeon.
  • Woodcock.
  • Snipe.
  • Greylag Geese.
  • Pinkfoot Geese.
  • Mallard.
  • Teal.
  • Widgeon.
  • Roe Deer.
  • Hare.
  • Rabbit.
  • Vermin.


  • Roe Deer: October 1st – February 1st.
  • Pheasant: October 1st – February 1st.
  • Pigeon: No Season.
  • Hare: No Season.
  • Rabbit: No Season.
  • Vermin: No Season.

Weapons required:

How to get there:
If flying go to Glasgow airport hire car and travel to Oban then Ferry to Mull directions to the accommodation are : The Bellachroy is an early 17th century droving inn dating from 1608. It is said to be the longest continuously inhabited building on the island of Mull. Until the late 1960s the inn was also a working farm and the buildings were converted at this time to provide the current accommodation and bars. We offer seven letting rooms with substantial discounts for accompanied children. Family rooms are available and our tariffs are among the most competitive on the island.

roughshoot_islemull_02.jpgHotel accommodation is self contained away from the bars and residents benefit from a dedicated lounge / TV room with spectacular views over the village and glen Nestling in the hills at the head of Glen Bellart, Dervaig village is generally considered to be the prettiest on the island. Indeed, many acclaim it as the most picturesque in all the highlands. Founded in the late 18th century, Dervaig was built by the laird, Maclean of Coll, to provide accommodation for the Quinnish Estate. Now perhaps best known as being the home of the Mull Little Theatre–the smallest professional theatre in Britain providing performances throughout the season, Dervaig is also home to the Old Byre Heritage Centre. The village is served by the Tobermory–Calgary bus service and ferries can be reached using public transport via Tobermory.

Guide coaching:
The owner is Nick and a guide will be provided to serve you while with us.

Accommodation: Bellachroy Hotel. Email:
Nick and Debbie met at Oxford Polytechnic (now Oxford Brookes University) back in 1987 studying a BSc Hons Degree in Hotel & Catering Management, then both went on to work in the hospitality industry until now, when they finally decided to run their own Hotel.

Nick began his career at the Lygon Arms in Broadway, then subsequently went on to manage various reputable hotels including Leeming House Hotel in the Lake district; The Royal Scotsman Train; The five star award winning and Michelin starred hotel – The Vineyard at Stockcross, and finally General Manager at the original and most renowned country house hotel of all, Sharrow Bay Hotel on Lake Ullswater.

Debbie started in the restaurant/bar trade, hands on waiting, bar and Chef / kitchen work. Following graduation she went on to work for various hotel groups as corporate sales and marketing manager for Hilton, Virgin and Forte Heritage Hotels in the Country House Hotel market segment. Gradually her career developed more into PR, incentive sales and event management, planning “product launches”; “golf days”; “ladies days at Ascot” and tailor making reward and incentive programs and prestigious corporate events for many blue chip clients.

Now they are both very much hands on, and look forward to focusing all their knowledge and skills on welcoming you to The Bellachroy.