Google Maps – Fairburn Estate CONON & ORRIN RIVER CATCHES
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FAIRBURN ESTATE, Fairburn Estates Office, Urray, Muir of Ord, Ross-shire IV6 7UT.

Tel 01997-433273. Fax: 01997-433274

Welcome to Fairburn, a traditional sporting estate in the heart of the Scottish Highlands that has been in the stewardship of the Stirling family since the 1860's.

Presently, Fairburn Estate is managed and cared for by Peter and Charlotte Hingston. Fairburn consists of some 18,000 acres of farmland, cottages, forestry, deer forest, rivers and hill lochs. It is a working estate, providing employment to people in the County of Ross-shire, Scotland.

The estate aims to provide high quality sporting facilities, including fishing (on the River Conon and Orrin), stalking and shooting. The estate can also offer accommodation, when available, for long-term rent in its properties. It also produces firewood (soft and hard woods), wood for milling, milled wood, and provides access to some of Ross-shire’s most stunning scenery. There are crofts on Fairburn Estate, sometimes land and steadings are available for rent to local farmers.

This website provides information about each activity or subject, so please feel free to explore it further using the links above.

Should you wish to speak to us, please contact Samantha Wheeldon at our Estates Office on: 01997 433273, or telephone
Peter Hingston on: 07831 244409, or email us at:

We look forward to seeing you soon and if we cannot provide you with what you require, we shall do our best to find an alternative for you locally.

Fairburn Tower – dating from the 1540s


Looking South West from the Ullapool Road – A835