Isle of Skye ( Sleat)

Clan Donald Skye is a 20,000-acre highland estate on the Sleat peninsula in south Skye. Once part of the traditional lands of Clan Donald, the Estate was purchased by the Clan Donald Lands Trust in 1971. The Trust was established to promote an understanding of the history and traditions of Clan Donald and the Lordship of the Isles. As custodians of this wonderful estate, the Trust has worked tirelessly to save and develop this important resource for the benefit of visitors to Skye and, importantly, for the local community.

The Estate offers some stunning hunting for all levels of fitness, with views eastwards across the Sound of Sleat to Knoydart, or on the west of the peninsula across to the Cuillin mountain range. It is home to iconic wildlife species including red deer, golden eagles and sea eagles.


There is a range of accommodation to suit everyone’s needs from staying in a lodge, self-catered and catered properties.  To see our range and pick your preference, please follow the links below:-

Deer stalking

The principal sport on the estate is red deer stalking

Stalking on the Estate offer unforgettable experiences in a stunning landscape. While out on our hills, you will have the chance to spot golden and sea eagles among many iconic animals. The ancient woodlands are host to a number of important plant species while the views across the peninsula eastwards to Knoydart on the mainland or northwest to the spectacular Cuillin ridge are incomparable.