Corporate Activities Scotland - Ackergill Tower

Team building activities in the Scottish Highlands

Combine your taste for the high life with a taste for real adventure.

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Break the barriers, motivate the mind and bond with your team in the unique, luxurious surroundings of our 15th century Scottish castle hotel and enjoy limitless opportunities to have fun.  Ackergill Tower is in one of the finest locations for outdoor adventure – from clay pigeon shooting to caber tossing, golf to RIB riding, all of which can all be enjoyed on our 3,000 acre estate or the surrounding area. With 35 bedrooms and seven self-catering cottages it’s the ideal location for group activities, team building or any large gathering. We’ve listed a few of our most popular activities below but if there’s an activity that interests you that isn’t mentioned simply ask us about it – we’re more than happy to organise bespoke activities and personalised itineraries for you.

Activities at Ackergill Tower

  • Mini Highland Games

    Have a go at the caber toss, stone put, hammer throw and sheaf toss in our very own Highland Games! Now is the time to get competitive and challenge your friends in these ancient games!

  • Beach Bonfire

    The dancing flames, a mug of hot chocolate to warm the hands and a dram of malt whisky to put fire into your belly – Scottish experiences don’t come better than this!

  • Distillery Tour

    You simply cannot come to the Highlands without enjoying a wee dram, especially with the award-winning Old Pulteney Distillery just down the road – home to the ‘2014 World’s Best Whiskey’ award.

  • Golf Trips

    There are a number of famous golf courses close by and we can create a bespoke golf day itinerary specially to suit your specific needs or golfing ability.

  • Fishing

    The local rivers, lochs and coastline offer many exciting angling challenges, plus our partners can provide deep sea fishing trips for those wanting more of an adventure.

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