Charterhall has a long history as a location for country sports.
Let driven days shooting occasionally become available with a full shooting lunch provided or otherwise by special arrangement. Enquires for let days are best made via the estate office.
If you are interested in pigeon flighting, roe stalking, walked-up pheasant shooting or driven hare shooting please contact us.
A considerable effort has been made to re-establish the wild grey partridge population which was until 1939 the principal focus of shooting at Charterhall.
In 2010 Charterhall was very proud to win the Wildlife & Game Conservancy Trust Scottish Borders Grey Partridge Trophy.
Charterhall lies within the country of the Berwickshire Hunt; with a number of meets occurring in the area throughout the year. This provides an organised opportunity for all interested in horse-riding to enjoy a range of country and obstacles in the company of other enthusiasts. Please contact the Berwickshire Hunt for details.
Every year, normally in the last Saturday of August, the Berwickshire Hunt Supporters Club runs a cross country and show jumping competition with hard-standing parking at Charterhall airfield.
Charterhall is keepered on a fulltime basis as are the adjoining estates and poachers will be prosecuted.
Salmon and Seat Trout fishing is available on Tweed at Horncliffe Fishings. More information can be found at http://www.meadowhead.co.uk/Tweed-Fishing and for online bookings and availbilty please see links at bottom right hand side of Horncliffe Fishings page.
Trout fishing is available on the Blackadder Water via the Greenlaw Angling Club. Permits are inexpensive and can be bought in nearly all of the shops and pubs in Greenlaw.
Salmon fishing whilst nascent is occasionally possible when the river is large enough and again availability enquires are welcomed via the estate office, contact details on the right.