Farleigh Wallop


There has been driven game shooting at Farleigh Wallop since the earliest days of the sport, which dates back to the 1870s. Our shoot, highly-regarded among the British sporting fraternity, spreads over some 3,000 acres.

The estate’s steep hills and wooded valleys give it the ideal contours for a spectacular day’s shooting. A Farleigh Wallop pheasant or partridge is a testing bird and visitors have rarely declined the challenge.

Farleigh Wallop’s accommodation, its food and its cellar match the quality of its sport. From a delicious dinner and fine wines the night before the shoot through a full English breakfast and a hearty lunch to hot buttered crumpets at tea, a Farleigh Wallop guest is a well-fed guest.

We can also organise shooting on other estates within a reasonable distance.