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 the sport. From a delicious dinner and fine wines the night before the shoot, through to a full English breakfast and a hearty lunch, to hot buttered crumpets at tea, a Farleigh Wallop guest is a well-fed guest.
The estate can be taken exclusively for overnight stays combined with a fully staffed and managed shoot.
Activities on site or off can be arranged for those not shooting, while the house remains exclusively yours to relax in should you decide not to venture out.
We can also organise shooting on other estates within a reasonable distance.