Fast partridge and tall pheasant shooting

Tregoyd is consistently ranked among the top shoots in the country, offering challenging birds that can test even the most skilled guns.  

Wonderfully challenging shooting amid varied topography

Situated between the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons, Tregoyd spans 3,000 acres of stunning countryside. The varied topography includes steep-sided valleys, traditional open parkland and woodland rides, ensuring a diverse and demanding shooting. Partridge are the main focus at the start of the season, with guns enjoying high curling birds coming off the steep sided banks. Pheasant phase in during November with birds launching themselves off the dramatic conifer woods. The size of the shoot varies from 300 to 500 birds per day. 4×4 vehicles are required to navigate the terrain, but assistance can be provided if necessary.

The day begins with coffee and drawing pegs, with the aim of being on the pegs by 09:30. Typically, four drives are completed before lunch at the shoot lodge, with a final drive after lunch. The day concludes with tea at the lodge.

Excellent local accommodation   

The Foyles Hotel, located just a five-minute drive from the shoot lodge, is highly recommended and a perfect spot to relax before and after shooting.

Easy access

Tregoyd is around 15 minutes’ drive from Hay on Wye.

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