Llwyn Madoc offers the very best in high Pheasant and Partridge shooting, located a mile to the north west of the village of Beulah, in the shadow of the Cambrian Mountains, just a few miles from Builth Wells. This attractive little town sits on the junction of the Rivers Wye and Irfon and is the gateway to the wilderness beyond.
The approach to Llwyn Madoc manor house is simply stunning and as you turn off the winding country lanes onto the estate it becomes apparent that these birds are going to be seriously testing, this is big country, the ground is very steep and everywhere you look you can picture stratospheric pheasants crossing the valleys.
The shoot is set amongst 4,000 acres of breath taking countryside and is made up of a varied terrain, ranging from steep rolling grass banks to deep rocky sided valleys. So whether your preference is for very high partridges off bracken banks, extremely tall pheasants over woodland rides or pheasants towering high above ancient trees in open parkland, we have something to please all guns.
On arrival coffee is served at the manor house where we draw our pegs for the day. We aim to be on our pegs for the first drive by 9.30-10am and normally shoot three drives in the morning and one after lunch. We stop for refreshments between drives in the morning, and return to the shoot lodge for drinks and a good lunch in the middle of the day. We finish the day with afternoon tea while we wait for the final scores from the Head Keeper. Alternatively we can shoot through and have lunch after the days shooting.
We are more than happy to show prospective clients around the shoot out of season and can recommend or arrange good local accommodation for your team if required.
If you are looking for a high quality shoot with magnificent accommodation for your guests, there is a luxury country house hotel with a spa just 5 miles from the shoot.
The days shooting will be confirmed on payment of a deposit followed by payment in full before the day. We can offer days of between 250-500 birds from 1st October onwards subject to availability.
This is high bird shooting at its best.