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Mulgrave Castle,  Lythe,  United Kingdom, Partridge, Pheasant

Mulgrave Castle

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Lythe, United Kingdom
Partridge, Pheasant

Tucked away a few miles north of the seaside town of Whitby (famous for Captain Cook, Dracula and the Abbey ruins) and extending to over 9,000 acres, the Mulgrave estate has a rich history dating as far back as the sixth century. Owned by the Marquis of Normanby, many famous names have visited over the years, including Charles Dickens and William Wordsworth. Perhaps the most colourful character to stay was the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, Duleep Singh, who in 1858 took a long-term lease and started to develop the shooting. Legend has it he imported his own elephants, which he walked on the beach and used as transport for shoot days. Things have changed since then, but his vision for the quality of shooting is still evident today.


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  • Bill 20 Jun 2015

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    This is an exceptional shoot with land based drives in deep valleys providing challenging quarry.however the highlight is the precipitous descent to the beach where shooting takes place as high partridges fly from one area of the cliffs above to another - a very high,challenging, drive but truly memorable. The ascent back to the top is not for the faint hearted!\n\nThis is possibly the shoot most excitingly recalled when speaking to my guests.



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