Vaynor Park Shoot - Spectacular partridge and pheasant shooting.
Vaynor Park Shoot is the quintessential Welsh Estate and family home to the Corbett Winders. William can frequently be found roaming his estate and hosting pheasant shooting days with superb presence. The estate provides spectacular pheasant and partridge driven across open parkland from ancient woodlands.
Vaynor is situated just a few miles from our sporting lodges and is looked upon by the impressive stately home set deep amongst the Oak woods. It is here that the guns meet and draw pegs before heading off to shoot such iconic drives as hanging wood and middle house and possibly even the newly created Cataphel which is already forging itself a reputation for towering pheasants and explosive partridges driven over a deep, wide valley.
This naturally carved landscape is the jewel in our crown.
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Your host at Vaynor Park: Amy Evans, Director. my has played an integral part in the development of the company from a young age and since finishing her University studies has taken up the role of sales manager as well as looking after events and marketing. Amy is currently overseeing the launch of our World Wide portfolio of exclusive destinations and is in the process of organising forthcoming events and shows both nationally and internationally.
Game shooting at Vaynor Park: Vaynor is a diverse estate, one moment you can find yourself standing in deep open valleys and the next in picturesque traditional parkland. Lunch is served opposite the magnificent ornamental 15th-century Jacobean mansion house owned by William Corbett Winder who is often found roaming his estate. When shooting here you will chiefly in pheasants and partridges. Click here for quick link country guide.
A typical game shooting day at Vaynor Park: Firstly, we aim to tailor your day to suit your team requirements. The shoot host will always aim to meet you the night before to ensure you feel comfortable during your stay with us, also allows questions to be asked and details of the day to be discussed. The following morning the shoot host will greet you at the shoot lodge with coffee and tea before the briefing and drawing of pegs. A typical day consists of 4 to 5 drives and ensures sufficient time for plentiful elevenses. Lunch can be served in the middle or end of the day. To finish the day afternoon tea is served and the game card is provided which is always a great way to reflect on the day and share tales from the line.
Accommodation at Vaynor Park: We pride ourselves on providing the finest hospitality on and off the field. Vaynor Park offers its own restful accommodation. Click here to view your accommodation.
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