Llwyn Madoc shoot, which is located a short distance from the pretty village of Beulah, at the meeting point of the Rivers Wye and Irfon, attracts guests from all over the world with its reputation for providing superbly challenging shooting throughout the season.
The approach to Llwyn Madoc Manor provides an insight into the topography on offer, and clearly shows that the birds are going to be presented at an impressive hight. The shoot is set amongst 4,000 acres of stunning countryside and consists of a range of topography, from steep rolling banks to deep rocky sided valleys. Whether your preference is for extremely tall pheasants over woodland rides or pheasants towering high above ancient trees in open parkland, the estate has something to please all guns.
On arrival, coffee is served at the manor house and pegs are drawn for the day. The aim is to be on pegs for the first drive by 9.30-10 am and teams normally shoot three drives in the morning and one following lunch. Refreshments are enjoyed between drives, and guns return to the shoot lodge for drinks and a hearty lunch in the middle of the day. The day is finished with afternoon tea in the comfort of the Manor House. Alternatively, if teams wish, it is possible to shoot through and enjoy lunch at the end of the day. If you would like to find out a more about shooting at Llwyn Madoc, please do not hesitate in contacting our team.
Llwyn Madoc is located a short distance from the pretty village of Beulah, at the meeting point of the Rivers Wye and Irfon