The Steventon Estate is a secluded Hampshire shoot which is renowned for providing fantastic sport. The Estate is where Jane Austen lived and wrote ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and has an interesting history in addition to the sport on offer.
While teams have been shooting traditional Hampshire Partridge and sporting Pheasants on the Estate for hundreds of years, the shoot has gained a reputation for producing particularly high-quality days in the last decade.
The shoot, an hour from London, is run across 2,000 acres of rolling Hampshire countryside with over 25 drives that can be tailored to different conditions and expectations. A day’s shooting is as memorable as much for the hospitality as for the sport itself and Steventon is no different. A typical day starts in the main Estate house which sets the welcoming tone that continues throughout the day. Teams usually have two drives before elevenses, followed by two drives before returning to the main house for lunch. There are often two more drives in the afternoon completing the day’s shooting.
All in all the Estate provides a lovely and memorable days shooting,
catering to all abilities.
The Steventon Estate is a secluded Hampshire shoot just 1 hour from central London