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Brimpsfield Park is a 2,000-acre Gloucestershire estate between Cheltenham and Cirencester, and has a reputation as one of the finest driven pheasant and partridge shoots in the Cotswolds. The estate consists mainly of arable farmland but with numerous steep grass valleys running away into the hills and plenty of woods and spinneys. Located between the Roman town of Cirencester and the spa town of Cheltenham. Brimpsfield Park is ideally located for visits from London, the Midlands and the North.
Brimpsfield has a number of valleys cutting into the hills surrounding the main house, that can produce some superb pheasants and partridges. There is a total of 27 named drives to choose from, providing the ability to adapt to the conditions on the day and provide a variety of sport for Guns of all abilities.
The estate offers days from 350 upwards with a mixed bag throughout the game season.
The current house, built in the 16th century, boasts 930 year old timbers, believed to have come from King Harold's earlier Saxon castle.
Good transport links to the estate via the M40 or via Oxford. The estate is very accessible from most areas of the country, it lies right in the centre of the Cotswolds AONB.
Meeting at the shoot lodge next to the house. Typically we will always shoot through, with two drives, elevenses, two further drives and then back to the house for a late shoot lunch! It is possible to stop for lunch in the earlier months with some prior warning.
Locally the estate is blessed with a number of award winning hotels, pubs and private houses. Please contact us for the full updated list.