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Haddeo was brought to fame by the legendary Sir Edward (Ned) Goschen in the days when it was shot as ‘Pixton’ and for many years has been cited as an epitome of Exe Valley driven shooting. With a combined 6,000 acres, the Estate offers an outstanding spectrum of high-bird drives situated around the magnificent Exe Valley.
Covering some truly beautiful terrain, many of the drives are set along the Haddeo River and the Exe with a ford crossing at the old village of Bury – a setting both spectacular and daunting. Famous drives such as St Paul’s present a ‘leisurely’ flow of soaring Pheasants seen way over the treetops. A truly unforgettable sight for spectator and sportsman alike. Be prepared for Brookside, Lloyd’s, Swine’s Cleave, Beech Cover, Buckley’s, and Woodcock Corner drives!
At Haddeo, the Estate’s resident Chef puts a modern twist on traditional shooting lunches to involve large sharing platters and seasonal roasts. Set in ‘The Tent’ this is a thoroughly different take on a classic shooting lunch with wonderful surroundings in a magical space. We are delighted to work with Haddeo Estate to provide unique sporting experiences throughout the season, and if you would like to find out a more about shooting at Haddeo, please do not hesitate in contacting our team.
The days are all run from the Haddeo safari tent, we meet there and also enjoy shoot lunch there at the end of the day. Typically there will be 4 drives across the varied estate, encompassing some of the most stunning countryside in this ancient part of Exmoor. At Haddeo most dishes are cooked by J.C Le Grand and are a modern twist on traditional shooting lunches to involve large sharing platters and seasonal roasts. Set in Club House this is a thoroughly different take on a classic shooting lunch with wonderful surroundings in a magical space .