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Henley on Thames

The Estate was formed by the amalgamation of Culham Estate, Hambleden Estate and Henley Park and Fawley - its impressive history is documented back as far as the Doomsday Book. A quintessential English estate owned by the Schwarzenbach family, over 3,500 acres of mature beech woods, rolling pastures, parkland and unspoilt chalk valleys create an unbelievable location for shooting.

This part the country is truly stunning and the topography around Hambleden Estate is exceptional. It is hard to believe that the area is so completely un-spoilt and yet is conveniently close to London. The shoot consists of impressive mature woodland (Oak & Beech), superb valleys and open grassy fields – it really
is a complete estate.

Spectacular pheasants and partridge are driven from the steep wooded hills, with the guns stood in the valleys below. There is a network of discreet hard tracks in the valley bottoms allowing good vehicular access and Hambleden can be shot and enjoyed by the less agile.

The Hambleden Estate has been shot by many discerning sportsmen who appreciate the wonderful quality of shooting on offer.

Hambleden has been used for many feature films such as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, 101 Dalmatians, Sleepy Hollow, Into the Woods and the New Avengers.

Pheasant & partridge

Starting early October until late January.

All teams meet in the heart of the estate at either Woodland Lodge or Culham Lodge, this is where we will also have lunch. Typically we would shoot drives, break for elevenses, a third drive, lunch and then finish with a finale. Teams can shoot through if they wish in the earlier months.

Accommodation is available locally on a number of luxury hotels and private houses.


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