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Stanage Park

Stanage landscape

Stanage Park, England

The Stanage Estate extends to 5,000 acres and is situated to the north of Leominster, close to the market town of Knighton. The estate is neatly divided by the River Teme which is also the border between England and Wales.

At the heart of the estate is the impressive Stanage Castle. A Grade II* listed country house, finished in 1807 and set in a large area of parkland, laid out by Humphry Repton and his son, John Adey Repton in the early nineteenth century.

The estate is owned by the Coltman-Rogers family and Jonathan personally looks after the parties on each day. Stanage is a stunningly beautiful estate and enjoys particularly good autumn colours owing to the diverse varieties of both coniferous and deciduous trees.

The shooting at Stanage is simply superb which is largely owed to the spectacular topography. The estate boasts a large number of deep valleys, some open and some lined by a mixture of woodland.

Jonathan and his Head Keeper, Ross, have also made excellent use of artificial coverts in a number of the drives. These factors mean Stanage can provide consistently high-quality shooting throughout the season.

The shooting is entirely for pheasants, but they are some of the best you will find, and a varied day is guaranteed. Drives such as Ragged Kingdom and Weston are sure crowd pleasers and will challenge any Gun.

There are two fantastic accommodation options, both only minutes from Stanage. There is the superb Lion at Lentwardine which is only 15 minutes by car or, a recently renovated private house called Lingen Hall, also 15 minutes distance away.

Whether you shoot for a day or two days, Roxtons will make all the necessary arrangements.

Best For...

  • Spectacular topography
  • Deep Valleys

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