The Lillycombe Estate straddles the A39 between Lynmouth and Porlock. It comprises of 900 acres in one block with additional cover crops on neighbouring land. In the Twenties it was nationally renowned for grouse and blackcock shooting, now sadly extinct.
The estate changed hands in February 2017. Its long standing owners ran a highly successful sporting shoot for almost 30 years. The quarry being partridge and pheasant. Rupert Martin, the new owner, has invested in the facilities and his new team, managed by Ian Baldock, have enhanced and improved the drives.
The team are offering early September partridge and mixed bag days of between 300-500 birds from mid October and smaller days in January. Loaders are recommended and can be arranged for you prior to the shoot day given adequate notice.
Having an owned facility such as The Culbone Stables is a great asset for this shoot. It provides an excellent and flexible facility to help the guns, family and back up staff to enjoy their day. Depending on the time of year and to suit guns travel arrangements lunch can be after 3 or 4 drives or to 'shoot through'.Read more
The estate is blessed with very special topography. Rising to a height above sea level of almost 1600 feet the numerous drives are distributed throughout seven deep valleys, both wooded with ancient oaks and open with fern and heather, surrounded by open moorland.Drive Map
Guns meet at The Culbone Stables Public House (TA24 8JW) situated on the A39 in the centre of the estate at the prescribed time, but generally 9.15am. Breakfast would be available for those choosing to travel on the morning of the shoot.
The Lillycombe Estate straddles the A39 between Lynmouth and Porlock. It comprises of 900 acres in one block with additional cover crops on neighbouring land.
The Lillycombe Sporting Club Limited
The Lillycombe Estate, Porlock, Minehead, Somerset, TA24 8JP
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