A day of shooting and country pursuits

Your country house shooting day is set in the 85 acres of parkland of Hedsor House. Queen Victoria was once a frequent visitor and the estate is mentioned in her diaries. Hedsor house was built in 1868 and retains many of the original features.

From the road, a private 1km wooded drive leads guests to the main house offering complete privacy and exclusivity. Immediately surrounding the house are well kept gardens and lawns with a beautiful Italian Sunken Garden and beyond the lawns are parkland and woodland with far reaching views across the valley.

It is the perfect setting for a day of shooting, archery, fishing  and falconry as guests start to enjoy the life of a country squire.  Afternoon a busy morning of activities guests will enjoy a three course luncheon in the main house, before heading out again in the afternoon.


Included in your day of country pursuits  


  • Use of the Grounds for clay shooting and additional activities .
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Pistol Shooting
  • Fly Casting
  • Falconry
  • A falconry display for all to close the event (15 minutes)
  • Use of the rooms on the Ground Floor of Hedsor House for exclusive use from 9am to 5pm
  • Tea, coffee, Danish pastries and bacon sandwiches on arrival
  • Morning shooting in the grounds
  • Pre lunch reception drink of a glass of champagne
  • 3 course luncheon including a half bottle of house wine with coffee and petit fours.
  • Oliver Myles Event Management throughout
  • Private car parking
  • WiFi – free of charge

Suggested Menu


Seared scallops with oyster leaves, smoked cauliflower puree

Beetroot and tarragon cured salmon with tarragon aioli

Main course

Fillet of beef with braised short rib of beef with buttered new potatoes, cep

Blackened cod with miso potatoes, asparagus and baby broad beans


Chocolate truffle cake with salted caramel and cocoa snaps

Raspberry cheesecake with a shot of raspberry martini

With coffee and petit fours

Price from £299 per person (based on 50 guests attending)