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Double Barrelled Simulated Game Shooting at Bryngwyn Estate


DoubleGun We offer top quality Simulated Game Days for experienced and inexperienced guns. Using clays to replicate pheasant, partridge, grouse, and pigeon, guests are given a challenging and exciting day, all for a fraction of the cost of an equivalent game day. The topography and choice of our 16 sensational drives, including the new grouse butts, allow guns the opportunity to participate in the type of shooting that many people have never experienced before.

Simulated days are more informal than driven game, and are ideal for double gun practice and to maintain shooting skills. They make for a perfect day out with friends or clients. Many parties also invite non-shooting guests to enjoy the scenic estate and excellent hospitality. Simulated Game Days are the ideal event for corporate entertainment.

A typical day is approximately 250 clays per person and consists of:

  • A Full English Breakfast in Bryngwyn dining room
  • Safety briefing with details of the day
  • First and second drives
  • Drinks and refreshments in the field
  • Third drive
  • Three course lunch in Bryngwyn dining room
  • Two further drives
  • Tea and cakes at the end of the day at Bryngwyn
  • For non-shotgun license holders we can provide instructors

Your party can stay in the luxury of Bryngwyn Hall and we will provide you with a delicious four course dinner.

Prices for 2017
£210 +vat per person, min. 250 clays per gun.
Minimum of 10 guns per day.
£50 +vat per non-shooting guests.
Prices include full hospitality.

For further information contact us

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Testimonials

  • The new Grouse Butts and quality of clays are an outstanding improvement on previous years.
  • It was without doubt the best simulated game day I have ever been on.
  • The drives ramped up nicely throughout the day and the last two were incredibly testing.
  • It was great to be in a proper grouse butt with butt sticks.
  • Venue was by far the best I have been to for a Simulated Game Day.
  • The new hilltop drives at Bryngwyn were outstanding.
  • Fantastic setting. Great place to shoot and stay.
  • A superb warm welcome and faultless hospitality from Lady Linlithgow throughout the day and our overnight stay.
  • We retired to the billiard room where the fun and games continued. The whole day was faultless.

Featured in The Field Magazine - May 2016
Clouds of game for the price of six pheasants by Robert Cuthbert
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Featured on BBC One - A Summer in Wales. Watch the videos below to see a simulated game day on the estate


Also featured in Alphabet Britain - By Lucy Feltham Read the Article here