The Belvoir Shoot

The Belvoir Estate offers the finest partridge and pheasant shooting in the most interesting and beautiful surroundings. The highest quality of driven game shooting, combined with the heritage and magnitude of the Castle and Estate makes for an experience never to forget. Phil Burtt, our Shoot Captain, with his team of keepers, beaters and pickers up, provide hours of challenging and enjoyable shooting for Belvoir's regular and new shooting clients. Read more...

Clay Days

The Belvoir Estate also offers summer shooting experiences. Enjoy a dayís simulated clay shoot on one of the most sought-after shooting estates in the country. Read more...

Charity Shoot 1st May

Join us for the Belvoir Castle Charity Shoot - a fantastic day of clay shooting on the beautiful Belvoir Estate followed by a champagne reception, late lunch and charity auction in the Castle. Read more...

Croxton Lodge

Croxton Lodge is an exceptional new shoot venue with accommodation on the outskirts of the Belvoir Estate. Read more...

Shoot Shop

The Shoot Shop - The Shoot Shop at Belvoir Castle is open to Shoot guests and the public by appointment only. The Shop stocks a fantastic range of shooting equipment and gifts.

Selected items will also be available soon to purchase via this website. Read more...

Holt's Auctioneers

Holtís are the dominant auction house in Europe specialising in the sale of fine modern and antique guns and associated sporting ephemera. They now have a cabinet housed in the Belvoir Castle shoot room displaying a small selection of forthcoming Lots in their next sale. Read more...

Fishing

The three lakes at Belvoir Castle offer fantastic coarse fishing in stunning surroundings. The two larger lakes are both approximately 12 acres and offer exceptional Carp (30lb), Bream (14lb) and Tench (8lb) fishing with pleasure catches often in excess of 100lbs. The waters also contain Roach (2lbs), Rudd (1lb), Perch (3lbs) and large pike up to (25lbs).

The fishery responds well to ground-bait feeder and red maggot, worms and sweetcorn. Boilies and pellets are the best method for carp. In addition good catches can be made with waggler and long pole. Read more...

Hunting

The hounds have been kennelled at Belvoir Castle since 1809. They are one of very few remaining packs of purebred Old English Foxhounds in the United Kingdom; and this type of Foxhound is distinctive for its black and tan colour. The pack currently consists of 48 Couple.

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Field Sports Travel

Field Sports Travel is an exciting new company offering a carefully selected programme of world class field sports experiences. Read more...