Tregoyd lies at the end of the Black Mountains, just a stone’s throw from the town of Hay-on-Wye, world famous for its literature festival.
Tregoyd utilises the ancient valleys and hanging woods to show true high birds. Set on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park the landscape is simply awe inspiring and no teams ever leave disappointed. Home of the Evans-Bevan family, the shoot was previously run successfully as a syndicate for a number of years, until it was taken over in 2011 by Ben Brown with the idea of creating something truly special to rival Wales’ best.
All of the drives show pheasants that appear to come from a distant land, but particular favourites include Cefn, Cae – Twyn and Brynglessy.
Days at Tregoyd are available from 250 birds through Ian Coley Sporting Ltd. Single or double guns.