Hardcastle Moor covers approximately 2,000 acres made up of undulating moorland with substantial areas of heather and some bent grassland together with a number of exciting gills. The heather is managed year round to favor optimal grouse habitat.
The Moor has an amazing shoot box which was specifically built for that purpose in the 1850’s. The two log fireplaces pour warmth into the cozy stone structure which allows up to 20 guns and their guests to enjoy a fabulous shoot lunch. The lunches are always beyond expectation and feel more like a fine five course meal than a lunch. Conversation and bonhomie are always part of an enjoyable sit down meal.