The Greenbrier, the historic American resort in the foothills of West Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains, is known for its incredibly WASP-y decor, among other genteel appurtenances.
It’s about to become a sportsman’s paradise, however, thanks to an exclusive new partnership with the Upper Brandon Plantation, a 17th-century plantation on the James River east of Richmond, VA.
Resort guests can now sign up for world-class waterfowl-hunting excursions on the historic 2,200-acre plantation.
The next season runs from December 18 to January 25, with two-day hunts available at $2,500 per guest, inclusive of a Virginia hunting license, shotguns and ammunition, waders, guides and dogs with overnight accommodation at the plantation.
N.B.—since this is the South, you’ll want to bring bourbon instead of scotch.
Don’t say we never tell you anything useful…
- Posted December 03, 2013
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