There is no better way to enjoy the glorious Herefordshire countryside than from the saddle of one of our lovely horses or ponies. The views are better from horseback and you get to so many hidden places off the beaten track.
Whether you are visiting just for the day or staying for your holiday, we can cater for family groups, groups of friends, couples or just individual riders.
If you would like to improve your riding skills, you could book a lesson with one of our experienced BHS qualified coaches. We have a fabulous new outdoor arena with a full set of jumps for the more experienced riders and if the weather is a bit off we also have the benefit of an indoor arena.
Parents, if you feel you need a break, we run courses during the school holidays for children to learn about pony care and of course riding, so have a few hours to yourselves while the kids have fun.
If you are visiting for a few days, why not book a lesson or hack each day, before you visit one of the wonderful pubs that are local to us for lunch and then have an afternoon visiting some of the many interesting visitor experiences in the area. Herefordshire does offer so much for a holiday.
Children must be at least 4 years old.
For the welfare of our horses we have a weight limit of 86KG, 13.5 Stone.
We open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Plus some Sundays
However during the school holidays we can open any day depending on what is happening on the farm.
- Children welcome
- Dogs welcome
- Accepts groups
- Free parking
- Picnics welcome
- Public toilets
- Rural location
Directions & Parking
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Caring For The Planet
The rain water is harvested of the roof of the indoor arena which feeds the water tanks to the barn, stables and some fields.
The indoor arena has solar panels on the roof providing electricity to the buildings and farm house.
As a riding school and farm we produce a lot of manure, which is spread on to our farm land, saving the need for too much fertiliser.
Waste such as bale wrap is all sent to a recycling centre.
- Energy from renewable sources
- Recycling (>75% of all waste)
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