Escape to the green valleys of the Welsh Borders on this short riding break. Take in the views from Offa’s Dyke, visit Britain's highest waterfall and explore the wild and undiscovered Ceriog Valley. These rides are for novice riders onwards who want to explore the lush, Celtic countryside. Trustworthy horses, great local guides, plenty of history and breathtaking views.
This horse riding holiday in the Scottish Borders offers a mix of high quality tuition and enjoyable rides out in the rolling countryside for adults and children of all ages and abilities. The riding centre is located within walking distance of a local market town and has great views and riding across swathes of unspoiled Scottish wilderness.
A limited number of cattle drives to move cattle to new grazing through the summer months for intermediate riders onwards. Move 400 Scottish Highland cattle over the spectacular Dartmoor landscapes on well-trained Quarter horses and spend each eveinng in a comfortable en-suite room in a traditional Dartmoor inn or hotel. This is a rare chance for confident riders to join the UK's only cattle drive.
Join this 7 night trail stopping at different B&B’s and hotels each night. Riding on responsive well-schooled forward going Quarter horses ride across the Dartmoor National Park, a 1000 km sq national park where herds of wild Dartmoor ponies still roam. Good western style riding at walk, trot and canter dipping into small villages and picturesque hamlets dotted around the edges of the moor, a truly English experience.
Try out riding in Dartmoor on this short break, riding Western style on Quarter horses over three days. Set deep in the Devonshire countryside you'll join local farmer Phil for some cowboy riding in the extraordinary scenery of the Dartmoor National Park. Accommodation in en-suite rooms in local, traditional inns and guesthouses within the park. The ideal break for intermediate riders onwards who are short on time.
This point-to-point trail would suit confident riders who want to explore the Lake District beyond the traditional tourist trail. This route takes riders through high alpine passes and picturesque Lakeland villages as well as offering a smattering of literary history, cosy pubs and delicious home-cooked food.
Enjoy this short riding break in the Lake District; one of England's most dramatic natural landscapes. Escape the tourist trail by exploring this UNESCO world heritage site on horseback; travel over craggy hilltops and through ancient forests before refuelling with a traditional pub lunch. This point-to-point ride would suit those who want to enjoy spectacular views, eat and drink in great pubs, and ride through the wooded valleys, tarns and fells of the Lake District.