Wales

Wales is known for its spectacular mountainous national parks, rugged coastline, magnificent glacial lakes and Celtic culture; a simply unforgettable location for an equestrian based holiday. Whether a weekend of trail riding in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park takes your fancy or a day of fast beach riding along the vast sandy stretches of secluded West Wales, this country will delight. From novice riders and family groups to advanced equestrians, the panoramic vista of picturesque Wales is the quintessential backdrop for a riding holiday.

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Gwydyr Stables Farm Riding and Trekking Stables

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Gwydir Trekking and Riding Centre is situated amongst the superb scenery of the Snowdonia National Park.
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Llangorse Riding Centre

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Discover the gentle valleys and beautiful views of the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and Llangorse Lake from horseback.
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Pen Llyn Riding Centre

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Pen Llyn Lusitano Stud and Riding Centre is the leading Lusitano stud in the UK. Riding Tuition and Trekking Holidays.
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Five Saints Riding and Trekking Centre

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Specialising in bespoke riding holidays.
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Cimla Equestrian Holiday Centre

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Offering riding lessons, day treks and riding holidays in South Wales.
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“We had a lovely week here. The riding was great and it was good to be in a quiet rural area, away from the touristy areas.”
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