Brandy House Farm

Stay and ride holidays


Finally catching up with my emails since getting back from wales! Thank you for sending these photos - they are a great reminder of our exciting first moments of our expedition!! Thank you once again for organising our wonderful holiday - it really was the best time I have spent with my horse Rocky and we cant wait to embark on another riding holiday!! We also met some lovely people along the way I will be recommending you trans-wales trip to every horsey person I meet and encourage them to give the self guided route a go as it was truly brilliant and gave a real sense of achievement in making it to each overnight stop along the way!!

Thank you again..............Sarah and Rocky

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Horse riding holiday for you and your horse - Accommodation

For you

You and your horse will stay in a selection of wonderful accommodation along whichever route you choose. We have met some fabulous people whilst developing the routes and are delighted to be able to offer you quality and exclusive over-night stops. The pubs and old coaching inns we use are all very horse and rider friendly and all offer their own menus for you to choose from. Our B&B hosts will welcome you into their homes, where they will cook for you and look after you and special diets can be catered for so long as you let us know in advance. 

  • Exclusive hand-picked accommodation.

  • Stay on working farms, in private houses, Horse friendly B&B's & pubs &  hotels.

  • Beautiful home cooked meals. (special diets catered for)

  • Country Pub menus

  • Packed lunches (by arrangement)

For your horse

Your horses are welcome - Our horses have tried and tested all the accommodation we recommend!! They will have turnout at all accommodation and where you are staying at a pub the horses will be on a neighbouring farm.   Stabling may be available but this isn’t always the case.

We do not provide feed as we have found that guests prefer to maintain their own feed system. There is room for feed and for hay on the luggage ferry. It may be possible to purchase hay en-route as many of our hosts do keep their own horses and may have some in but some don’t and so we would recommend travelling with some horsehage on the luggage ferry. 

  • Separate grazing at all accommodation.

  • Possibility of more than one paddock to separate horses at most accommodation.

  • Stabling at some accommodation.

In the Press

In the bleak Midwinter PDF

Riding the great Outdoors PDF

Savvy Times PDF

The Performance Trail Horse

Two ponies go back to their roots 


Route Information

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