Our stables are ready for visiting horses. We have six large individual stables that face each other in a large airy barn. Each stable is well over the BHS required stable standard size, the barn is large with plenty of room to bring horses in out of the rain, to mount/dismount. We have a hosing down area in the barn and an airing rack to hang wet, damp or steaming rugs and equipment. We provide a large walk in safe storage tack room that also has a kettle, mugs, tea and coffee available.
Horses staying the night have a sufficient straw and hay supply included in the tariff and extra hard food can be specially ordered in advance. Please make sure that you don’t forget to muck out your horses stable before you leave!
The paddocks are close to the stable barn and also to the farm yard. The horses can be viewed in their field from The Hayloft.
Ride & Stay
Whether you choose to come and stay here for one night or you wish to spend your whole riding holiday here, you can be assured that both you and your horse will be welcomed and well looked after!Stay in the hayloft
What our Guests say
“"Wonderfully warm and welcoming, and a hearty breakfast to set us up for todays hike up Pen y Fan!"”— Russell and Vicky, guest in Kingsize Bedroom, 16 January 2016
Storage & Cleaning facilities
Each cottage has a place to keep bicycles, boots, and fishing rods. The barn has plenty of safe storage room for more bicycles and equipment and there is a wash down area for horses, bicycles and boots etc …. and a large drying line on a pulley for drying out equipment.
Gardens & animals
The garden is a wild woodland garden and has two large ponds. There is also an orchard with a stream running through to join the river Honddu. The Black Welsh mountain sheep are a registered pedigree flock and they lamb later than lowland flocks, normally at the end of March. All sorts of small types of hens, guinea fowl and a mottley collection of ducks can be seen pottering in the yard, making sun baths in the fields or down by the ponds and stream.