Bring your horse on holiday
With our ‘bring your own horse’ equestrian holidays you can enjoy riding in some of the most beautiful, dramatic scenery to be found anywhere in the UK.
Whether it be beach riding, trekking in the North Yorkshire Moors, horse riding in Dalby Forest or gentle hacks around the idyllic countryside, our North Kingsfield Horse Riding Holidays provide any rider with a great choice of riding experience and a huge amount of choice when it comes to personal adventures.
There are miles of excellent off road hacking for you to bring your own horse; there is a hack to Fraisthorpe Beach from the cottages, and also parking near to the beach for fabulous beach rides.
For more information about the facilities we have available for your horse, please see the information panel below.
Accommodation Information for Horse Riding Holidays
North Kingsfield Holiday Cottages can offer equestrian facilities through our sister company ‘North Kingsfield Stables’. We have stables and grazing on-site for guests wanting to bring their own horse on holiday. Fees start from just £10.00 per night, per horse.
During the winter months, October to April, we have restricted grazing so a stable must be booked during this time. The stabling is charged at £12.00 per night on a DIY basis.
During the summer months, May to September, we offer the option of ‘grazing only’ at £10.00 per night or ‘grazing with a stable’ at £12.00 per night, also on a DIY basis.
Bedding and hay/haylage is available at an additional cost.
We have a 20m x 40m sand arena on site.
There are show jumping arenas and cross country courses to hire which are off site but within 30 mins drive of the cottages. Ask Helen on 07949 305227 for more details.
Please note that all horses who are visiting North Kingsfield Holiday Cottages must have an ‘up to date’ flu vaccination and adhere to our biosecurity measures.
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