Hostels for horse riders.
A number of independent hostels cater for horse riding holidays.
Situated in rural areas with access to fantastic off road riding and quiet country lanes.
Some have on site equestrian facilities where you can book trekking or riding lessons.
Others offer horse B & B for your own horse.
Perfect for horse holidays for groups of friends and families.
Hostels with Horse B&B and Riding
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Rookin House Camping Barn
Rookin House Farm Camping Barn sleeps up to 24 with central heating, fully equipped kitchen and inside toilets & showers (BYO bedding). The centre also has luxury self catering group accommodation and provides outdoor activities. At the heart of the Lake District surrounded by some of the best walking country and close to C2C cycle route.More details
Mid Wales Bunkhouse
Mid Wales Bunkhouse has a superb unspoilt rural location, close to the Elan Valley, for any activity or occasion with a stunning natural garden. Explore or swim in the river. There's walking and biking from the door, even accommodation for your horse. Fully equipped for self catering or meals provided. Authentic tipi and camping. Available for groups of up to 26 or individuals.More details
Conwy Valley Backpackers Barn
Conwy Valley Backpackers is situated on a peaceful organic farm in the heart of the beautiful Conwy Valley, with excellent access to Snowdonia. Centrally heated with a fully equipped self-catering kitchen, log fires and hot showers. Secure bike/canoe storage. Grazing for horses and tourist information are available. Local activities range from fishing and hiking to white water rafting and mountain biking. Surf Snowdonia is within walking distance and Zip World is a short drive away.More details
Springhill Farm Bunkhouse
Part of a Welsh hill farm on the Wales/Shropshire border at 1475ft above sea level, with beautiful views over the Ceiriog Valley and Berwyn Mountains. Great for walking, riding, cycling, team building, meetings, or just to relax. There is a heated games and lecture room. The bunkhouse has under-floor heating, entrance hall, drying room, large self catering kitchen, dining area & lounge. The patio and lawn have a BBQ and hot tub. Horse riding and archery on site. Horses and pets welcome on request.More details
Womerton Farm Bunkhouse
Womerton Farm Bunkhouse sits right next to the Long Mynd in the heart of the Shropshire Hills. It offers small select accommodation for 8 with a well appointed kitchen and living area. It is just 3 miles from Church Stretton, 12 miles from Shrewsbury and 15 miles from Ludlow. Local attractions include Acton Scott Working Farm Museum, Stokesay Castle and Museum of Lost Content. Well behaved dogs allowed.More details
Clyngwyn Bunkhouse, B&b and Hut
Clyngwyn 4* Bunkhouse sits in the Brecon Beacons, only minutes away from the waterfalls and caves of Ystradfellte and Sgwd Yr Eira. Your ideal base for a wide range of outdoor activities. The bunkhouse sleeps up to 19, plus camping, three double B&B rooms and a romantic shepherd's hut in it's own private meadow.More details
Ilderton Dod Barns
Ilderton Dod Barns are a luxury bunkhouse sleeping 8 & a self-contained cottage for 2/3 in the Northumberland National Park. Situated on a working hill farm down a 1.5 mile private farm track, you can really escape from the rat race but there's a 4G mobile signal if you need it. The former stables & cow byre have been lovingly restored to provide quality, cosy accommodation. Dod barns are ideally located close to The Pennine Way, The Sandstone Way & with many other footpaths, bridleways and trails on the doorstep. The perfect base for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders (paddocks available). One of the darkest locations in Northumberland Dark Sky National Park, they are also ideal for star gazing. Dogs welcome by arrangement.More details
Slack House Farm
Slack House Farm is an organic dairy farm overlooking Birdoswald Roman Fort on Hadrian's Wall. It is on the NCN 72 cycle route and is only 0.5km from the Hadrian's Wall National Trail. The bunkbarn is next to Gladje in the Scypen café and farm shop (Birdoswald cheese is made on-site). The bunkbarn is warm and cosy and has basic self-catering facilities. Breakfasts, farmhouse suppers and packed lunches can be provided.More details
Gilfach Wen Barn
A homely, high quality, bunkhouse for individuals, extended families or groups on a working farm. The large social area is ideal for reunions or celebrations. The are 7 family bedrooms including one downstairs for disabled. Perfect for exploring Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Brecon Beacons, Cambrian Mountains and the Gower. Walker, cyclist, dog & equestrian friendly. Village pub close by.More details
On a small hill farm in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Cadarn Bunkhouse is surrounded by views of the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley. With easy access to the mountains it is perfect for walking, mountain biking and horse riding whist the River Wye is great for canoeing. Self-catered bunkhouse, with the pub in Felindre half a mile away. Close to Hay on Wye and Brecon. Pony trekking available on-site, plus bike and canoe hire available locally.More details
Gibbs Hill Farm Hostel
Gibbs Hill Farm Hostel is on a working hill farm near Once Brewed on Hadrian's Wall and close to the Pennine Way. Designed to reduce energy consumption it is centrally heated throughout. Comprising 3 bunkrooms, 2 shower rooms, 2 toilets, a well equipped kitchen, a comfortable communal area and a large deck where you can enjoy the evening sun. Ideal for families who can book a whole room with private facilities. Study groups welcome.More details
Hostels for horse riding holidays
A number of independent hostels are geared up for horse riding holidays. Whether you want to take your own horse on holiday with you (horse B & B) and ride out from the hostel or you want to book onto organised treks or have riding lessons on the centres own horses, one of the hostels above will be able to help.
Take your horse on holiday: Horse B & B
Is the perfect holiday for you one where you take your horse on holiday with you? Where you and your horse travel to a different part of the country to explore the local bridleways, off road tracks, country lanes, open moorland and village pubs? Where you have great value self catering accommodation with horse B & B on site? Perhaps you have a group of horsey friends who would love to join you on your horse riding holiday.
If that’s the case and you fancy going to Wales, take a look at Mid Wales Bunkhouse, Conwy Valley Backpackers Barn, Clyngwyn Bunkhouse (Brecon Beacons) or Springhill Farm Bunkhouse ( north Welsh Borders).
Mid Wales Bunkhouse has grazing and stabling for your horse or pony during your stay in the bunkhouse. The bunkhouse has a self catering kitchen and meals can be provided on request. Explore the wild and dramatic Mid Wales countryside with routes available from the gates, from an hour’s hack to whole day circular picnic rides. Your hosts at Mid Wales Bunkhouse can offer expertise and local knowledge to help plan rides. On request they may also accompany you on their own pure bred fell ponies so that you get to see the very best that the area has to offer. Parking is available for trailers and small horse boxes.
If its Hadrians Wall you would like to explore on your horse then contact Slack House Farm for more details.
A horse holiday without your own horse: Stay at a hostel with its own equestrain centre.
If you want a riding holiday but don’t have your own horse, or don’t want to bring your own horse on holiday but still want to ride, then staying at a hostel on an equestrian centre will be the perfect solution. You can use the equestrian centre’s own horses and book onto their organised activities; trail rides, treks or lessons. The perfect solution for a great horse holiday without your own horse.
Springhill Farm on the north Welsh Borders is a BHS (British Horse Society) approved equestrian centre offering trekking across some of the country’s most fantastic riding areas. Or if you prefer you can have flat or jumping lessons as well as, or instead of the trail rides. Alternatively, on a small hill farm in Brecon Beacons National Park, there is Tregoyd Mountain Riders. Also BHS approved, Tregoyd Mountain Riders offers trekking, trail riding and riding lessons. The on site bunkhouse, Cadarn Bunkhouse, offers great value accommodation for your group of riders.
If you would rather ride in the Lake District, look no further than Rookin House Farm near Ullswater. With three camping barn units for your accommodation, the Rookin House Equestrian Centre offers trekking, lessons and two day long riding adventures for the more experienced riders.
All the accommodation at these equestrian centres is self catering, offers great value for money, has no minimum length of stay and is great for groups.
Photos taken of horse riding holidays from: Springhill Farm, Mid Wales Bunkhouse and Rookin House Camping Barn