Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
No, we offer day passes where you can simply arrive in the morning and depart at the end of the day or our holidays with your horse start from one day and can be as long or as short as you require. All holiday homes, horse spaces and camping spaces are charged by the night.
Our holiday homes are traditionally static caravans. They are fully equipped for self catering breaks with all cooking facilities included. All human bedding is provided you only need to bring towels, your clothes and your food.
The nearest village is Chapel St Leonards, here you will find a Spar, a small Co-oP and a number or restaurants / pubs. Itís about three miles so too far to walk but ok if you bring a mountain bike or have a car. If you are staying in a horse lorry and have no other form of transport we do try and assist by letting you know when we are going to the shops and either take you or pick the odd item up. There is a really good Italian restaurant and pizza / kebab shop that do takeaway with a delivery service to the farm.
All mucking out kit is available here so no need to bring barrows or mucking out tools. If you are feeding hard food you need to bring buckets for that and of course your hard food. Hay and straw is provided and included in the horse price. Shavings and haylage can be provided but are chargeable extra or you can bring your own.
Yes there are 6 electric hook up points. These are chargeable by the night and need a standard 240 volt 16 amp caravan style hook up lead. We do sometimes have leads around so itís not a disaster if you forget or have the wrong lead. It is always best to pre book electric hook up to ensure it is available as it is purely on a first come first served basis.
Included in the overnight horse package (£40 per night) is paddock, stable, hay, straw and unlimited use of the facilities (show jumping paddock, Cross Country course ranging from 40cm-1m, Indoor and Outdoor menage). The facilities are free to use at your leisure for the full duration of your stay.
You can arrive from 2pm with the horses (there may not be a stable or paddock free until after 2 pm but you are able to ride and use the facilities) accommodation will be available from 3pm. Paddocks MAY be available for early arrivals but this is NOT GUARANTEED. On departure day you will need to be out of your accommodation and stable by 11am (you are free to use facilities for the full day and tie your horse to the box)
Please ensure that all horses are vaccinated prior to your stay with us. If your horse has been in contact with any infectious diseases then please be a responsible horse owner and do not put others at risk.
We have 2 large tack rooms fully equipped with shelves, saddle/bridle racks. We have 24 hour 365 day CCTV that operates around whole of the farm, the owners/staff are on site 24 hours per day.
Every horse is allocated its own post and rail paddock. If you decide you would like to share with another horse (in your party) then the paddocks are big enough for 2 horses.
The beach is 1 mile away via a grass track, 250 yards of costal road and you will arrive at Wolla Bank. There are no current restrictions as to what time you can ride on the beach. We ask that all riders are vigilant and respectful of holiday makers/children and dogs and stay as close to the sea as possible. Please read our Beach Riding Safe Practise Flyer for more information.