If you are looking for horse riding in Wales why not try Pony trekking in the Gower peninsular, we offer half and full day pony rides through to week long horse riding holidays. The riding is perfect for beginners in search of a fun and memorable introduction to horse riding and a great day's scenery.Many experienced riders also enjoy pony trekking with us as a fantastic means of exploring this beautiful part of the south wales coast. Parc-Le-Breos is a family run guest house and pony trekking center in Gower, Established by John and Olive Edwards in 1963. Our horse rides explore some of the best scenery wales has to offer and are loved by couples, families and groups of friends alike. The lunch time stop is usually at a good local food pub and are a great opportunity to socialize with the guides and other riders. We have horses and ponies to suit all ages and abilities; if you've never ridden before you really couldn't choose a better place to have a go.
I have thoroughly enjoyed writing this second Top 100 Attractions in Wales book, don't get me wrong, I enjoyed writing the first edition, but being able to research and visit attractions that went under my radar the first time round has been an absolute delight. This brings me on nicely to Parc Le Breos Riding Centre. Nestled uniquely in an ancient woodland on the picturesque Gower Peninsula, only a mile or two from the famous limestone three cliffs of the Gower, is one of Wales's best riding centres. I loved the absolute diversity of this riding centre and to be able to ride on golden beaches, or sweeping cliff tops not forgetting the miles of marsh & moorland that the Gower has aplenty, just adds to the magic Parc Le Breos Riding Centre offers. Parc Le Breos also has some fantastic accommodation, and I would gladly recommend a room at their guest house to anyone.