Located in North Wales between Snowdon and the sea, Snowdonia Riding Stables offers you superb riding amongst some of the best mountain and coastal scenery in the British Isles, whether you are a complete beginner or a competent rider.
With miles of traffic free bridleways we have access through spectacular scenery amongst the foothills of Snowdon.Pony Trekking & Riding with Snowdonia Riding StablesWe have carefully selected horses and ponies to provide a range of sizes, types and temperaments to suit riders all abilities (or none at all!)
We have been established over 30 years with a wealth of
experience, and some of our customers are third generation! Snowdonia Riding Stables is an approved British Horse Society Riding School and Trekking Centre and is approved by the Pony Club.
“Oh! if people knew what a comfort to a horse a light hand is…” A. Sewell. Black Beauty.
For many, the love (or obsession) of horses and ponies starts young, and lasts a lifetime. The world is infinitely more attractive when viewed from horseback, but especially so at the Snowdonia Riding Stables. Situated in the valley of the River Gwyrfai, there are miles of safe, traffic-free bridleways, where you can explore breathtaking scenery such as lush hilltops to long, gold and blue stretches of beach. Choose leisurely treks where you can absorb the magic and beauty of river’s, mountains, lakes and leafy woodlands. Or if you fancy a gallop, why not try an adrenaline-flowing hack for the more experienced riders. Great for all ages and all abilities, there’s an abundance of options available, from 1 hour lessons to 5 hour treks, with all rides guided by experienced trek leaders.
A friendly local village pub in the heart of the Welsh countryside, offering a great selection of real ales, beers, wines, cocktails and soft drinks. Serving hearty, homemade food using locally sourced
Bryn Gloch Caravan and Camping Site, a stone's throw from Caernarfon, is hidden perfectly within the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park. Offering state-of-the-art facilities, this site is a haven for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. The distant whistle of the famous Welsh Highland Railway