Springhill Farm Riding Stables (Shropshire) Reviews
Description:Springhill Farm, Selattyn,Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10 7NZ. Tel:01691 718406
Newest Review: ... steep road with few passing places, so nervous drivers should find someone else to do the driving. The stables are located in the Ceiriog valley in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains and the scenery can only be described as breathtaking. The view from the stables looks across the valley towards a distant forest, with the Berwyn hills as a backdrop. As soon as we arrived, we knew that we'd ... more
Customer Springhill Farm Riding Stables (Shropshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/11/09 (Very useful, 360 readings)
My girlfriend has always been keen on pony trekking, but her usual stables had closed down a while ago so she had not been in ages. Keen to get back on a horse, she found Springhill Riding Stables near Llangollen in North Wales which looked ideal. The website is extremely helpful and gives plenty of information about the services that they offer. The stables cater for people who've never been on a horse before so it seemed an ideal way to introduce my two nieces, who are 13 and 9 to the joys of horse riding. We booked a one hour introductory pony trekking session for £20 each (guess who had to pay?). There are longer sessions of two hours, and four ... Read the complete review
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