SPECIAL OFFERS

  Easter Weekend – join us for 3 days/ 3 nights fully inclusive for £490, 4 days/4 nights £590 or enquire for bespoke schedule.

Treat someone you love to a riding experience they’ll love!

DAY RIDE AND RIDING WEEKEND GIFT VOUCHERS

Treat someone you love to a riding experience they’ll love!

We have gift vouchers available for day rides and weekend breaks. Just email us on riding@transwales.com and organise payment – we’ll pop one in the post along with one of our lovely brochures. Christmas, Birthdays, sorted.

Call us on 01874 711500 or email riding@transwales.com

Get in touch regarding horse riding holidays, weekends or short breaks.

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Phone Paul or Emily anytime on:

tel. 01874 711500

We are often out riding or on the yard, so please leave a message and we will get back to you asap.

Or write us a letter! Our correspondence address is:

Trans Wales Trails, Blaenau Bach, Penbont Road, Talgarth, Brecon LD3 0EG

 

We like to pride ourselves on standing out from the crowd.

Riders often leave here telling us they’ve never experienced riding like it on any other horse riding holiday.

If your experience of trekking up until now has been to get your horse in line and stay there nose-to-tail, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how different our approach is. Our horses are forward-going, well schooled and sociable.

At Transwales Horseback Trails, riders are encouraged to build a relationship with their horse, and we’ll help you catch, groom and tack up at the beginning of the day.

Our horses are beautiful, fine, fit Welsh cobs who will surprise you with their sureness of foot and superb balance. Compact, intelligent and strong, they are ideally suited to the hills and mountains that surround us. The terrain is varied and includes open moor-land, thick forests, picturesque country lanes and narrow mountain ridges.

During your holiday here, there is plenty of opportunity for fast canters and gallops, and even the chance to jump logs and ditches – all optional of course!