Horse Riding in Cornwall
There is no better way to truly appreciate the Cornish countryside than on horseback. Whether you are cantering across the moors, trekking through woodland trails, or exploring winding lanes, horse riding gives you the opportunity to explore a hidden side of Cornwall which you might not otherwise experience - why not give it a try?
Riding Stables & Schools
Trenance Riding Stables
Trenissick Riding Stables
You can view our properties in Newquay here.
Lakefield Equestrian Centre
Lower Pendavey Farm
You can view our properties in Camelford here.
Bodmin/St Kew Highway:
Denby Livery Stables
Benbole Farm Trekking Stables
St Kew Highway
You can view our properties in Bodmin/St Kew Highway and the surrouding area here.
Hallagenna Horse Riding
You can view our properties in St Breward and the surrounding area here.
Tredole Trekking & Riding Stables
You can view our properties in Bocastle here.
Lanjeth Riding School
Near St Austell
You can view our properties in and around St Austell here.
Reen Manor Riding Stables
You can view our properties in and around Perranporth here.
St Columb Major:
Blackacre Riding Stables
You can view our properties near St Columb here.
Gooseham Barton Riding Stables
Gooseham Barton Farm
You can view our properties in Bude here.
Kernow Horse Trail Long trail throughout Cornwall.
Camel Trail leaflet.
Riding On The Beach
There's nothing better than a good gallop across the beach! However, Cornwall's beaches are very popular with a whole variety of users; sunbathers, people with small children, surfers, dog walkers, etc. Cornwall Council therefore advises that, although there are no actual restrictions in place, that horse riders use the beaches before 10am and after 6pm when they are quieter. Some beaches have restrictions. When you know which area you are planning to stay in, contact the council to check that the beach near your holiday cottage has no additional restrictions for horse riders.