Horseriding

Horse riding is an incredible popular past time in Pembrokeshire. There are 116 miles of public bridleways in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park alone, maintaining and improving the bridleway portfolio is a matter of high priority to the National Park Authority. There are many riding stables around both the coast and inland where you can experience the sport for yourself!

A selection of these are;

  • Crosswell Riding Stables; nestled in Crymych, in the Preseli Hills www.crosswellridingtrekking.co.uk, 01239891262
  • Bowling’s Riding School; located in 350 acres of woodland in Haverfordwest. 01437741407
  • Nolton Stables; Haverfordwest, www.noltonstables.com, 01437710360

Some of the team have lucky enough to visit Marros Riding Centre around 14 miles from Bluestone. You may have seen their talented horses and riders in some of our recent TV adverts. The centre is located between Amroth and Pendine, and has over 40 licensed horses and ponies to suit all abilities, they also have both indoor and outdoor facilities so there’s something to enjoy whatever the weather! They cater for riders for all abilities, from those who have never sat on horseback before to those who are experienced riders. Two of the marketing team have ridden here on two different occasions, once on a riding lesson and trek, and secondly on one of the infamous beach rides.

Point of interest  Finding Marros



  Compass Miles from Bluestone: 14
  Car Time to drive from Bluestone: 29 minutes
  Point of interest Nearest postcode: SA33 4PN
  Toilet Toilets available: Yes
  Car Parking available:Yes

Marros Riding Centre is a family run business, offering both horse riding lessons and experiences, as well as livery services (where horse owners can pay a fee for the stables to look after their horses). All of the staff working there have British Horse Society (BHS) and Road Safety certifications, as well as being first aid trained, so no matter how experienced at riding you are you’ll be in safe hands! Some examples of what you can try at Marros include beach rides for the experienced riders, woodland rides, lessons, Pony Club days and group, individual or family sessions.

There’s a gift shop at Marros, selling everything from jodhpurs to farmyard themed toys to treats for the horses and ponies! You can hire hats and riding boots here too and there’s also a coffee shop for any members of the family who don’t fancy joining in! The centre is open all year apart from Christmas Day and Boxing Day, and with the relaxed and friendly atmosphere is a great place to visit during a stay at Bluestone!

It’s very important you book your sessions with Marros in advance, so they can make sure there’s a horse or pony suitable for you available on the day of your visit. You can book by calling 01994453777 or emailing info@marros-farm.co.uk. To find more information about Marros and what you can do there, head to www.marros-farm.co.uk.

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