New House Farm is an interesting working farm of 43 acres which has one of the biggest folds of Highland cattle in Wales. They are long haired, long horned and quite small, and you may pass them on the open hill as you approach New House. Non-vegetarian riders staying here may find part of a hairy Highland on the menu together with other produce grown in the kitchen gardens, polytunnels and in the orchard.
New House is located just off Llanbedr Hill one mile north of the quiet village of Rhosgogh. From its secluded position it affords wonderful views of the valley and horse riders can look forward to a peaceful evening here after a day exploring the Radnor Hills – there is no mobile signal in this valley!
Your trusty Freerein steeds stay in a field close at hand to the farmhouse and they may be fed, brushed and tacked/untacked in the farmyard.
John and Sue who have been looking after Freerein riders for many years describe their accommodation and style as “Ferme Auberge”. Riders like it here with their amiable horse riding and hunting hosts. Meals are taken in the south facing sun lounge or even out on the patio (weather permitting) in a relaxed and laid back atmosphere. The twin bedded rooms are comfortable and have been tastefully modernised.
Sue and John will happily provide you with a packed lunch for your onward journey, or depending on where you are heading to next there may be the option of a pub lunch out on trail.
Many Freerein trails take advantage of a night at New House Farm; it is both popular with returning Freerein guests and is also a great stopover for those riding with Freerein for the first time.
Accommodation here is two twin bedded rooms only.