Horses fed and tacked-up, stirrups adjusted, girths tightened, maps and routes studied and checked – now climb or leap into the saddle and head out on trail! To begin your first day you will wind up the quiet country lanes to the Begwns, where breathtaking panoramic views and fabulous canters await.
Canter along the banks of the River Wye . . .
Head up to the highest point of the Begwns – The Roundabout – before dropping down into the valley via the old green lanes. Enjoy a canter along the banks of the river Wye to Glasbury, your first overnight stop. You will stay at one of three fantastic B&Bs in the village. Your evening meal and apres trail beverages will be at Foyles restaurant, just around the corner.
Wake up feeling refreshed . . .
After a comfortable night sleep and a hearty Welsh Breakfast, it’s time to hit the trail on your second day. Day two sees you heading back out along the banks of the Wye before crossing the bridge at the town of Llyswen. It’s then up into the hills again, over Brechfa & Felinfach commons. Take in the stunning views of the Black Mountains and spot the Roundabout on the hill from your first day. After a quiet stroll off the common and down the lanes you will arrive at your second overnight stop.
Return to Freerein . . .
Your third and final day leads you up through Mynydd Fforest, and then down to cross the Wye on the stunning Trericket suspension bridge. Your route takes you back up onto the Begwns to enjoy a final canter before following the lanes back to return to Freerein HQ.
Arrive at Freerein HQ 9AM. Get your horses ready and check your maps and routes. Out on trail all day. Stay overnight in Glasbury.
Feed, groom and tack up horses. Out on trail all day. Overnight at The Old Mill, Pwllycwru or Bryndu.
Catch and prepare your horses. Out all day on trail. Return to HQ 4-5pm for tea & cake.
On Trail Accommodation
Many of our holidays have a number of different accommodation places connected to the specific trail route that you are booking. Freerein book the places you stay at. You do not have a choice of accommodation as we book the best available to suit your group .
Your accommodation places are confirmed in writing when you are invoiced.
The Grange B&B
The Grange is a beautiful country house set in the foot hills of the Black Mountains, on the edge of Glasbury village just a stones throw from the River Wye and only 4 miles from the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye. You can enjoy a fabulous home cooked breakfast before you hop in the…
This character cottage is in the small riverside village of Glasbury-on-Wye, just 4 miles upstream from the book town of Hay-on-Wye. Glasbury-on-Wye is on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, ideally situated to explore the gloriously unspoilt moorlands and valleys of Mid Wales. The cottage is in a lovely sunny position with views…
Chapel on The Green B&B
The Chapel (built in 1866) and interior are full of character and has everything you need for a great stay in a beautiful part of Wales. Really close to Hay on Wye and seconds away from the river with incredible walks and wildlife. Your hosts Graham and Matthew use the space as part of their…
Old Mill B&B
The Old Mill in Felinfach is a 16th Century converted corn mill, peacefully situated in its own grounds with plenty of room for the ponies to enjoy a relaxing evening amongst Shetland ponies, chicken, geese and guinea fowl. Riders also enjoy it here with its cosy inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and relaxing atmosphere. Special attention…
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The price is £595pp per person including everything except your lunches and evening meals.
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