The Old Vicarage

Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast in Penzance, Cornwall

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The Old Vicarage, Penzance

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It is our mission to ensure that your stay at The Old Vicarage is one to remember. The Old Vicarage farm is a working stud farm specialising in breeding, training, showing and competing the famous American breed of horse, The Morgan

This is the introduction to your horse experience of a lifetime. Our priority is your enjoyment. Your full board residential horse riding holiday will get you AA 4star accommodation.

Our in house cook will tempt you with full board meals after your 6 hours of horse riding and related activities. These activities include: Horse Riding Lessons, Trail riding, Trekking, Beach Riding, Western riding, Carriage Driving, Jumping, Dressage and Cross Country, or get schooling in any of the above disciplines. Enjoy the pleasure of working with young horses, stable management and natural horsemanship.

Test your riding abilities with our arena games, Barrel Racing and Pole bending. This is about how to enjoy your horse and all the activities you and your horse will share. Or just enjoy the glorious Cornish countryside with a relaxing and chilled ride on one our stunning Morgan Horses.

Set in an idyllic corner of the county, with many of Cornwall's prettiest coves and sandy beaches nearby, The Old Vicarage is an ideal place to stay to unwind and visit some of Cornwall�s greatest assets. As an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Heritage coastline, with great historical interest, there is much to see and enjoy around The Old Vicarage. This is an ideal area for surfing, coastal walking, golfing at one of the local courses, visiting one of the 100 major archaeological sites on the Lands End peninsula, bird watching, rambling, just generally exploring and of course horse riding.

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From: £60.00

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