Parc Le Breos Riding and Holiday Centre

An introduction to Parc Le Breos Riding and Holiday Centre

Parc-Le-Breos is a 19th Century Hunting Lodge set in 70 peaceful acres, once the deer park of William de Breos, Lord of Gower. Approached by a mile long drive that meanders through woodland glades - carpeted with wild flowers and bluebells in the spring and surrounded by 450 acres of deciduous woodland, this is a perfect place to unwind.

The House
Guest bedrooms range from cosy doubles to spacious family rooms - most are ensuite and all have T.V. There are laundry and drying facilities, storage for bicycles, boats, surfboards and any other sporting equipment you may wish to bring. There are also kennels available for dogs.
Enjoy our home cooking, made with fresh fruits, salads and vegetables from the garden, served in the relaxed atmosphere of our four period dining room.

Unwind by log fires in the cooler months. Relax on the terrace or by the carp pond on warm summer evenings. Stroll by the lake and watch the fish rise and the ducks feed, as swallows and bats skim the water. Relax in the lounge, play in the games room or barbecue amongst the oaks by the lake.

Gower was Britain's first designated area of outstanding natural beauty, the variety of scenery includes expansive stretches of sandy beaches, magnificent limestone cliffs, salt and fresh water marshes, woodland and moorland.

It's rich history, abundant wildlife, miles of footpaths and common land make it a paradise for walkers, riders, nature lovers and historians.

Pony Trekking
Parc-Le-Breos is a family run centre with over 35 years experience. It is sited around a 19th century hunting lodge set in 70 peaceful acres once the deer park of William de Breos Norman Lord of Gower. Reached by a mile long drive that meanders through woodland glades carpeted with wild flowers and bluebells in spring and surrounded by 450 acres of deciduous woodland.

Your riding holiday
Gower was Britains first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The variety of scenery includes miles of sandy beaches, magnificent limestone cliffs, salt and freshwater marshes, woodland and moorland. Our heart of the peninsula location, the rich scenery, abundant wildlife and vast areas of common land means we can offer you some of the most interesting and scenic rides in the country.

Award winning guides have an unrivalled knowledge of the best trails, the local conditions and of course the temperaments of their horses. They will also share with you their knowledge of the local culture, history and traditions in a pleasurable atmosphere.

The riding day starts at 10 a.m. when one of our experienced staff match one of the well mannered ponies to your ability. There follows a period of bonding when everyone gets hands on experience of getting their ponies ready. After an informal instruction the ride moves off at approx 11.30 stopping for lunch at beaches, picturesque villages or country pubs to return at approximately 4p.m.

People of all ages and experience find our rides enjoyable. The pace is mostly walking and trotting with arranged canters for the more experienced.

Book a day weekend or week or tailor a break to your own requirements. Some weeks of the year are set aside for courses in basic horsemanship, stable management, or preparation for show jumping and cross country.

We welcome non riding partners and friends. Ride as a family or just send your children. while you pursue other interests.

Essential Equipment
Warm and waterproof clothes suitable for a day in the outdoors. Most important strong shoes and boots having a small heel and non ribbed sole. Hard hats are essential and are provided. A small rucksack for carrying lunch swimwear and a torch for early and late holidays.

Space for your needs
Special interest groups of all kinds are also welcomed, we have a well equipped study room and are able to arrange for speakers from Swansea University on special subjects. Our comfortable bedrooms, spacious public rooms and friendly atmosphere offer the perfect opportunity for guests to arrange their own house party for special occasions and family reunions.
We are able to host up to 40 persons and offer special prices for groups. There is a large variety of activities for people of every age group, such as pony trekking, walking as well as cultural, historical and scientific attractions.

Facilities at your disposal
We can offer a large variety of facilities to cater for your needs. The games room is fitted with table tennis, pool, audio-visual equipment, and can be converted into a study room for field groups to use. There is also space available for you to store equipment that you may require.

For the evening we can arrange for you to have a barbecue in the secluded settings of our lake, which is just a short walk from the house.

We can also arrange bus transfers to and from the places that you wish to visit. Please contact us for further information on group bookings.

Active Gower
Ride out from Parc le Breos on our well mannered trekking ponies, give your kids a paddock ride, hang glide at Rhossilli, parachute at Fairwood, climb the cliffs or choose from one of five golf courses..

Our golden beaches are perfect for water sports, windsurfing, canoeing, surfing and sea fishing.We can arrange almost anything for you!

Walking Gower
The many walks from the house include a twenty minute stroll to Three Cliffs Bay. Ten minutes will take you to the panoramic views of Cefn Bryn or Cat Hole Cave and the neolithic tomb at Green Cwm. The Heritage Coastal Path, with its stunning views of Worms Head is just waiting to be explored.

Historic Gower
Gower is rich in historic sites, dating from Neolithic times, such as King Arthurs Stone, Giants Grave and Iron Age fortifications. Norman Castles, such as Oystermouth, Pennard, Oxwich, Weobley and Kidwelly are within easy reach. Take day excursions to Dan yr Ogof Caves or the Welsh Botanic Gardens

The local village of Mumbles also offers a Pier, Promenade, extensive range of pubs, restaurants, cafes, and shops. You can always make a visit to Swansea to catch a movie at the 10 screen cinema, dine at a restaurant, browse the shops, visit the swimming pool, go skiing, go bowling or even go night clubbing.

This is only a small list of the activities that we can arrange for you, please contact us if you want to find out if a specific activity is available.

Farmhouse Accommodation Prices per person:

(a) A weeks accommodation, B&B and evening meal £299
(b) B&B and evening meal per night (Full Welsh Breakfast) £43
(c) B&B per night (Full Welsh Breakfast) £30
(d) B&B per week (Full Welsh Breakfast) £208
Family rooms: Children 10 and under - 1/2 price. Older children - 2/3 price.
(e) Out of Season Weekend Package
Inclusive of 2 days B&B and evening meal and packed lunches £90
(f) 2 Day Break Package
Inclusive of 2 nights B&B and evening meal, 1 days riding or a round of golf or a pamper session £122

Contact us for group rates

Riding Packages Prices per person:

(a) Weekly Riding Holdays:
Inclusive of 7 days accommodation, B&B, evening meal and 5 full day rides
High Season £470
Low Season £450
Children and others prepared to share rooms £420
(b) Riding Weekends:
Inclusive of 2 full days accommodation and riding £158
Children £145
(c) Day Rides: £36
(d) 1/2 Day Rides: £25

Ponies are available for small children - a responsible adult must be in charge.

Dogs welcome - owners look after their pets in purpose built kennels - no charge.

All prices include VAT, please contact us for availability.

Local Attractions
Open Fires
Nearby Shopping
Nearby Pub
Family Rooms
Evening Meals
Pet Friendly
Car Parking
Child Friendly
Garden Area

Colour TV
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Contact Details

Parc-Le-Breos Riding and Holiday Centre
T: 01792 371636