Horse Riding, Meals and Accommodation
Depending on the length of your stay you can choose to go riding every day - with a safari day ride or two if you’re planning on staying for longer than a few days.
Please let us know your requirements when booking your holiday. If you are getting back into riding after a long break then it is probably better to start off with shorter rides and build up gradually over the course of your stay.
Guests can choose whether they would like to be self-catering or have bed and breakfast, with a delicious cooked breakfast, or continental style breakfast with toast, fruit, yoghurt and a selection of cereals served in your cottage if you take this option.
Most self-catering guests provide their own lunch or we can produce a picnic lunch for you if you would prefer. This must be arranged at the time of booking your holiday. If you go on a safari day ride during your stay then you can purchase your lunch during one of our lunchtime stops at Tarr Farm, The London Inn, or The Royal Oak.
If you don’t want to cook in the evenings then Dulverton has some world-class restaurants and there are also lots of fabulous local pubs serving tasty meals to suit every palette just a short drive away from Higher Chilcott Farm. Bobbie will be happy to recommend some places to eat during your stay, depending on your preferences.
Children stay in our cosy period farmhouse which has an inglenook fireplace, log fires and lovely bedrooms. Adults and families stay in our self-catering holiday cottage The Horses House You can read more about it on our holiday cottage page.