Craigengillan Estate is proud to offer some of the best riding and livery services in Scotland
At the splendid Category A listed Georgian Stables enjoy riding guidance from fully qualified staff available to all ages and abilities.
You can trek for days through Craigengillan and neighbouring Galloway Forest Park without crossing a public road.
YOUR HORSE, OUR PRIORITY
Our large, light and airy stables offer top-class accommodation for your horse or pony. A full livery service includes daily turn-out, individual feeding programmes, full grooming, exercise (if needed) and a regular worming programme. There is also a comfortable club room, complete with open fire, so both you and your horse will feel well cared for after a day’s riding.
For those who prefer their horse or pony to live outdoors there is the option of all year round grass livery. Our BHS accredited staff are highly experienced in backing and schooling young horses and ponies. The relaxed atmosphere and fantastic hacking facilities make Craigengillan an ideal location to start your young horse’s education.
We also offer:
£88 per week per horse
£78 per week per pony
£38 per week summer livery
£48 per week winter livery
£20 per night full livery
Full – £140 per week
Grass – £100 per week
Guided Hacks on your own horse:
£15 per person for 1hr
£25 for 2 hrs
RIDING AS IT SHOULD BE
Parkland, woodland, rivers, lochs and hills – the estate covers 3,000 acres of incredible scenery. As well as our own tracks, we have permission to ride through the great Galloway Forest.
Look out on our Facebook page for upcoming events.
Who would like to wake up to this view?
We have two fantastic glamping pods that are beautifully located for accessibility and wonderful views, these will be perfect for those wanting to escape to the country with their trusted steed, whom will be lovingly cared for by our staff (separate charges apply).
We have an online brochure which will give you a better idea of what it is like to glamp at Craigengillan – Online Brochure
(The glamping pods have been part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union – Ayrshire LEADER 2014 – 2020 programme)