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Saddle Up by the Sea

Crindle Stables, 6 Carrowclare Road, Limavady, County Londonderry, BT49 9ED
Group on horseback leaving the stables as part of the Saddle Up by the Sea experience with Crindle Stables

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From the moment you arrive at Crindle Stables you'll be surrounded by the sights, smells and sounds of life on what is essentially a working family farm.

You’ll receive an Irish welcome with tea and scones and meet the people who work here. You'll immerse yourself in the daily routine. Best of all, you'll get up-close to the magnificent horses and revel in the wonderful tranquillity of these animals which rubs off on visitors, building that connection between rider and horse. When the horses are saddled-up, it's time to go. Enjoy the perspective of the farm and wider scenery as you dander along the country lanes and develop a new set of skills against the backdrop of the magnificent Binevenagh Mountain. It's a relaxing experience, listening to your guide recounting tales and legends of this beautiful place, greeting local people and encountering the warm welcome that Northern Ireland is famous for. 

Your route will take you down country roads lined with stone walls, leafy trails and tiny country lanes. You'll head for the shore, and be welcomed by the revitalising sea air. Take a leisurely ride through the lapping waves and trot over the soft sand. Experienced riders can canter or gallop along the strand. With the cliffs soaring up above you on one side and the Atlantic waves crashing on the other, this is a visit to the seaside like no other.

Binevenagh is both an Area of Scientific Interest and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Exactly the sort of place, then, to enjoy the therapeutic effects of nature. Combine it with the company of the Crindle Stables’ horses and it’s fair to say that you’ll never forget the day you saddled-up by the sea.


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