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Caeiago riding centre – Horse riding holidays. Riding holidays in the UK and all other horse riding breaks are our speciality building on an experience gained from 45 years experience.

How to get to Caeiago Riding Centre

Cae Iago or Caeiago Riding Centre is located in the midst of the beautiful Cambrian mountains in the heart of rural Wales.
We are happy to collect you from our local train station (Llandovery) and our local bus station (Lampeter) free of charge.

If you plan to fly then your best options are Heathrow or possibly Cardiff if you can get a suitable flight. The onward journey could then be by rented car, train or bus.

You can also drive from the car ferries or Channel Tunnel. We are about 300 miles (500km) from the Dover car ferries and Channel Tunnel. The South coast ports (Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Southampton) are closer at around 225 miles (360km).”

 


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Directions to Cae Iago


1. From North Wales

Head for Chester and take the A483 South. Continue past Wrexham, Oswestry, Welshpool, Newtown, Llandrindod-Wells, Builth Wells, Llanwrtyd Wells, to Llandovery. At Llandovery, turn right on to the A40 towards Llandeilo.
At Llanwrda (about 4 miles past Llandovery) you take the right turn on to the A482 towards Lampeter.

Follow this for about 8 miles, through the village of Pumpsaint, along the straight, over the bridge and up (another!) hill.
At the top of the hill you will see a brown tourist sign, so take a right turn towards Ffarmers.

Go through Ffarmers and we are the second farm on the left once you are out of the village, about half a mile from the Drovers Pub.


2. From the M25/M4

Join the M25, and follow it West to the M4.

Follow the M4 all the way to Cross Hands (about 187 miles) via the Severn Bridge.
At Cross Hands take the A476 to Llandeilo, then take the A40 (left) towards Llandovery.
At Llanwrda (about 4 miles before you reach Llandovery) take the A482 towards Lampeter.

Follow this for about 8 miles, through the village of Pumpsaint, along the straight, over the bridge and up (another!) hill.
At the top of the hill you will see a brown tourist sign, so take a right turn towards Ffarmers.

Go through Ffarmers and we are the second farm on the left once you are out of the village, about half a mile from the Drovers Pub.

3. From the Midlands

If coming from the Birmingham direction use the M42 and M5 and M50 to join the A40 at Ross-on-Wye heading towards Monmouth.
If coming from the Oxford direction, take the A40 through Gloucester and stay on it through / around Ross-on-Wye.

Both routes then follow the A40 through Monmouth, Abergavenny, Brecon, Sennybridge and Llandovery.

NB. You have to be careful about 5 miles past Monmouth, to leave the dual carriageway to follow the A40 (sign-posted to Abergavenny).

Approximately 4 miles past Llandovery (at a place called Llanwrda) take a right turn on to the A482 towards Lampeter.

Follow this for about 8 miles, through the village of Pumpsaint, along the straight, over the bridge and up (another!) hill. At the top of the hill you will see a brown tourist sign, take a right turn towards Ffarmers.

Go through Ffarmers and we are the second farm on the left once out of the village, about half a mile from the Drovers Pub.

4. Sat Nav Users

For those persons using sat navs for the journey ( especially coming from the North )please be aware that the Sat Nav directions have a tendency to direct you over mountainous routes as you get closer to Caeiago  via some very small country lanes which some people find quite intimidating rather than the usual A roads.

Please ensure you program your Sat Nav accordingly before your departure to avoid such encounters.

If you’re still not sure, please ask for custom directions.

Caeiago Riding Centre provides probably the best horse riding and trekking holidays in the UK and Wales with a fantastic reputation for year on year excellence with many of our customers return time and again.

To experience our horse riding or trekking holidays please contact us. We are always available to discuss your needs and we can provide flexible riding holidays, horse riding weekends, horse riding weeks, or other type of breaks, for single people or parties alike.

In addition, we can provide holiday breaks for non horse riding partners and friends, for example there are some fantastic mountain bike trails, walking tracks or for those that prefer a quieter experience there is an abundance of wildlife and fauna to be found.

To create your dream horse riding and trekking holiday whether its for full weeks, mid-week or weekends – Caeiago Horse Riding, Trekking and Holiday Centre is perfect for that riding holiday at a great price with fantastic company and scenery.


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