Horse-riding in France
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Many of the bed and breakfast accommodations with which we work in France either have horse-riding on site or are local to some horse-riding stables. A short-break in France gives you the perfect opportunity to explore the region on horseback. Check out the following accommodation in France, both bed and breakfast accommodation and luxury accommodation from which you can explore the area on horseback
Horse-riding in France in the Calais Area Region
Family friendly chateau B&B near Abbeville and Calais
This is a splendid family-friendly chateau B&B near Calais, Dieppe and Abbeville in NE France which is full of history.
Dating back to the 18th C, the chateau is a great base for a romantic short break near the beaches of the North coast of France and the historic Bay of the Somme.
Relax in the peaceful surroundings of a unique country estate, with horse riding and bike/cycle rental available on site and a golf course nearby too. Children will love the farm animals which include hors
Horse-riding in France in the Normandy Region
Bed and breakfast for horse lovers near Caen in Normandy France
This is a wonderfully charming Normandy bed and breakfast near Caen. It is located near the village of Cahagnes and dates back to the 17th century. The owners run a horse stud in the grounds which they would be delighted to show you around.
This B&B is ideally placed to discover the cider and calvados-producing areas of Normandy. The Normandy landing beaches are also just a short drive away. The nearest restaurant is 8 kms from the accommodation and there is a golf course 30kms away, a s
Eco-friendly boutique chateau B&B near Alencon Normandy with spa
This is the most charming traditional boutique chateau bed and breakfast near Alencon in Normandy. The family-owned château is in the village of Essay, 8 miles NE of Alencon in southern Normandy. It has vaulted cellars which date back to the 12th century and is steeped in history.
The chateau is surrounded by 6 hectares of parkland so tranquillity is assured. The owners run an organic potager/kitchen garden and are keen to share their knowledge with you!
The chateau is a member of
Horse-riding in France in the Loire Valley Region
Luxury chateau hotel near Tours and Amboise, Loire Valley, France
This dog friendly luxury chateau hotel near Tours and Amboise in the Loire Valley is a perfect choice for a special occasion celebration or romantic short break in France.
Classified a Monument Historique, the chateau is steeped in history and the standard of the accommodation really is exceptional.
It is surrounded by 125 acres of beautifully maintained parkland and has a kitchen garden which includes the national collection of tomatoes!
The formal gardens are open to the public fr
Horse-riding in France in the Provence and Riviera Region
Dog friendly 3 star hotel with swimming pool near Saint Tropez
What a great situation for this delightful character 3* pet friendly hotel in the south of France.
The hotel is in a sweet little village 15 minutes from the coast of the French Riviera and the beaches of Saint Tropez and Sainte Maxime. But head away from the coast and it's all rocky hills, swathes of vineyards and little Provençale villages on hilltops and alongside mountain streams. It's all very pretty in the Var department
The hotel was constructed out of the remains of the old
Horse-riding in France in the Aquitaine Region
A charming B&B in the Basque country near Biarritz and Bayonne
This is a gorgeous little family friendly and pet friendly hotel near Biarritz (just 3kms), the beaches at Bayonne and Bayonne airport and also near pretty Saint Jean de Luz with its child friendly bathing beaches, shopping and gourmet restaurants.
Just a few kms from junction 4 of the A63 autoroute, the hotel is in a lovely quiet location with beautiful views towards the mountains of the Pyrenees..... this is the French Basque country on the Atlantic coast, one of the most stunning corners
Enjoy horseback riding from a country estate near Abbeville and Calais or take a horse ride along the Normandy coastline. How about horse-riding in the foothills of the Alps or through the beautiful Provence countryside. What better way to explore France than on horseback!