Horse Riding Holidays and Day Treks on Ireland's Magnificent Dingle Peninsula
The dramatic beauty of the Dingle Peninsula on the most south-westerly coastline of Ireland has been an inspiration and a wonder to visitors for thousands of years.
This is the home of Dingle Horse Riding, which is owned and operated by Susan Callery, a native of Dingle who also owns the Greenlane Gallery in Dingle Town. It is the perfect location for the most memorable, challenging and enjoyable horse riding holidays you will experience anywhere in the world.
We organise everything: horses, facilities, accommodation and, of course, adventurous rides through the magnificent Irish countryside. All you have to do is enjoy your time with us whilst experiencing the riding holiday of a lifetime!
"Pure Exhiliration! The most exhilarating riding experience ever!"
HORSE ILLUSTRATED Magazine
Directions to Dingle Horse Riding from town centre:
From Main Street continue up Goat Street to the top of the hill, at the apex of the hill directly after Ash Mount Terrace turn right and follow this road for a Kilometre where you will see us up on the right through the red gates.
Drive time: 5 minutes / Walk time: 20-25 minutes.
Important notice regarding Beach Riding.
We do not bring Beginner or Novice Riders to the beach; Beach riding requires Intermediate level, English style and a good level of horse riding fitness. Please give us accurate information about your riding, health, weight and fitness and note that riders will be assessed in the arena before we leave the yard.
We do not have western or stock saddles. Here at Dingle Horse Riding we use direct rein and post the trot so it's imperative that western riders take English riding lessons and master the rising trot, plus are competent with the English style of rein contact, before commencing their riding holiday.
Our Mountain treks suit Beginner and Novice riders. These treks take us into the Mountains behind Dingle, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean with its Rugged offshore Islands. Here we overlook the most Westerly point in Europ