At KIMMERSTON, one of the best known horse riding centres and stables in the NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND, near the breathtaking CHEVIOT HILLS in BEAUTIFUL NORTHUMBERLAND, you can experience exhilarating horse riding you will never forget.
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Horse riding lessons for beginners, or those who are a little rusty. This is a much more enjoyable way for you to learn and we believe it also makes for a happier horse.


A one or a two hour ride through the fields and woods surrounding Kimmerston. 

These rides take you down quiet roads to fields with wide riding margins, or to skirt the edge of woods, or to climb the higher fields with views towards the Cheviot Hills. 

The views are spectacular whatever the weather. Keen eyes may spot deer, hares, buzzards, and the occasional glider from the nearby airfield at Milfield. 


Enjoy the panoramic views of the coast to the east and the Cheviots to the west, as you ride across bracken moors on Ford Moss or through streams and woods. Interesting flora and fauna are to be seen throughout the year, including if you are lucky, a glimpse of the wild ponies who live on Ford Moss. 

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We are open from Easter 2024


A half hour Lead Rein for the young (minimum age 5) or novice: £15

1 HOUR RIDE Adult: £40 Child under 11: £30
2 HOUR RIDE Adult: £80 Child under 11: £60
1 HOUR INSTRUCTIONAL RIDE Adult: £50 Child under 11: £35
2 HOUR MOOR RIDE Adult: £90 Child under 11: £80
  • Lead Rein: £20 per adult, £15 for under 11yrs
  • Hire of hats and boots: £1 per person

Private rides can be arranged with an additional charge

Please note we do not take credit cards. Cash, cheques or BACS (in advance) only.
Please also note, in the interest of the welfare of our horses, the maximum weight you can be to ride is 14 stone or 88kg.

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“Brilliant time, I rode Cally, my daughter rode Ben, both really good horses (best horse I’ve ridden). Really friendly hack in lovely countryside. Will definitely be on my list of things to do when I’m back in Northumberland. Big smiles all round”.