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Our offers for riding holidays for children

Min. age for unaccompanied children:
no limitation
Max age to:
17 years
Offered for:
Girls and boys

General description:

The riding school “Pferdeschulze” is affiliated with the German Equestrian body (FN). Our school is recognised for its excellence in teaching, handling and condition of our horses and all round efficiency. Safety regulations are constantly scrutinised for person and horse . The team of instructors is led by Johann-Bernd Schulze, his job is to make your holiday as enjoyable and secure as possible., and with over 35 years of occupational experience he is well recognised for doing just that! Each School child is allocated a horse/pony accordind to size and ability an this is your horse for the week , to graze with, to brush down, to cuddle!.

Accommodation for the children:
Multi-bedded room(s), Single / double room(s)
Comments on the kind of catering:
Vegetarian Meals possible by arrangement
Vegan diet possible by arrangement
We offer a continental Breakfast but with our Britsh guests then a fry up is a must!.Lunch is usually light, a soup and fruit.Evenings a 2 course meal, all local products and organic fruit & veg.

We offer riding holidays for children during the:

  • Easter holidays from 350 Euro / Week
  • Summer holidays from 350 Euro / Week
  • Autumn holidays from 350 Euro / Week
  • Winter holidays from 350 Euro / Week
  • Short breaks from 240 Euro / Time period
  • Weekend Stays from 145 Euro / Time period

Additional Animals on the property:
Horses, ponies, goats, a dog, stable cats, rabbits, hamsters. In the forsest : wild boar and deer are daily sights.Eagles,badgers all in this land which once served as Kaiser Willhelms hunting ground.
Additional offers:
Riding badge, Riding card, Language classes
Other offers and explanations:
An insider Tip! Situated in the north of Germany, an hour south of Hamburg, the centre nestles in the heart of the famous Luneburger Heath betweenthe largest mixed forest in Germany and the River El