Horseriding

Horse Riding
As there is such an abundance of green space and trails in Killarney it is only natural that horse riding is a popular and highly enjoyable activity booked by many during a stay at The 19th Green Guesthouse. There are several horse riding schools and operators in the area and we are happy to help you make a booking to enjoy this activity during your visit.
Horse riding trips are available for all ages and for all grades and can take place within the area of the stables or through various areas within the National Park. Sitting in the saddle, ambling along the trails under the green canopy of the forests in the park or cantering along the lakeshore is a wonderful memory to take home with you after your break away in Kerry.
Packed & Picnic lunches can be organised for small or large groups with advance notice. Information on horse riding operators in the area is available from Reception and we are happy to make bookings on your behalf.
Right beside us we have the famous Killarney Riding Stables which offers a wide choice of riding options. There’s hacking, trekking and trail riding in nearby Killarney National Park with a choice of one, two or three hour sessions. The trails go through the park alongside Lough Lein, (the largest of the three lakes in Killarney) on to Ross Castle and Ross Island as far as Library point, panoramic views of Innisfallen island, the Kenmare estate and the majestic mountains surrounding Killarney will all be appreciated
For the rides into the Killarney National Part all groups are guided and all levels of experience catered for. For guests who arrive un-equipped, the riding stable will provide riding hats and boots.Riders can be collected free of charge within a three mile radius of the centre once advance notice is given.

 

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