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Mount Pleasant Trekking Centre

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Mount Pleasant Pony Trekking Centre, Bannanstown Road, Castlewellan, Co Down, BT31 9BG
Mount Pleasant Trekking Centre

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Having been Established for over 35 years, this family run business has a reputation for dedication to novice and experienced riders from all over the world. This has made us a No.1 choice in Ireland.

The B.H.S Inspector recommended various riding centres to visit Mount Pleasant as an example of how riding establishments should be run.

Facilities:

• Country Hacks
• Horse Riding Holidays
• Trekking in the Traffic-free Routes of Castlewellan Forest Park
• Horses and Ponies to Suit Novice and Experienced Riders
• Special Rates for Youth Clubs, Schools, special needs groups etc.
. British Horse Society Approved
* Department of Agriculture Licensed and Approved
• Ample Car Parking and Picnic area
• Picnic Tables
• Barbecue Facilities

For the convenience and comfort of all our guests, we have now added a new reception area and toilet and shower facilities. Refresh yourself after availing of the many activities at Mount Pleasant in these showers and changing rooms.

Association membership:
B.H.S.

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