This welcoming western ranch is situated in the south of Hungary, approximately 80km from Budapest and within the beautiful Kiskunsagi National Park. Two thirds of the 76,000 hectare park are considered a biosphere reserve under the UNESCO Man and Biosphere Programme, offering a succession of sandy forests, sand and alkaline grasslands, lines of dunes, marshes, meadows and open fields. The sandy ground is ideal for long canters and relaxing trail rides, whilst carriage driving tours and lessons are also a superb option for the non-rider or simply as an additional activity. If you want to master western riding then this is the place to come and ride a real western horse!
The ranch is unique and offers western riding tuition and trail rides. The ranch breed and train their own Quarter Horses and Appaloosas which are successful in the local western shows, and the instructors are experienced horsemen who look forward to sharing their unique knowledge with the guests.
The ranch covers 60 acres with plenty of land to ensure the well-being of the horses. The unique beauty of the surrounding scenery is a delight for guests and the landscapes offer almost never-ending trail riding possibilities. Guests here can simply enjoy the trail rides or can take part in lessons, learning the fundamentals of western style horse riding. There are two reining-courses of good size, two corrals and a covered riding hall so that work can continue in the case of bad weather.
The ranch welcomes all types of guests from single travellers to families, groups of friends and even pets. They offer wine tasting and bird watching, There is a swimming pool and wellness centre which allows guests to relax and make the most of their holiday. Rooms are modern, clean and comfortable, ideal for a peaceful rest after a day well spent in the saddle.
Stays here can be tailor made to incorporate your wishes so please do get in touch if the packages listed below aren't quite what you are looking for.
This destination was visited by Sue, Managing Director of Far and Ride, in 2012 to ensure its suitability for our clients and she was delighted to return again for another visit. Holly from Far and Ride also went with a group of ladies in May 2013 and would be delighted to talk to you about it. Don't hesitate to contact them through the website for more information.
The ranch wellness centre is now able to offer Shiatsu massage with a fully qualified Masseuse!