School Trips/Groups

Scottish Equestrian at Lanark, Scotland is a great centre for schools trips and outings for both primary and secondary school pupils. Very enjoyable school trips and group outings suitable for children of all ages. Contact us when planning a school trip.  School Trips And School Groups For Children of all ages are offered at Scottish Equestrian Hotel. An Exciting Venue For School Trips And Groups.

Wonderful fun to remember forever for school trips and groups.
We are very accessible at Scottish Equestrian Hotel.

  • 40 minutes from Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports
  • 15 minutes off M74

 

Kids holidays 004We hold all the relevant insurance, local authority licences, British Horse Society Approval,  and have fully qualified instructors.

The entire staff is disclosure-checked and hold Child Protection Certificates.

The accommodation blocks are fully protected by fire and safety systems, and are fully compliant and maintained.  Catering Staff are all qualified and certificated.

The Centre can provide various activities, the main activity being Horse Riding.

We can also provide orienteering, walking, archery and teambuilding.

We can accommodate up to 36 children in four bedded rooms, all bedding provided, and  meals are taken in Chukkis, our kids’ dining room.

Staff are accommodated in delightful ensuite rooms and eat in the Stables Bistro.

The centre staff at Scottish Equestrian Hotel will be delighted to supervise mealtimes and recreation times if required.

 

DSC_0147DAY VISITS

Day visits to the centre are encouraged from all schools, Primary Schools and Secondary Schools

Just phone and give us your requirements and we’ll work it through for you,

SCHOOL RIDING CLUBS

Run your RIDING CLUB from the Centre and get all our backup and expertise from our staff of Scottish Equestrian Hotel. When you run your Riding Club at Scottish Equestrian Hotel, you know that expert help and advice is on hand if you require it. Benefit from the professionalism of our staff. Our staff are so friendly and helpful.

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