- Coffee, sandwiches and scones for two or four
- Option to include pony ride for one child aged 3-12
- Staffordshire equestrian centre with cafe and camping
Muddy boots and dogs are welcome in the cabin overlooking the arena as a rustic afternoon tea of coffee, sandwiches and scones is served in the equestrian centre's cafe from Tuesday to Sunday between 12pm and 5pm. Two or four visitors can relax and enjoy the view, while a child aged 3-12 has fun with a pony ride.
Choose from the following options
£9 for afternoon tea for two
£15 for afternoon tea for two with child's pony ride
£18 for afternoon tea for four
£24 for afternoon tea for four with child's pony ride
Beaver Hall Equestrian Centre's school of ponies is ideally suited to young learners because of their small size and temperament. The centre also offers lessons for adults and a host of horsey-related activities, from stable management to 'own a pony day'. The rural Staffordshire setting is used for camping as well as riding and welcomes the use of both tents and caravans as well as its own glamping facilities. Hungry horses can find plenty to chomp on in the onsite cafe which serves homemade food and hot and cold drinks.