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Here at Sykes Cottages, we believe that family holidays should be just that, for all the family. With over 80 self-catering cottages in the UK and Ireland with stabling for your horse, there’s been no better time to say goodbye to leaving your horse behind whilst you go on holiday.

Imagine waking up to breath-taking views, the sun shining through your window, a break from the stresses of home. But, instead of worrying about how your horse is getting on without you (because we’re all guilty of this) you can saddle up and canter across the beach with the sea splashing underneath you, or take an adventure through some new and exciting countryside.

Whether you’ve been on holiday with your horse before, or you’re toying with the idea. We have pulled together some of the benefits of taking your equine extended family away with you with Sykes Cottages.

Brand new adventures:

Blow away the cobwebs and break out of your usual hacking out routine, saddle up and take yourself and your horse on an exciting adventure somewhere completely new!

The UK is home to hundreds of bridleways, and with over 80 properties that provide stabling for your horse across the UK there hasn’t been a better time to explore as many of these as you can.

No one gets left behind:

“A dog may be man’s best friend…but the horse wrote history.” (Author unknown)

Most people are now familiar with taking your dog on holiday with you; however it doesn’t have to end there. Here at Sykes Cottages, we understand how your horses are just as integral to the family as the two legged variety, which is why we have over 80, personally inspected properties which will allow you to do so.

To book your horse friendly holiday – visit


Or, call 01244 746351 and one of our friendly reservationists will be more than happy to help.

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