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Sue Nevill-Parker
Arrow Equestrian Centre
Weston House Farm

Tel: 01544 388415

Please Note - I much prefer to teach and ride than sit at a computer so I don't check my e-mails "hourly"! However, I always answer e-mails within a few days (maximum) so if you recently sent an e-mail and haven't received a reply, it means that your e-mail didn't arrive or got put into my junk mail. The same applies to my answerphone which I usually respond to within 24 hours (Tel: 01544 388415). In addition, difficult to believe I know, but mobile phones tend not to work in this area so don't even think of texting!
Many Thanks, Sue.


The Arrow Equestrian centre is based at Weston House Farm, HR6 9JE which is approx 1/3 of a mile off the A44, approx 2 miles west of Pembridge and 6 miles east of Kington.

From Kington (the west) on the A44, go past the turnings to Lyonshall on your right; continue down a slight hill and at the bottom of the hill where the road bends sharp left, there are 30MPH signs. Turn right to Weston, Barewood and Broxwood off these bends.

From Hereford (the south), take the A4110 through Canon Pyon. Stay on this road until you come to a cross roads where you meet the A44/A4112 Leominster - Brecon road. Turn left at this cross roads onto the A44/A4112. After a short distance turn right at the next cross roads. It is signed the A44 which you follow through Pembridge (see directions from Leominster).

From Leominster, (the east) take the A44 towards Rhayader. It is clearly signed although it follows the A4110 Brecon road for a few miles and you need to look out for the second cross roads with a filter to the right and large bollards in the road where the A44 turns right off the Brecon road. Continue on the A44 through Pembridge and approx 1 1/2 miles from Pembridge, you will see a sign for "Z" bends and 30MPH sign. Turn left off these bends, sign posted Weston, Barewood and Broxwood.

Follow the lane for approx 1/3 of a mile. Go past the first farm (Weston Court) and some barn conversions, past my house on the right (Curlew Cottage) and Weston House Farm is just around the corner with wide entrances on both sides of the road. The indoor school is on the left and the farm and stables are on the right. There is ample parking off the road by the indoor school and in the main yard on your right through the double gates.

Onsite Accommodation

On-site self catering accommodation is available in four self contained units, each with kitchen, living space bedroom and bathroom. They allow individuals and small groups to enjoy an equestrian mini break away from the stresses of work and home so that the can indulge their passion for all things horsey.

The library provides an area where you can browse through the large number of books, DVDs and videos or just chat, make a cup of tea or share a meal or a glass of wine with friends. And after a hard days riding, where better to relax than in the spa listening to your favourite music and letting the heat of the sauna or the bubbles of the hot tub soothe away any aches and pains.

There is ample hard parking and stabling for visiting clients and their horses.

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Pubs and Restaurants

Please note that although there are many good places to eat locally, most of them get very busy on weekends so early booking is advisable. Some do not do meals on Sunday and/or Monday evenings so please check.

The King's House, Pembridge Tel: 01544 388 029

Our favourite "local" restaurant offering an extensive menu including a good vegetarian selection. Booking at week ends recommended.

The New Inn, Pembridge Tel: 01544 388 427

Historic old fashioned inn serving good home cooked food at a very reasonable price. Very much a "local" pub so can be crowded.

Other Information

Take-Aways (not delivered) are available from Kington (6mi) and Leominster (9mi)and both towns have supermarkets etc... Pembridge, (2mi), has a shop selling local produce, 2 Cafe’s, a gallery and a Hairdressing and Beauty salon (which also offers excellent massages). If meat is your thing, visit Townsends Farm - everything is local and tastes completely different from anything you can buy in supermarkets. Shobdon, (4mi) has a larger shop selling general goods, magazines and newspapers and has a Post Office. The local tack shop - The Horse Boutique, North Road, Kingsland - is also worth a visit and is only 15 minutes from Weston. Please mention Arrow Equestrian and ask Michael to give you a discount.