|1 hour horseback riding:||€ 25
|2 hours trek:||€ 50
|Day ride (5 hour trek + sandwiches):||€ 115|
|Day ride (5 hour trek + full picnic):||€ 125|
|Day ride (5 hour trek + barbecue):||€ 135|
|Abbonamento di 10 ore (adults):||€ 225
|Abbonamento di 10 ore (children):||€ 180|
|Lunch or Dinner:||€ 18 – € 25|
We provide three courses with a fixed menu, plenty of Chianti wine and coffee when desired. Vegetarians or people with special requirements are welcome but we need due warning.
|Single room with bathroom:||€ 50|
|Double room with bathroom:||€ 80 *|
|Triple room with bathroom:||€ 100|
|Reduction for children|
|up to 3 years||FREE|
|4 to 11 years||50%|
|11 to 17 years||20%|
The price includes an abundant breakfast. Sheets and towels are provided and changed on request.
* (€90 for one night only).
DATES FOR RIDING HOLIDAYS 2021
Offered to 2-6 experienced riders, English saddle. No supplement for singles
Riding and Fresco-hunting: 17-24 Aprile (Sat – Sat)
Discover Tuscany Classic: 24 April – 1 May (Sat-Sat)
Riding and dining Tuscan: 5-12 May (Wed – Wed)
Discover Tuscany Classic: 22-29 May (Sat – Sat)
Riding and Dining Tuscan: 2-9 June (Wed – Wed)
Discover Tuscany Classic: 18-25 September (Sat- Sat)
Riding and Dining Tuscan: 6-13 October (Wed – Wed)
Discover Tuscany Classic: 9-16 October (Sat – Sat)
Riding and Fresco-hunting 16-23 October (Sat – Sat)
Anyone wanting a shorter holiday can do ‘A Taste of Tuscany’,the first four days of the Discover Tuscany Classic programme (Sat-Wed) or the first four days of the Riding and Dining Tuscan programme, (Wed – Sun).
All partecipants are asked to take out insurance that covers all aspects of their riding holiday.
If Covid 19 is still with us we must follow the rules of mask-wearing (but not during meals and when riding!) and social distancing and bring a signed certificate that states that currently they do not have the virus nor have been in contact with anyone who has. Those booking a ride must pay the usual deposit, but we assure you that it will be returned in full if the virus makes it impossible due to new unforeseeable regulations for riders to travel or for Rendola Riding to run the programmes.
If we can’t operate in 2021, let’s hope we can in 2022! Stay safe!
WHAT TO BRING
For riders essential items are: helmet, riding-trousers (jeans are not always comfortable), riding boots or walking shoes + half-chaps (easier to pack), full-length raincoat (yes, it can rain in Italy, too!), and gloves if you are used to wearing them. Otherwise dress according to the season. Remember that you don’t have to bring out your finery at Rendola! There is a washing-machine and an iron if you need them.
Other useful items: suncream, lipsalve, personal medicines, small camera with strap you can put round your neck, gilet with pockets or bumbag. Remember that there are plenty of good books at Rendola and that there is free WIFI. All guests are advised not to bring too much luggage: bulky suitcases hamper you on your travels (there are steps everywhere!). Reserve some space, however, for anything you might want to buy during your stay. Buy your shampoos and suchlike when you get to Italy to avoid having to show them at the airport.
Although Rendola Riding is insured, Italian insurance companies are slow to act and notoriously reluctant to pay out, so we require you to get out a personal holiday insurance to cover your holiday. If you should fall ill while at Rendola you can be visited by our excellent local doctor and, if necessary, receive treatment at the E.R of our local hospital.