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The Buildings Equestrian Centre

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Address: Tullahinell | Ballylongford, Ireland
Phone Number: 086 8247725
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Description: We are a small family run Equestrian Business, set in unique settings of...
We are a small family run Equestrian Business, set in unique settings of an old Estate dating back to the 1840s. We provide horse riding lessons from 4 years upwards from beginners to advance. Treks to local beach and through the local countryside. Family friendly atmosphere, with qualified staff to help.
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