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Maryculter Carriage Driving Centre

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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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About Maryculter Carriage Driving Centre
Maryculter Carriage Driving Centre provides horse drawn tours for families or groups at the Centre or longer tours in local forests and estates with experienced horses and ponies. Carriage driving lessons are available for all levels of ability and our 'Taster' lesson is suitable for those new to the sport. Disabled visitors are especially welcome and the carriages are adapted for wheelchair use.
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Maryculter Carriage Driving Centre
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TrevorStirton wrote a review Sep 2021
Aberdeen, United Kingdom12 contributions5 helpful votes
We secretly booked a horse and carriage for our daughters wedding. The service provided was excellent and a wonderful experience thourourly enjoyed by all. Can't thank Ewan and his team enough. Would recommend to anyone thinking about having a horse and carriage for a wedding or other special event
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Date of experience: September 2021
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Jack K wrote a review Jun 2017
North Kingstown, Rhode Island4 contributions
My wife and I are lovers of horses, carriages and farms. The Driving Centre is located on a 120 acre working farm. The owners raise beef cattle, deer for venison and cut hay as well as run the carriage business. They also have an apartment in the house that they rent by the night. We stayed three nights on the farm, took driving instruction with Jane and went out for drive with her husband Ewan and his team of four. We also went to the nearby Maryculter Inn for a couple of meals. Jane and Ewan were great hosts and were very patient about answering our numerous questions. The driving instruction was first rate, and the horses were a joy. They also have a large selection of horse drawn vehicles, a few of which are museum quality. The cost was also very reasonable, especially considering the pound is in the dumps. This is a well run but rustic working farm, not a resort. If you like animals and tractors and hay fields, like we do, this is the place for you. If you want room service and a spa, look elsewhere.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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