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Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm

Hellamaa kula, Muhu Estonia
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#1 of 9 Speciality lodging in Muhu
Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm is located in Hellamaa Village on Muhu Island. In addition to accommodation and horseback riding, the farm also offers many other exciting activities from a ride round Muhumaa in a horse-drawn carriage to a night by the bonfire and sauna. There are ten different riding routes, a study route where you can learn about ancient culture and the old traditions of Estonia.
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Hellamaa küla, Muhu Estonia
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Explore716211 wrote a review Jul 2020
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We came to the farm for a long horse ride in the nature and could not have chosen better! The horses were absolutely adorable, and the route scenic and varied enough to make the ride engaging throughout the four-hour trip. We were led by Siina (not sure if I got this right) who was super pro and friendly. We are experienced riders and have been to many horse riding excursions. This was absolutely one of the very best! We traveled with our dog and were assigned a room in the barn. It was clean but....well...basic. Even if you are ok with a bathroom across the yard, the dark, stuffy and tiny space can feel a bit much. Our vegan diet was well accommodated, but the food seemed slightly overpriced. Overall, this is a wonderful place for horse-lovers and we would love to come back. However, unless they change their dog-policy and offer a room in the main building, we would probably choose to stay somewhere else.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Christoffer F wrote a review Oct 2018
Helsinki, Finland8 contributions5 helpful votes
Very cosy little horse farm (if you can call a farm of 260 horses little...). Don't expect much from the accommodation of food. Both were good and sufficient, yet simple. But the surroundings and the setting is perfect for all types of riders. The Estonian horses that this farm has are probably the nicest horses I've ever met. Extremely friendly, calm, welcoming and curious. And the way this farm keeps their horses seems really nice: outside as a flock, all year long. Exactly the way that's most natural for these creatures.
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Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
elb42cam wrote a review Aug 2018
Phnom Penh, Cambodia3 contributions6 helpful votes
We had a lovely afternoon ride, stayed overnight, and another ride in the morning. The riding staff are great and the owner was very accommodating even when it turned out we had messed up our reservation dates. The only less than ideal part was that we showed up about 10 minutes late for the dinner start time and almost all the food was gone. They had to find some food for us out of the fridge leftovers. So show up on time for dinner! The rooms are very simple... but it's a horse farm, not a luxury hotel, so we knew what we were getting into.
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Brooke M wrote a review Apr 2018
323 contributions23 helpful votes
I went on a 2 hour ride this morning - Katie was my guide and Victor was my horse. I am super luck that I was the only guest riding! We rode through the forest and fields out to the beach - it was so beautiful and peaceful. Katie was very knowledgeable and told me stories about the area and repeatedly checked to make sure I was okay. We did quite a bit of trotting and some cantering/galloping. I thoroughly enjoyed my ride and would highly recommend it! We stayed at the new lodge for 2 nights. The accommodation is very clean, rustic and homey. Sadly my bed is not very comfortable but that happens. The breakfast and dinner were filling but basic home cooked food. We visited at the beginning of April and were the only guests which was a bit strange. There isn’t a whole lot to do on Muhu Island.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
mreinik wrote a review Aug 2017
Vantaa, Finland17 contributions5 helpful votes
Amazing place where horses are treated well. Beautiful landscape, fields, sea, forest and meadows full of flowers and butterflies. Three days riding with nice staff. Owners are proud of their farm. Highly recommended!! Will return next year.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
EstoniaSaare CountyMuhu
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm
Which popular attractions are close to Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm?
Nearby attractions include St Catherine’s Church (3.9 km), Uugu Bluff (6.5 km), and Eemu Windmill (7.6 km).
What food & drink options are available at Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm?
Conveniently located restaurants include Alexander Restaurant at Padaste Manor, Muhu Veinitalu, and Kalakohvik Fish Cafe.
Are pets allowed at Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Tihuse Riding Tourism Farm?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ruins of Maasi Fort-Castle (15.2 km).