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Gwladys & Jeremy

Gwladys is a professional teacher, horse "whisperer" and a long distance rider with more than 8000km on her own through Central America, North Africa and Europe. She loves adventure and if you like scuba diving and Mexico, you definitly have many things in common with her !
Jeremy is an international horse photographer. He can spend hours observing horses and nature. Since 2014, Jeremy travels to promote the diversity of horse breeds worldwide. For him, cooking good food is one of the most important thing in life... though he can hardly say no to a piece of sugar.
At the end of 2017, we finally fell in love with the delightful Vallée du Célé and decided to establish our activities there. We feel very lucky to be able to raise our little daughter in this calm and healthy environment.

Our Mission

After several years working on the roads, we wanted to gather in one place all what looked important to us in life : a peaceful and eye catching surrounding, good and healthy local food, a nice cultural environment and, of course, horses.
In this restless world, we all need a time to take a step back and focus on ourselves, our passions and our lifestyle. We aim at giving all horse lovers the opportunity to do just that. Safely, in a calm, friendly and joyful atmosphere.

Meet the Horses

All our horses live outside, all year long, and have access to a mix of prairie and woods type of land. Here are some of our dear companions !

The Farm

Nested at the heart of the Natural park of "Les Causses du Quercy", our farm is built with traditional stone walls from late 19th/early 20th century. We are surrounded by 50 hectares of this typical land that gave its name to the natural park : les causses.
In order to welcome you in the best conditions for your next holidays, we just refurbished the house for a comfortable stay : shared double room, dining and living room with free access and a large swimming pool to relax after your rides !
The village of Corn is situated down the valley on the GR651 trail. It is a small but very charming village on the riverside with a restaurant and a Salon de thé. A walking path with beautiful sceneries has recently been opened between the farm and the village.

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