Oliver’s Travels, a UK based travel company, is branching out from their typical offerings of Mediterranean and Caribbean vacations and have pledged, “to build a portfolio of top-spec UK properties with stable accommodation,” reports The Telegraph. What this really means is that they’re catering to a very select clientele, a clientele that want to take their horses on vacation.
Considering that Brits spend, according to The Telegraph, an average of £2.8 billion ($4 billion) collectively on their long-faced friends each year, it stands to reason that perhaps they wish to give their pets a chance to relax.
Oliver’s Travels currently have four horse-friendly (and very people-friendly) accommodations on their books:
Waterside House, in Tunbridge Wells in Sussex is just a stones throw away from London. It sleeps 16 humans and two horses. Prices start at £7,000 ($10,000) a week.
Kingshearth Manor, on the Isle of Wight (a small island off the South coast of England), sleeps 16 and prices range from £1,602 ($2,200) to £5,456 ($7,800) a week. The Manor has stables and paddocks along with 15 acres of grounds.
Devon Manor House is on the north Devon coast and dates back to 1665. The home sleeps 35 across the main house and its north wing, with room for animals in its stables. It’ll set you back anywhere between £6,230 ($9,000) and £11,759 ($17,000) a week.
And finally, the Highton Manor Estate in Leicestershire sleeps an impressive 51 and has an entire “equestrian facility.” The gargantuan home costs £18,000 ($26,000) a week.