A historically significant 18th-century country residence

Shardeloes is a large 18th-century country house located one mile west of Amersham. A previous manor house on the site was demolished and the present building was constructed between 1758 and 1766 for William Drake, Sr., the Member of Parliament for Amersham. Shardeloes is a Grade I listed building.

The Equestrian Centre & Livery Yard at Shardeloes is a household name. Boasting over 500 acres of land space in the scenic Old Amersham town and complimented with unique views, this farm is indeed a place to visit.

For the past 19 years, Shardeloes Farm has been at its best in providing outstanding services to clients of all disciplines and standards.

Here, they have a superb selection of well-trained horses and ponies, prepared and willing to take you on an amazing ride to whatever destination you have in mind.

Aside from the riding school and off-road hacking service, The Equestrian Centre also provides a wide range of class facilities and packages for their valued liveries. This place is indeed a perfect choice regardless of your aims.

If you are a horse lover, do not miss out on the fun this centre has to offer.

Email: reception@shardeloesfarm.com

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AddressCherry Lane, Amersham HP7 0QFTelephone01494 433333