Explore our venue
Red Horse is situated in beautiful, tranquil and secluded surroundings. Tucked away on a hillside, encircled by woodland it is not uncommon to see wild deer in our fields and buzzards flying overhead. We are a stone’s throw from the A419 road, between Stroud and Cirencester and only a few minutes from the M5.
As soon as you arrive at Red Horse, you are enveloped by the incredible setting, with rolling hills and a charming set of wooden buildings. You are surrounded by wonderful views and a sense of being up close to the local wildlife.
It's a very special place, with a naturally calming energy, that supports our clients transition into a slower pace, ready to embrace their healing journey with the Red Horse team and their herd.
"From the moment I arrived and proceeded along the gravel path -buttercup fields to my left and right - horses all around and the wonderful smell of a log fire, I knew I was in a very special place. I felt I had found my second home, peace and the right help"
Sessions may start in our cosy yurt, complete with wood burning stove, or a space with or near the herd.
Before each session begins, the Red Horse Team help to ground clients in the moment, taking stock of their feelings and emotions while taking in the environment.
Join us for our next Open Day to explore our space for future healing or learn about how you can support us.
Are you looking for an alternative location for your team away-day, a new venue for a workshop or a consulting room with a difference? We can help.
Our charming yurt, complete with wood burning stove and floor chairs comfortably accommodates 12 people, whilst our small consulting room is ideal for a therapist looking to treat their client in natural surroundings.
If you need additional break-out space or somewhere to serve tea, coffee and lunch, our reception area can be adapted so your guests can relax and take in the view across our arena to the neighbouring valley. Should you wish to take a walk-in nature whilst here we can show you various trails across our land. And if you’d like to involve horses in your event – you only have to ask.