Sark Carriages based at Le Grand Fort Farm is the Islands longest established horse and carriage service offering regular horse and carriage tours around the Island of Sark. We can cater for groups or individuals, tours adapted to visitors requirements, taxis to and from Hotels or Island beauty spots, sunset and moonlight drives, candle light night carriages, trips or tours to Little Sark, christenings and weddings, special occasions, carriage driving tuition and film work.

Sark carriages has an impressive variety of horse drawn wagonettes, victorias, ten seater vans and breaking carts all properly maintained and spotlessly clean which will convey individuals or groups around the Island or to and from your required venue.

Customer Testimonial

“Wonderful way to watch the world at a gentler pace”

We booked a shared wagon tour online the day before our trip. It was fantastic value and I would highly recommend the service provided by Sark Carriages. Aaron was our very informative driver and Alfie our horse. We learned a lot about Sark and its people and really enjoyed this beautiful and tranquil island. The tour gave us chance to get our bearings and choose a couple of places for a later walk. Definitely a must do Visited April 2017

“Lovely Tour”

We had an 1 1/2 tour with Simon as our guide. It was a very relaxing and unique way to see the Northern part of the island. Simon was very friendly and full of stories. Would recommend Sark Carriages for all. “Wonderful experience ” We had a great trip with Chico the horse and Simon our carriage driver. Simon ask us before our trip started where we would like to go, he explained our options,our trip took around 2 hours. Simon was very informative about Sark on our trip around island, and was only too pleaded to answer any questions we had. Would highly recommend this way to travel around the island of Sark, and of course would recommend Simon and Chico! A great experience and great day out for all ages! I had watched the BBC programme 'An island Parish Sark' ( which is on BBC i player at the moment) and it lovely to actually experience the island life, even if it was for a few hours.