New Serenne Stable is home to several NPCs and quest lines for you to explore in Tears of the Kingdom. Whether you’re uncovering the mysteries of Princess Zelda’s whereabouts or just want to chitchat with the locals, it’s worth visiting here to learn bits and pieces about Hyrule. As a bonus, you can find a nearby shrine to gain some Lights of Blessing for more health and stamina! If you want to learn more, continue reading to find out where New Serenne Stable is in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
New Serenne Stable Location in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TOTK)
You can find New Serenne Stable in North Hyrule Plain, just southeast of Sinakawak Shrine. The coordinates for New Serenne Stable are (-1345, 0739, 0085).
If you already have the Sinakawak shrine unlocked, visiting New Serenne Stable is as easy as teleporting to it and running down the road until you see the building. Otherwise, the closest shrine is Ishodag Shrine in Quarry Ruins, just east of Carok Bridge. Alternatively, if you want to start from somewhere like Lookout Landing, you’ll have to travel northwest across the bridge and along the main road.
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Be careful when you cross Carok Bridge, though! Right in the center is a sleeping monster known as Hinox, who’ll wake up and attack you if you run past. If you’re not careful, this guy can easily wipe out your hearts, so you can either run away or fight Hinox head-on. Personally, I just ran past it and worried about it later.
What Can You Find at TOTK’s New Serenne Stable?
Once you arrive at New Serenne Stable, you’ll find various characters and horses, including Sprinn, the stable owner. You can even sign up for a Stable Association membership to register horses and use the building as an inn to wake up energized! You’ll also get a Pony Point when you visit for the first time!
If you have started the Potential Princess Sightings quest line, you’ll find Penn standing near the New Serenne Stable entrance, commenting on Princess Zelda controlling scary beasts. Following this conversation, you’ll begin the “The Beast and the Princess” side adventure!
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available to play on Nintendo Switch. To learn more about the game, check out all Side Adventures and their locations in Tears of the Kingdom or click the tag below to browse our complete TOTK content list!