31 England Cycling holiday reviews4 star overall rating

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West Devon accommodation, B&B on organic farm
The highlights were the warm welcome, wonderful cream tea on arrival. Very child friendly - Rose went out of her way to find books and puzzles for the children to play with. (more)Andrea Wilkes
Yorkshire self catering accommodation sleeping 4, England
Fantastic. Lovely cottage, very well stocked and furnished. Very friendly and helpful owner. The cottage is spacious and in bad weather you can sit and gaze into the garden and listen to the birds. (more)Helena Poldervaart
Coast to coast self guided cycling holiday in England
Hmmm, so many good bits. Seeing such diverse parts of the country with such different landscapes - all within 140 miles; having the route to ourselves most of the time; meeting the challenge of a three-day cycle with quite a lot of big hills; meeting lovely people; great B&Bs etc. (more)Biddy Walcot
Coast to coast cycling holiday in England
A very well run & organized 'supported' cycling holiday. We were taken from A to B, pointed in the right direction, fed and watered and put to bed at night. Also lots of encouragement thrown in when we needed that extra boost. (more)Ingrid Struik
Mountain biking holidays in England
It was great to see the fantastic scenery and villages of the South West and this was just the mountain biking challenge I was looking for, both in terms of technical skill and fitness. (more)Helena Posnett
Cycling holidays in England
Just a lovely relaxing time - bike routes well marked, flora & fauna interesting, pubs perfectly placed for provisions....Really good. Off peak, so avoided crowds. B&B accomodation was lovely - spacious, hospitable & accomodationg. (more)Madeleine Baines
Peak District self catering log cabins, England
Most memorable was how perfect the accommodation was. Clean, warm, cheery, brilliantly laid out for wheelchair users. The whirlpool bath was fab, especially when using the eco friendly toiletries supplied. Scenery wonderful, something for everyone to enjoy. (more)Naomi Dunn
Northumberland farmstay holiday, England
Our stay was wonderful. Nothing was too much trouble for the owners, David and Jackie. From the welcoming tea and biscuits on arrival, to our departure, all was everything you could possibly wish for. (more)Peter Carney
Herefordshire self catering accommodation
The accommodation was superb with great views and lovely countryside right on your doorstep to explore. (more)Kirstin Goodwin
Ambleside bed and breakfast in the Lake District, England
The extremely comfortable bed, great plumbing in bathroom ... and delicious, generous breakfast, cooked to perfection were the most memorable parts (more)Ana Sanchez-Martin
Isle of Wight luxury bed and breakfast
Look out for the red squirrel in the tree outside your bedroom. (more)Andrew and Lucy Warren
Self catering accommodation for 2 or 3 people, Peak District
The location itself was very quiet and peaceful, but only a short journey to the facilities of the nearest town. It was amusing to be greeted by the free range chickens each time we went out. (more)Yvonne Alton
Surrey Hills B&B accommodation, England
Very pleasant. A really lovely farm with superb accommadation that included a private sitting room & wood burning stove with excellent TV. A great breakfast, especially the dark red berries-like eating several summer puddings. Will return in the Spring/Summer as time permits. (more)John Pollard
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