Cyclists Welcome does exactly what it says on the tin. Located in a place where you have access to cycling routes and other jolly places to ride, these accommodations have been selected because they actively support your cycling requirements.
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From £225, based on 2 people staying for three nights
£150 per room for single night, £145 per night for stays 2-6 nights, £140...
From £223 for 2 nights in low season to £814 for 7 nights in high season
Sea view Double £93, Double £80, Twin £80, 3 person Family £108, 4 person...
Jul/Aug; Large Cottages (6) €799, Small Cottages (4) €699; Rest of year:...
From £42 including full Welsh cooked breakfast. Full board with home...
From £450 to £1575 per week (depending on time of year and number of...
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Weekend / midweek £210 - £525; full week £350 - £1,395
7 days low season £315 for 2 people, £597 for 8 people. High season £739 for 2 people, £2296 for 8 people
Beds from £18.50 per night.
Weekly rates - High (July and August) 950 euros. Standard (rest of the year) 820 euros
Cottage sleeping 2: £280-£445; Cottage sleeping 6 £385-£675
£50 for single occupancy mid-week low season per room - £160 for double occupancy in four poster at weekends
B&B £60 per room per night, single occupancy £35, £55 for stays of 3 nights or more; self-catering per night ranges from £45 Nov-Feb, £50 Mar-Oct except July and August £60 (2010 prices)
Full weeks from £495 to £995
£40 to £48
From £599 for low season short break From £1039 for mid season short break From£1909 for peak season short break Prices for Residence 3 Bed in 2016
Low Season from €140 per room per night. High Season from €190 per room per night. Both rates bed & breakfast.
Per night for 2 adults sharing doubles £150 - £175, suites £200 - £225. lodges £250 - £275
The eco barns each sleep a maximum of 4-7 people, and cost between £365 and £1365 per week. Short breaks for up to 4 nights stay are also available, costing from £300.
From £282 - £399 depending on season for 7 nights. Short breaks available from £230
Cottage costs from £400 per week, Farmhouse costs £650 per week
Self catering: £200 - £850 per week [small party discounts]. B&B £32.50 pppn [two sharing]
Low season £360 per week, Mid season £520 p week, Peak season £640 p week
Hayloft & Woolpack: £250 short break, Wagoner's & Miller's: £550 short break (all year)
Twin/doubles from £95, Suite £110
£30-£36 per night for bed and breakfast; £86 per night for b&b and horse riding; Horse b&b is from £60 per night.
Yurts Low -High Season: 2 Days £200-240, 3 days £240-300, 4 Days £280-360, 7 days £400-520. Tipis Med-High Season: 2 Days £180-240, 3 Days £240-300, 4 Days £240-280, 7 Days £385-455
3 nights in peak season £312, low season 4 nights £252
Sea view Double £93, Double £80, Twin £80, 3 person Family £108, 4 person family £123, Single £55
From £75 per night, based on 2 people sharing
From £225, based on 2 people staying for three nights
£1070 peak week, £975 high season week, £835 mid season week, £690 low season week. £595 3 night short break, £645 4 nights
Bryniau Pell wknd £210 extra night £102 wk £420 Nyth y Wennol wknd £230 extra night £115 wk £445
£85-£99 per double room to include full breakfast
From £40 per night for a couple sharing, up to 30% discount on a two night stay at a weekend
From £459, based on up to 6 people sharing for a week
£270-£570 per week. Out of main holiday season short breaks from £150
From 700€ per week including 3 vegetarian meals a day, morning and afternoon yoga classes, and a massage or acupuncture treatment.
Weekend £275, Midweek £295, Week £525 based on 2 sharing. Extra guests £25 per stay
Ty Fferm Hen August based on 2 sharing- 7 days £29ea per night. Peacock Cottage August 7 days / 6 people £14ea per night.
: Cottages for 4, prices £440-£1845, cottages for 12 £1180-£3800 and everything in between.
Cottages per night is 80 euro. 350euro per week and 150 euro for weekend. Bun houses 18 euro per person per night . Private Room 25 euro per person per night. Large Groups 25 and over 20 euro per person for the entire hostel. Children under 4 free children 4 - 12 half price.
£39.31 to £75.98 per night (plus standing charge of £70.98 to £103.75 per booking). Minimum 2-night stay.
92 € guestroom, 119 € guestroom, 125 € guestroom per night incl breakfast, 660 € selfcatering apartment per week
Farmhouse sleeps 14: Weekly from £836 - £1958. Barn sleeps 10: Weekly from £752 - £1746, Weekends & Short breaks calculated at 80% of weekly price
Short breaks: 2 nights £800, 3 nights £935, 4 nights £1,030. Weeks: low season £1,200, high season £1,600
Weekly prices Friday changeover £395-£775. Low season 3 night weekend/4 night midweek £255-£295.
Week rental £320-£480 per week (high/low season) inclusive bedlinen, towels, utiltiies, Wi-FI and parking. Shorter breaks always available
Gite from £350 per week, main house from £1100. 2 nights minimum
£80.00 - £120.00 based on room type & facilities
room overlooking the village €115
£130-£185 per room
Self-catering from €500 a week; residential weekends from €295 per person sharing
Latest reviewed accommodation
"If you are looking for top of the range, spacious and spotless modern luxury in a beautiful location then this is a great place to aim for. Ideal for a group of families who want to holiday together in separate lodges, or a large family group."
Reviewed by: Lucy Symons
"Full of energy and utterly dynamic, Steve and Dawn are understated yet inspirational. In addition to making delicious jam, not only is Dawn a consummate hostess, she's interesting, too. You couldn't help but learn something new, chatting to her. This is a place where, even on a day replete with Welsh sunshine you won’t be able to help but smile at the family of otters who play in the brook."
Reviewed by: Lucy Symons
"On a minor residential road that soon turns into a steep country lane in the village of Llowes, this new-build house has sleek interiors and looks beyond the neighbours to the Black Mountains, perfect for design-conscious couples with big wardrobes, especially if you like the idea of getting into a Twizy."
Reviewed by: Paul Miles
"Sue and Paddy fled the rat race in search of a different pace of life and they have found it here. “It’s so beautiful”, says Sue “No matter how tense you are you always feel relaxed here.” It’s the combination of Sue’s attention to detail and Paddy’s Irish charm that really make this place: a peaceful, convenient stop off where you’re guaranteed to be very well looked after."
Reviewed by: Florence Fortnam
These nine self catering cottages have been converted from traditional farm buildings into comfortable accommodation for between 2-8 people. Lovely original features, such as exposed beams and oak studs, have been combined with brand new luxury bathrooms and modern kitchen and living room spaces with all the mod cons including flat screen TV’s, DVD players and iPod docks. Many of the cottages also have a private patio or terrace, and the one-bed romantic cottage has its own private hot tub. The farm is set in 22 acres of rolling countryside and makes a great base for exploring the area on foot or by bike. The owners have also received a gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme for their ecological efforts, and it shows in the smallest of details, such as using energy efficient lighting, and providing fair trade tea and coffee for their guests.
The nearest railway station is Colchester. From there, take the 84 bus to Nayland.Cyclists can use Routes 1 or 13 on the National Cycle Network to access the area.
Little Shuttlesfield Farm
Tucked away down narrow lanes in the southern Elham Valley, Little Shuttlesfield is a well-converted farm barn on a charming smallholding where Jacob sheep and chickens are raised. With numerous footpaths nearby and with the Sustrans 17 cycle route running past the door, it’s a haven for walkers and cyclists. In summer outdoor facilities are wonderful: there’s a south-facing patio with dining table, a heated swimming pool and you can even lodge a horse in the stables here. Dogs and other animals are also welcome, after prior discussion. Rooms: two bedrooms sleeping four in total Prices: from £380 (to £595 high season) per week
Heath Farm Holiday Cottages
Heath Farm has solar panels, a wood pellet boiler, cut flowers and greenery from the grounds for the cottages to minimise buying foreign flowers, a local patisserie business on the premises provides handmade chocolates and local Banbury cakes for the guests' welcome, have a new, safe bike shed, a place to wash bikes and a place to dry wet/dirty clothes and boots and they have 70 acres of grounds for guests to wander. Part of The Green Tourism initiative awarded a 'silver' in Green Tourism. They began a conservation project and focus on supporting diversity for wildlife habitats by planting shrubs and low growing trees around the plantation margins as this is where most animals like to live. The old farm buildings were renovated using local stone (some from the premises and the rest from local quarry and villages). 5 cottages available from £381 per week.
Tudor Caravan Park
Tudor Caravan Park prides itself on being one of the best located caravan & campsites in Gloucestershire. A quiet country caravan site right alongside the Gloucester-Sharpness canal, an easy 5 minute walk from the world famous Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Centre at Slimbridge. More pertinently, there is an adult only area, and a shower block now open in the Meadow features large showers cubicles, private washing cubicles, combined shower, basin & WC cubicles, baby-changing, full disabled facilities including shower room, indoor washing-up area, & laundry. All this has underfloor heating for the delicate. Voted Cotswolds Caravan Park Of The Year 2014 and awarded a Gold gong - so well done them! From £8 a night
Secret Cloud House Holidays
Luxurious yet sustainable yurt holidays in the beautiful Derbyshire Dales. There are only three yurts on site so peace and quiet is guaranteed. Inside find handmade wooden beds, featherdown bedding, a local breakfast hamper on arrival, fluffy towels... Every aspect has been carefully thought through to minimise the environmental impact of the business - showers are solar-powered, as are the lights; there's even a wood-fired hot tub! If you can tear yourself away, you're spoilt for choice with things to do in the area, from hiking and biking, to visiting local historic towns or relaxing in a spa.
Broadway Manor Cottages
Four award winning Cotswold holiday cottages and an apartment, run by Ross and Debbie Williamson of Broadway Manor Cottages, are located in the grounds of a Cotswold manor house, which dates back to the 16th century in the picturesque village of Broadway in the Cotswolds AONB. Located on The Cotswold Way National Trail at West End, the cottages are just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the village with its independent restaurants, traditional pubs, art and antique galleries and boutique shops. The cottages have a 4 star VisitBritain grading, GTBS Gold award and were awarded Gold in the 2015 and 2014 Cotswolds Tourism Awards for Sustainable Tourism. Walkers Welcome and Cyclists Welcome accreditation.
Gwel an Mor
Beach side, self catering Cornish holidays in an amazing clutch of eco lodges and A-frame lodges set in woodland. There is a fabulous spa with indoor pool and treatments on site, a full service restaurant (which delivers take out to your lodge), tennis court and a wildlife sanctuary, badger and bird hide. Mini-golf and (soon) 18 holes of golf. Like a five star hotel, but without the five star price. Delightful staff and passionate conservationists in the wildlife centre.
Train to Redruth station from Paddington and transfer to the local bus (line 46 or 47) to Portreath, Forth Vean
Rubbing shoulders with the RBPB Ynyshir reserve is the Georgian Plas Mawr B&B, with a cheerful cherry-red front door and window boxes spilling flowers in summer. The three rooms are individually furnished; one double has views overlooking the reserve. The B&B is geared up for walkers and cyclists, with drying facilities for wet gear; even canoeists are catered for with a lockable storage available for canoes and paddles. The full Welsh breakfast includes local sausages and bacon and home-grown veggies, and they have an environmental policy on their website which gives details of their green endeavours. From £80 per night for two. >> Special offer! Plas Mawr are offering a 10% discount off the price of all stays until the end of August 2015 when they close their doors for the last time.
Fishermen's Retreat is one of four artisan cottages which border the banks of the Midford Brook. Originally built for the Somerset Canal workers in the late 1800s, it is in the secluded location in the tiny hamlet of Tucking Mill in the Midford Valley and makes it the ideal place to relax and unwind, but it is less than 15 minutes' drive from Bath city centre. This high quality self-catering accommodation has been awarded a 4 star rating by Visit England, and has also been recognised with awards for welcoming cyclists and walkers with secure cycle storage and facilities for drying clothes. There are many delightful countryside walks and cycle routes on your doorstep, including Sustrans Route 24 which goes through the newly opened Two Tunnels providing direct access to Bath. If you have a fly fishing rod and a river licence you are welcome to fish in the Midford Brook at the bottom of the garden or go for a Hawk Walk with Jay, the falconer next door. Cottage from £196 per night.
By train Fishermen’s Retreat is located 2.9 miles from Bath Train/BusStation. Taxi fare approx. £12.
Recharge your batteries at Beechenhill Farm, an organic dairy farm in the heart of the Peak District. Two comfortable B&B rooms (one double, one family room) are simply decorated with wonderful views over the lovely garden and grazing sheep beyond. Breakfast, of course, is organic - feast on homemade yoghurt, bread and jam. Sue and Terry are devoted to protecting the environment and are proud of their 'eco-ventures' - you can even hold your eco-wedding here. There's a farm trail to explore, Swedish hot tub to soak in and an art studio. Discover the local area on one of their electric bikes. There are cottages to rent if you prefer to self-cater.
Reviewed by Rhiannon Batten:
"As with her paintings, Sue has the B&B business down to a fine art. For a relaxing weekend in a family-run, farmhouse setting, with access to glorious National Park scenery literally on the doorstep, Beechenhill is hard to beat. Not least because the welcome here is so heartfelt."
>> Read Rhiannon's full review of Beechenhill Farm