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Family run 12 bedroomed Hotel & Restaurant. Ideal for cyclists. With a warm welcome, atmosphere and good food we aim to please all our guests. Secure indoor storage for bikes and laundry service available.
Specialist wheelbuilder and City and Guilds certified bike repair business run by an experienced touring cyclist. Good range of basic spares in stock and even happy to come out to you if you’re stuck close to Sedbergh!
Small family-run Guest House 1.5 miles from Land's End on the main A30. Lockable storage for bikes available. Prices from £35.00 B&B [September 2010]
Gorgeous B&B with 2 rooms, one a superking sized double with ensuite with bath and separate shower, the other a standard double with private bathroom with large walk in shower. Private guest sitting room with log fire. Secure indoor dry bike storage.
4* self-catering 50-bed hostel beside the A82, 23 miles north of Fort William. Secure bike storage, drying room, laundry, free internet access, hostel store and cosy rooms.
The White Hart Hotel is a small, comfortable hotel in the centre of St Austell, Cornwall, a bustling town two miles from Cornwall's south coast. We have 17 en-suite rooms, all with modern comforts.
Local Shop. Hot & cold drinks availale plus bacon rolls and sandwiches. Also provide weather and route info for all cyclists - and a garage to carry out and self repairs. Free WiFi and Internet access.
As this is the main cycling route from Land's End to John O'Groats (or vice versa!), it is very handy to drop off for the night. We can offer preferential rates [October 2010] of £25 to £30 per night per person,(£30 for sole occupancy in our double rooms) inclusive of full English Breakfast. Evening meal can also be organised if required.
A quiet B&B just off the A388, ensuite rooms, farm shed to put bikes in, home cooked breakfast, clothes can be dried in case of wet weather. A very warm welcome
Dumfries and Galloway has a very special place in the history of cycling as the home of Kirkpatrick Macmillan, the inventor of the bicycle.
Cyclists tackling the momentus Land's End to John O'Groats route can stopover in the Glenkens at Brookford B&B, offering a much needed resting place for anyone undertaking the challenge.