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Portreath Bed and Breakfast is situated on the main road through Portreath on the scenic north coast of Cornwall. If your End-to-End is for the scenery then we are for you, ideally situated to be the last leg of your trip before the final push to Land's End.
A hot drink and cake will be waiting for you, together with a secure garage to store your bikes overnight we are the place for you.
A full English breakfast will set you on your way the next morning.
Cycle Cafe surrounded by history, we have lots of historic cycle jerseys and memorabilia as well as offering tasty hot and cold food.
Exciting salads, paninis, all-day breakfasts, soups, freshly made sandwiches, crisps, cream teas, ice cold drinks, fresh smoothies and freshly ground Lavazza coffee.
We also sell local Callestick Farm Cornish Ice Cream and much, much more.
We specialise in helping End to End cyclists and can create custom packages to help you get from start to finish, including bikes, nutrition, training advice and a full range of repairs and accesories.
Exclusive discount available for all charity cyclists.
Lovely 15th century house in a quiet country lane 1 mile from the A49 Leominster to Ludlow road and a little further from the B4361. Outlooks over beautiful Herefordshire countryside. 1 twin, 1 double, 3 singles from £40 per person per night. Start your day with a good breakfast - free range eggs, local bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, local pork sausages and home-made bread.
Family run hostel and B&B just 1/4 mile from Land's End - geared especially for LEJOG/JOGLE riders.
The hotel is on the A390 at Lostwithiel, in the heart of the Fowey Valley. Modernised and with free WiFi throughout, all rooms have 22″ flat screen televisions
Famously playing host to Wiggo and Team Sky during the 2012 Tour of Britain.
A warm and friendly pub with lots of character, in the heart of Eden Valley, five miles from Penrith. The pub now has Wiggo’s yellow jersey from last year’s Tour de France, plus other Team Sky mementos. Real fires, cask ales, a decent selection of wines to go with homemade food.
The new fleece-lined log-built yurt sleeps 10 and there’s room for 6 more in the pub. The Arms is on the new C2C route via Ullswater.
Neil & Sue are E2E veterans and the hostel has a reputation for being cyclist friendly. Plenty of secure storage for bikes, super drying room and free loan of tools/equipment. Situated on Sustrans Route 7, the hostel has a well equipped kitchen, showers and cozy lounge with woodburner.
There are two pubs within a stone's throw, Newtonmore also has several cafes and a large Co-op.
Cyclists are charged £17 per night, group rates are also available.
Full repairing workshop with Cytech mechanics - Stockists of Cube, Giant, Ridgeback & Genesis bikes - Quality branded spares,accessories and clothing.
We offer a shuttle service from John O'Groats to Inverness or vice versa depending whether you are starting or finishing. If you need to get from Inverness Airport or Station we can collect up to six people and deliver you and your bikes to John O'Groats or if you're finishing we can collect you from John O'Groats and deliver you to Inverness. We can also have your bike boxed and delivered to your home if neccessary. Fully serviced if you wish ! Prices on application.
Luxury B&B/Self-catering apartment. Plenty of secure garage space for cycles and hose for cleaning. Evening meal and packed lunches available. Two cycle repair shops in Callington.