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Cycle shop with fully equipped workshop and qualified mechanics on hand to help.
Open 7 days.
Rural B&B just off the A6, 10 miles south of Lancaster, 10 miles north of Preston. Secure cycle storage. Laundry service for LEJOGers. Comfortable beds and good hearty breakfast.
Please phone out of hours and we may be able to help. 7 days 9-5
The Golspie Inn hotel is on the outskirts of Golspie, about 70 miles from John O'Groats.
We offer bed and breakfast at a competitive rate and regularly accommodate group bookings for cyclists. We can also arrange to put on an earlier breakfast for cyclists who like an early start.
We have a highly recommended restaurant which offers everything including an evening a la carte menu, an all day bar menu, packed lunches and full Scottish or Continental breakfasts.
Basic but friendly bunkhouse style accommodation in our house. Bike lock up, hot bath, place to dry your gear and a bowl of porridge all included. £12.50 / night - by arrangement only
Comfortable & clean, centrally located 3* VisitScotland Hostel in Grantown-on-Spey close to shops and amenities. Covered area for bikes. Secure storage on request, water hose, drying room, free wifi.
Locked storage for cycles. Dont mind making the odd early breakfast. Visit our cycle blog at: joglelejog.blogspot.com
Excellent B&B accommodation in heart of Gretna Green. Four Rooms all en-suite with shower, 1 Twin and 3 doubles/singles. Lock up for cycles, off-road parking for vehicles. We offer a great breakfast menu - Scottish, English, Vegetarian, Fresh Fruit, cereals and juice etc all served in our garden-view dining room. We can provide an evening meal if arranged in advance, early breakfasts, packed breakfasts and packed lunches. Washing done for charity riders!
Literature lovers will love this Victorian mansion overlooking Haworth on the wild Pennine moors. The Brontë sisters lived and wrote at the village parsonage (now a museum).
Hebden Bridge Hostel offers a warm welcome to all visitors on wheels or on foot. Nestled into woodland, only a short walk from town and only 15 minutes walk from the mainline rail station.