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Landal Kielder Waterside
from £489 per week
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Matlock, Peak District
from £435 per week
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from £419 per week
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Some of the best cycling routes in Europe can be found right here in the UK. With world Champion Mountain bike routes spanning across the UK, and home to some of the biggest cycling competitions in the world, you will be sure to find a route or trail to suit your skill. Make the most of a cycling holiday in the UK by staying at one of our stunning nearby locations, with cycling routes right on the door step for keen mountain bikers or road cycling enthusiasts there really is something for everyone.
The Peak District National Park is world renowned for its cycling routes. No matter what your cycling experience, there are road cycling routes and mountain biking trails to suit your ability. For those advanced cyclists, knowing the likes of Sir Bradley Wiggins has taken part in cycling events in the area, means you can be reassured that you’ll be cycling along some of the toughest road in the UK. If you prefer a more subtle family cycling adventure though at a leisurely pace, then there are some amazing areas of the Peak District which offer a less challenging route. Cycle through towns and villages such as Bakewell and Matlock Bath taking in the beautiful landscape views before stopping off for food and drink.
Cornwall is home to some amazing UK cycling routes. Seaside routes that will take you along stunning cliff tops overlooking some of the UK’s best beaches. Discover hidden coves and amazing woodland cycling routes along miles of purpose made trails. If you are feeling truly adventurous, then why not start your route from the world famous Land’s End, home to some challenging routes such as Land’s End to John O’Groats. Those wanting a shorter ride can just experience the amazing history and heritage that Cornwall has to offer.
Offering everything from an easy lakeside way cycle ride to a downhill race, Northumberland is one of the best places in the UK to cycle. Cycle alongside Hadrian’s Wall, taking in all the history, heritage and scenery along the way. Or, if you are feeling truly adventurous why not grab your mountain bike and go along the 120 miles of Sandstone Way. From Hexham to Berwick upon Tweed, this amazing route really shows off the best of the area or if you prefer a more subtle ride, you can always be sure to find some quiet roads to take in the beautiful scenery around you.
Cycling in Scotland is a true get-away-from-it-all experience taking you through some of the most remote and unspoilt landscapes in Europe. There’s a wonderful network of cycle routes passing by tranquil lochs, atmospheric glens, spectacular rivers and glistening coastlines as well as historic castles, standing stones and settlements. Ferries can whisk you and your bike away for island adventures and if you want some bright lights and action there are cycle routes to the major towns and cities. With over 2,300 miles, 644 miles traffic free along old railway tracks, canal towpaths, through forest trails plus a fantastic choice of graded mountain biking, there really is a path and a pace to go at.