Wales cycling holiday accommodation

Wales Cycling Holiday accommodation

Carefully chosen accommodation

We’ve introduced a choice of accommodation on all our cycling holidays.  You can choose to stay in either farmhouses and guesthouses or hotels and inns. They all have very different characters

 

Farmhouses & Guesthouses, offer a warm welcome, in historic houses – every one is different.  Small number of guest rooms, usually 3-4 rooms with ensuite or private bathrooms.  There is a choice of places to eat (inns & restaurants within walking distance) in the evening. Typically graded 3-5 stars by Visit Britain (some with gold awards)

 

Hotels & Country Inns, are often family run, with friendly, helpful staff– definitely no big hotel chains. Ensuite rooms are guaranteed. Historic country houses & coaching inns with comfortable bars and many have award winning restaurants.  Most are in small towns with a choice of other places to eat within walking distance.  Full hotel facilities & lounges (some of the smaller inns may not have this).  Typically graded 3-4 stars by the AA/ Visit Britain

On some of the longer holidays we have to use a mix of different types of accommodation.  We aways book as many of your preferred type of accommodation as possible and full details will be on your personalised itinerary

This is a list of the accommodation we use for cycling holidays (new accommodation will be added as it becomes available).  

Guesthouse

Cwm View Guesthouse

Presteigne - Guesthouse

This Victorian cottage has been lovingly restored with a beautiful garden with sunny spots to relax and enjoy the setting. Short walk to the river and town centre.

Middlemoor Barn B&B

Presteigne - Guesthouse

Half timbered barn in landscaped gardens and grounds extending to seven acres, with riverside walks and woodland area.  Close to Presteigne

The Start Guesthouse

Hay on Wye - Guesthouse

An eighteenth century stone house on the banks of the River Wye, 300yds from the centre of town.  All rooms have river views and there is a large rural garden (with chickens!)  

The Red Lion

Knighton -  Guesthouse

Recently renovated Victorian pub in town market square.  The quiet guest rooms are really lovely and spacious. Great breakfasts.

Penralley House

Rhayader - Guesthouse

A beautiful Georgian town house built about 1774 and extended in 1876, with a lovely garden with views to the Elan Valley and surrounding countryside

The Bridge Cafe B&B

The Bridge Cafe -  Guesthouse

A relaxed base with a comfortable lounge in the old cafe, and good food and drink available for our guests. 

Ty Helyg

Brecon- Guesthouse

A Georgian townhouse built in the 1780’s. with light airy rooms, excellent bathrooms and wifi.  

Gwyn Deri

Crickhowell -  B&B

A friendly welcome in this 1970s house, with great bedrooms and lovely garden.

Yr Hen Fecws

Porthmadog - Guesthouse

4 star guest house ( Yr Hen Fecws means The Old Bakery)  features exposed beams and stonework, complemented by contemporary and stylish furnishings and decor

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Hotel /Inn

The Swan at Hay

Hay on Wye - Hotel

Hay’s principal coaching inn - dating from 1821.  The Swan at Hay is full of character, from the original Georgian windows overlooking the garden to the cobbled stable block, with the original horses' name places still intact

The Bear Hotel

Crickhowell- Hotel

The Bear Hotel is coaching inn, at the centre of Crickhowell since 1432.  Good food, beer and well equipped rooms

Caer Beris Manor Hotel

Builth Wells - Country House hotel 

Former home of Lord Swansea - this country house hotel is on the edge of Builth Wells & is surrounded by 27 acres of parkland, bordered by River Irthon 

The Anglesey Arms

Menai Bridge -  Inn

The Anglesey Arms Hotel, is over 200 years old and has been recently renovated.  Great home cooked food and real ales. The Anglesey Arms overlooks Thomas Telford’s famous Menai suspension bridge

The Kings Arms

Abergavenny - Inn

16th century coaching inn, now a gastropub with excellent rooms and good food.

The Woodfield Arms

Chepstow - Inn

Established 1648 This ivy clad Coaching Inn sits directly opposite Britain's oldest stone-built castle. Wall murals and exposed oak beams and comfortable rooms.

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