Cycle-friendly Places to Stay in the Welsh Borders
Mount Guest House (Ludlow, Shropshire) - B&B near the
centre of town and railway station.
Old Vicarage (Lyonshall, near Kington, Herefordshire).
Larches (Church Stretton, Shropshire) - Secluded Norwegian
self-catering lodge, sleeps 2, min 3 nights.
Cottage (Cefn Einion, near Bishops Castle, Shropshire) - A
hikers and bikers B&B and self-catering chalet (run by
cyclists) up in the hills between Clun and Bishops Castle (Cefn
Einion is a hamlet with no shop or pub etc). This is one of our
favourite cycling areas, especially if you are into quiet little
narrow lanes picking their way through the Shropshire hills.
Cottage (Orleton, Herefordshire) - Relaxing and peaceful
B&B and self-catering chalet nestling in
the the middle of the Welsh Borders between Ludlow and
Leominster. An ideal base for a cycling holidays
if you want to explore this little-known area. We stayed there in
2015. Address: Perseverance Cottage, Orleton, Nr. Ludlow,
Shropshire, SY8 4JB. Tel 01584 831504.
Perseverance Cottage's self-catering chalet would make a really
good base for a couple of days cycling break (there is also
another B&B in Orleton village).
Here are our 3 bike ride ideas.
House B&B and Self-catering (Lydbrook, Forest of Dean,
Bench Mark B&B (Kington, Herefordshire) - Eco-friendly
B&B in the centre of town (need to check about bike storage)
run by an ex-bookbinder.
YHA (Ratlinghope, Shropshire) - Tranquil hosting and
camping the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Great cycling in the hills plus great pub next door!
House - a boutique country house style hotel, set in prime
cycling country, in the border lands of Shropshire and Wales, just
outside of Knighton.
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