Useful Links

We have a wide range of partners and relationships with local, regional and national organisations. We have put together some useful links to help you find out more about the areas we operate in, from cafes and hotels to local heritage and our favourite bike shops! Please note that this list is not exhaustive and designed to give a brief overview of some of our partners and interests, we are not responsible for the content on these external websites.

Our guides are a font of local knowledge, interesting facts and the real heart of our guided tours. However these links may help you with any pre-tour curiosity you may have!

Great sources of local, regional and national information

A few of our most iconic sites

Every day on our tours we visit a truly iconic British site. We aim to cycle or walk right up to these fantastic locations, many of which are World Heritage Sites! From walking through Blenheim Palace’s 2000 acre estate to cycling down the old Roman Roads into Bath.


Roman Baths

Blenheim Palace

Highclere Castle

Dover Castle

Christchurch College Oxford

Canterbury Cathedral

Lulworth Cove

Port Isaac

Our hotel partners

We pride ourselves on the quality of our hotels, giving our guests the choice of county or prestige accommodation to ensure all guests can put their feet up and relax at the end of the day!

Cotswold Inns and Hotels

The Redesdale Arms, Moreton in Marsh

The Francis Hotel, Bath

Port Gaverne Hotel

Stargazey, Port Isaac

Mortons House Hotel 

Burley Manor Hotel

Falstaff Hotel

The Tickled Trout

Some of our favourite trails, paths and coastlines

England has many fantastic long distance walking and cycling trails through our most picturesque countryside. Throughout our tours we crisscross these trails to take advantage of their often traffic free routes and stunning views.

The Cotswold Way

The Camel Trail, Cornwall

The Granite Way, Devon

The Tarka Trail, Devon

South West Coast Path

Jurassic Coast, Dorset

Looking For Inspiration..?

Where will your next trip take you?

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