Country House

There are some wonderful places to stay on your English Welsh Borders cycling holiday. Historic houses – that are now hotels welcoming guests to the area. A real treat to add to your cycling or walking holiday. Here are a few of our favourites:

A three day, two night cycling holiday, staying at the home of the explorer Wilfred Thesiger. This is the former dower house to Stanage Castle and now a welcoming country hotel - where you stay for 2 nights and explore the idyllic country lanes by bike.

Explorer’s Country house Cycle Escape         3 day/2 nights staying at the home of the explorer Wilfred Thesiger. Now a welcoming country hotel.  Explore the idyllic country lanes by bike. DetailsBook Now

The Stagg Inn and the Georgian Vicarage. Three days great cycling around Herefordshire and the Wye valley, whilst staying at the most beautiful Georgian vicarage & dining at the Michelin starred Stagg Inn. bliss.

The Stagg Inn & the Georgian Vicarage.     3 day/ 2nights Great cycling around Herefordshire and the Wye valley, whilst staying at the most beautiful Georgian vicarage & dining at the Michelin starred Stagg Inn. bliss.         Details Book Now

Country House Cycle Tour  5 days/ 4nights     2 nights at the Explorer's House & 2 nights at The Castle Hotel. Easy cycling, a relaxing way to explore the borders & special places like Bishop's Castle, Montgomery, the Stiperstones and Hopton Castle.                             Details  - Book Now

Country House Cycle Tour 5 days/ 4nights. 2 nights at the Explorer’s House & 2 nights at The Castle Hotel. Easy cycling, a relaxing way to explore the borders & special places like Bishop’s Castle, Montgomery, the Stiperstones and Hopton Castle.                       DetailsBook Now

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