Our prices are based upon two people sharing a room. If you are riding on your own,
or are part of a group, but require a room of your own, one of the following charges
- Solo rider supplement: £45 per person / per night
- Single supplement: £20 per person / per night
You can add rest days at any of the overnight stops:
- Extra night (Standard) : £50 per person / per night
- Accommodation in en-suite rooms with private bathrooms (where available) in
selected hotels, inns and guesthouses along the trail.
- Breakfast each day.
- A comprehensive information pack containing maps and/or guide books, a full
itinerary, instructions on how to find your accommodation each night,
information about facilities and places of interest along the trail and a kit
- Detailed travel instructions on how to get to the start of your holiday and
back from the end of it.
- Emergency assistance.
Extra Night / Rest Day
The Cotswolds is often thought of as the best example of quintessentially English countryside, filled with green hills, peaceful woodlands and an abundance of charming settlements. By booking a few extra nights at any of the route's overnight stops, you can extend your holiday and spend more time getting to know this magnificent corner of the UK.
Stroud marks both the start and finish of this cycling route, offering plenty of opportunity to spend a couple of extra nights here and discover everything it has to offer. This charming market town is filled with an eclectic mix of independent shops to explore, as well as a great choice of places to eat, one of the best farmers' markets in the country and several wonderful galleries to visit. Situated below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills at the meeting point of the Five Valleys, Stroud is the perfect base from which to explore the beautiful South Cotswolds and take in the fantastic scenery on offer here.
Another good option for an extra night's stay is Winchcombe, a beautiful town with a bustling, friendly community. Winchcombe is fully stocked with all the facilities and services you may need, including a selection of tea rooms, coffee shops, pubs, restaurants and shops to enjoy. There is also a range of enticing landmarks to visit, including Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe Pottery and the Railway Museum. The town's picturesque streets, lined with cottages of golden yellow stone and hidden courtyard gardens to discover, gives the impression of having stepped back in time.
Stow-on-the-Wold is another good choice, particularly if you're looking for a relaxing little town rich in local history. Stow-on-the-Wold is filled with mellow stone houses, a range of independent shops and several inviting inns overlooking the medieval cross and stocks in the large market square, as well as countless narrow alleys leading off from the market square, begging exploration. There are grand manors, stunning gardens, ancient woodlands, rolling hills and much more to discover around this beautiful area, making an extra night or two highly recommended here.
If you're looking for somewhere a little livelier, the town of Cirencester - often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds - is packed with things to see and do. Along with a mix of independent and national shops and a great choice of restaurants, pubs and cafes, Cirencester offers a vast array of leisure activities to suit all tastes, including water sports, golf, guided walks and much more. Must-see landmarks include Chedworth Roman Villa, the Corinium Museum and the New Brewery Arts gallery, amongst many others. Cirecester really does cater to every need, ensuring you are fully rested, replenished and ready for the next leg of your journey.