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 applies:
- 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 list.
- 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
La Vuelta a Dales is a hilly route that poses a healthy challenge to cyclers, so it can be tempting to sail along the trail without stopping. However, should you need a rest or if you are eager to explore more of the fantastic Yorkshire Dales, you can enjoy any number of extra nights at any of the stops along the way.
The historic market town of Settle is a wonderful option for an extra night's stay, offering a selection of traditional pubs, tea rooms and restaurants along with plenty of shopping opportunities, including a number of outdoor sports shops should you need to replenish your gear. The local area is also full of interesting sites to explore, such as Victoria Cave, Stainforth Force and Gaping Gill for those interested in the local geography, or avid train spotters can visit the Settle to Carlisle Railway, the Settle Station Signal Box and the famous Ribblehead Viaduct. With so many amazing things to discover, Settle is a remarkable hidden gem that is worth a second look.
Grassington is a delightful village with traditional stone cottages, welcoming pubs and a range of shops surrounding a cobbled market square, making it a very popular choice for a rest day. There is plenty to discover around Grassington, such as the spectacular waterfalls at Linton, and there are a number of walking trails and other outdoor pursuits on offer here. The village's longest-serving outdoor clothing and equipment shop, The Mountaineer, is perfect if you need to replenish your kit, otherwise feel free to explore Grassington's many little alleyways and hidden gems while you relax and prepare for your next stint out on the trail.
Alternatively, the quaint market town of Masham has a wealth of fascinating history that is worth taking the time to discover. There are earthworks, standing stones and even traces of a Roman marching camp, as well as evidence of early cultivation techniques and a number of beautiful old buildings. As well as offering all of the facilities and services you could need, Masham is perfectly placed to allow exploration of the surrounding areas, including a mixture of walking paths and cycle routes that take in the amazing landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales and Moors.
Hawes is England's highest town - set 850 feet above sea level - and as such boasts amazing scenery, making this a temping option for an extra night's stay. Home to the world famous Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese and the highest waterfall in England, Hawes is a popular tourist destination with plenty to offer; not only is the town fully stocked with fine shops and tempting eateries, it also boasts a bustling street market, a long-standing outdoor retailer, a range of leisure activities and the spectacular Bolton Castle situated nearby. There is truly something for everyone at Hawes.