Accommodation

With cycling tourism high on the priority list throughout North Yorkshire, you will be spoilt for choice on where to
stay. From camp sites to B&B’s, and hotels to holiday cottages, North Yorkshire has
a wide variety of cycle friendly accommodation to make your stay here that little bit better.
All listings have been chosen as they can provide
clothing & bike washing facilities along with secure bike storage for peace of mind. But please do check directly before booking!!

Accommodation

click on a district to see accommodation in that area
  • Ox Pasture Hall
    Hotel
    Lady Ediths Drive, Raincliffe Woods, Scarborough, YO12 5TD
    01723 365295
    Ox Pasture Hall is one of today's new breed of luxury country house hotel, something different, fresh, very romantic, yet oozing rustic style and charm. A warm and welcoming country house retreat where you will be looked after from the moment you arrive, until the time comes to tear yourself away.

    The hotel is set in seventeen acres of enchanting gardens and grounds in the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors National Park, just a few minutes from the seaside resort of Scarborough, which provides guests with the ideal base from which to explore England’s most beautiful county.

    With excellent secure facilities for cyclists, Ox Pasture Hall is the perfect place to base yourselves from whilst exploring the Coast and North Yorks Moors.
  • Arden House
    B&B
    69/71 Franklin Road, Harrogate, HG1 5EH
    (0) 777 600 8114
    Arden House provides 4 star 'visit England' guest accommodation in Harrogate. It is ideally located on a tree-lined road just a short stroll from the Harrogate International Conference Centre and the Town Centre.

    With comfortable en-suit bedrooms and very friendly staff, Arden House also now boasts a brand new secure bike shed and washing facilities making it the perfect place to base yourself from.
  • Fairfax Corner
    Eco-holiday home
    Fairfax St, York, YO1
    01482 862085
    The house is 2 minutes walk from Micklegate with its bookshops, Blake Head vegetarian café, and restaurants. There is a very useful parade of shops in Bishopthorpe Road, 2 minutes away, and several of York’s cosiest traditional pubs are nearby an elevated residential enclave within the famous York city walls and about 7-15 minutes walk from York rail station, Minster, theatres, cinema, Clifford’s Tower and other attractions.
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