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
  • Trevor House
    B&B
    22 York Place, Knaresborough, HG5 0AA
    01423 862990
    Trevor House is a Cycle Friendly B & B in a convenient town centre location in the historic market town of Knaresborough. We are situated 7.5 miles south of the Sustrans "Way of the Roses" and are on the route of the second stage of the 2014 Tour de France. We offer one large double room with en-suite shower room and tea/coffee making facilities, plus Freeview TV and Wi-fi. Choice of continental or full English breakfast. It is convenient for the A1 Junction 47 as well as York, Harrogate and Leeds. Leeds Bradford Airport is 16 miles away. Bicycle storage available in a locked outbuilding. The hosts are keen cyclists and can suggest routes and local cycle shops etc.
  • Riverside Cottages
    Self catering cottages
    High Bentham, Lancaster, LA2 7FJ
    01524 261272
    The setting is truly superb in a tranquil and unspoilt part of North Yorkshire, on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The local market town of High Bentham with its pubs and shops is only a 5 minute walk away.
  • Westfields Farm
    B&B
    Moor Road, Bellerby, Leyburn, DL8 5QX
    01969 622047
    Our Yorkshire Dales bed and breakfast is a VisitBritain 4-star guest accommodation provider. We welcome cyclists, walkers and dogs with or without muddy wheels, boots or paws! We have a secure shed for locking away your bikes, we can dry wet clothes and even provide a bucket for warm water for washing muddy paws. Just ask us!
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