Nothing beats getting outdoors and being active. Farm Stay holidays offer the perfect base for walking and cycling adventures in the heart of the countryside.
Our self-catering farm cottages, lodges, and glamping holidays are fully equipped with everything you need for a relaxing, yet active staycation.
If you want to be catered for you may prefer to stay in a traditional farmhouse B&B where you can tuck into a hearty breakfast of delicious local produce before heading for the hills.
Get out there and get muddy! Many properties have drying facilities for wet clothing and dirty boots and secure storage for bicycles. Our hosts know the best walking and cycling routes and can provide maps and suggested itineraries.
Walking is the best form of exercise, is free and a great way to see the countryside!
Whether you’re planning a short stroll with young children, a relatively long ramble, or huge hike, a Farm Stay holiday is an ideal base. Set in the heart of the countryside you’ll find many footpaths and ancient trails on the doorstep.
There are properties across England, Scotland and Wales, offering a wide variety of stunning landscapes; from bleak moorlands, and dramatic mountains, to gently undulating dales, craggy coastal cliffs, and soft sandy beaches.
Your Farm Stay hosts will know where to find the most impressive views, the best places to take your picnic and where to spot the wildlife and birds. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars along so you don’t miss a thing!
Stay on a farm and you will discover cycling routes for all ages and abilities. From flat circular trails ideal for all the family, to iconic road routes for those who like to travel miles at speed. For the more adventurous mountain cyclists there are many rugged off-road routes to explore, often right from the doorstep of your Farm Stay accommodation.
It doesn’t matter what type of bike you have, or which trail you follow, you will always enjoy spectacular views of the countryside as you pedal along.
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