Staying in the right bike hotel or cycling-friendly accommodation can make or break a cycling holiday.

This article is a hub for all of our other articles that share the best cycling hotels and cycling friendly accommodation for cyclists that you’ll find across our site.

From what to look for in a bike hotel to our articles sharing some of the best cycling hotels we’ve come across, we hope this page is useful to you!

What to look for in a bike hotel

On top of wanting somewhere comfortable with great food, nice decor, great facilities and excellent service you have to think about things like whether there’s:

  • great riding from the front door?
  • somewhere secure to store your bike?
  • decent bike hire nearby?
  • somewhere to wash and dry your kit?
  • basic tools if something breaks?

And if you’re travelling with a non cyclist or kids, you’ll be thinking about whether it’s going to work for them too.

For more, check out our in-depth article on things to check before you book a hotel for a cycling trip.

 

Best bike hotels/accommodation for cyclists

You’ll find our accommodation suggestions within our region guides (here) pay attention to the kinds of important details mentioned above. They are the sorts of places that we would recommend to our best cycling friends.

Browse by region/place or search by the month you want to travel. In some destinations we also have a curated selection of the best cycling hotels. For example:

If you prefer to start with the cycling hotel and work from there, check out our pick of the best cycling hotels in Europe.

 

Best towns for cyclists

For many of the destinations we also write about the different towns in the area from a cyclists’ perspective. We hope this helps you decide where you want to stay within the region, before you start looking at the detail of the accommodation: Pyrenees, AlpsMallorca, Tenerife, Santa Barbara County, Ile de Ré and Isle of Wight.

Your thoughts!

What do you think of our suggestions? Think we’ve missed an amazing bike hotel/place to stay?

Get in touch and let us know what you think!

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Clare Dewey

Clare Dewey is a cyclist with a passion for travel. She set up epicroadrides.com in 2018 to help make it easy for cyclists to explore the world by bike. Today her mission is still inspiring cyclists to discover new places on two wheels – and doing what she can to make sure they have the best possible time while they’re there. Clare has visited 50+ destinations around the world, many of them by bike.

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