Luxury Stonehenge and the New Forest
5 nights / 6 days self- guided cycling tour
Price: £1,085 per person based on two people sharing a room
Start & finish: Starts Sundays and is circular from Burley. Burley is a short taxi ride from Brockenhurst station which is 1.5 hours from London by train. It is also close to Bournemouth airport.
Accommodation: An old manor house, a 4 star Georgian hotel and one of our classic forest inns. To view the hotels click on the images on the itinerary page.
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Cycling mileage: . 3 days of cycling 10 - 20 miles (16 - 32 km) per day and 1 day of optional cycling.
Grade out of 5 based on distance and elevation: 4
Terrain: Some slopes all 3 days of cycling
Traffic free: 20%; very low traffic on the rest
This is an inspiring tour of contrasts offering some fabulous cycling in the New Forest National Park coupled with a visit to the world heritage site of Stonehenge with your own tour guide and time to enjoy the historic city of Salisbury.
From your New Forest inn, you freewheel down to the Avon valley and follow the string of pretty villages that lie along the river. Quiet and characterful, the route leads by the back door into the heart of Salisbury. This fascinating city with its famous cathedral will not disappoint and there's ample time to explore. Next up is Stonehenge - quite awesome but not a place to arrive by bike so we have arranged for a guide to meet you nearby so you can fully appreciate the sight and enjoy the idyllic ride there. Heading home, you will experience the New Forest as its best with wooded villages, cosy pubs, some gravel tracks and great views.
- Extend the tour to include the Dorset coast by adding our 7 night tour - Dorset Beaches and New Forest tour
- Extend the tour to include the Isle of Wight by adding our 5 night New Forest Villages and Isle of Wight tour
Booking: Fill in the Reservation form
Payment: 30% on booking and the remainder 60 days before the tour starts.
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