Travel (not by car) but on your own two wheels or on shanks pony and you will see The Cornish Way in all it's magnificence. Explore all 180 miles of The Cornish Way and enjoy all the great landscapes, historic towns and villages, the gorgeous beaches, local events, art galleries and museums and many other attracttions.
Opened in June 2000 as part of the 'The Cornish Way' is an exciting project developed by the Countryside Service, in partnership with Sustrans. Starting at the county boundary near Bude, its six inter-linking trails for cyclists and walkers pass through towns and villages as they make their way through Cornwall's distinctive countryside to Land's End. Certain off-road routes are also accessible to equestrians and the mobility-impaired.
With mainly minor and rural road and traffic-free, off-road routes there are opportunities for new or novice cyclists as well as some challenging routes for the more experienced. Experience biker or not you can always hire a bike from the many outlets available.
Cycle routes have been designed on many main road routes but there are many minor roads through Cornwall that are ideal to see the beatiful Cornish countryside and beaches.
Cornwall's cycle trails and routes are an ideal way and healthy way to view the Cornwall.
We have a couple of Mountain Bikes that guests are more than welcome to use, obviously on a first come first use basis, we do not cvharge for the bikes but obviously if they are damaged or lost you will be liable for the repklacement. We ask that you only place money in our charity box which is Guide Dogs for the Blind.
What more could you want from a cycling holiday but the open roads - or rather narroiw lanes of Cornwall when you stay at The Croft Newquay bed and breakfast hotel.