Silverdale Cycle Hire

Coast and Castles Cycling Holiday

One of a growing number of coastal cycle routes, the Coast and Castles Cycle Route snakes its way up the epic Northumberland coastline finishing in Berwick Upon Tweed. Our cycle holiday is a coastal journey of 100 miles on traffic free and quiet lanes, passing through historic market towns, historic cities and picturesque fishing villages. The coastal scenery and history of this part of Northumberland makes our cycling holiday one not to miss. Our itinerary ensures that you have the time, not only to cycle, but to see and explore this rich and varied mix of man-made and natural history.

  • Choice of basic, standard and premier accommodation
  • Distance average of 40-50 miles a day
  • Bikes & all equipment provided
  • Route is self guided, full maps and guidance provided
  • Full luggage transfer, point to point service
  • Price £375 per person
  • Back up and full service vehicle at all times

Suggested 3 nights, 4 days cycling itinerary

  • Day 1 Tynemouth or Newcastle - to Warkworth/Alnmouth - Terrain mostly flat – 40 miles

  • Day 2 Warkworth to Berwick Upon tweed – Terrain mostly flat – 35 miles

  • Day 3 Berwick to Dunbar – Terrain undulating – 45 miles

  • Day 4 Dunbar to Edinburgh (finish) – Terrain undulating – 50 miles

  • If you wish to include an additional days cycling and accommodation please contact us for a revised cost and itinerary.

What do I need to bring.
  • Although Panniers are provided you may wish to bring a small rucksack
  • Water bottle
  • Waterproofs
  • Spare layer of clothing & change of clothes
  • Padded cycle shorts
  • Stiff soled shoes
What's not included.
  • Lunch or evening meal
  • Packed lunches can be provided on route at extra £5.00 per person
  • Insurance, you may wish to purchase your own
  • Single person supplement for accommodation will apply. Accommodation based on double room.

Contact us to find out more or to reserve your holiday
T: 01524 701537

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