Welcome to Cotswold Country Cycles

Cotswold Country Cycles are used to welcoming cyclists from all over the world, especially USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

Enjoy a biking vacation in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of England with our splendid bike tours – take a short break or a longer tour. Visit Oxford, Shakespeare country and of course the Cotswolds with our self-led biking tours. We provide “Dawes” 24 speed touring/hybrid cycles along with all the essentials and a choice of quality hotels, Inns and B & B’s in the Cotswold region.

the cotswoldsThe Cotswolds Member 2014We offer good quality accommodation in the U.K. for you to bicycle to, often in Manor or historic houses some with delightful gardens. Biking off the beaten track, these bike tours have been developed and cycled by us. All luggage transfers for your bicycle vacation are included.

Tour prices from 265.00 pounds sterling.

You are personally welcomed by us at the start of your bicycle tour and your cycling tour is delivered personally by us. We look forward to hearing from you!

Recent Posts

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Secret Estate? – Burnt Norton and more

Cotswold Country Cycles is located on Norton Estate, the centre of which  is Burnt Norton immortalised in T S Eliot’s poem ‘The Four Quartets’, Burnt Norton being the first.    We are lucky to live and work in this beautiful part of the north Cotswolds and Longlands Farm  is part of six farms that join [...]

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Film locations in the Cotswolds and beyond

The Cotswolds has been the backdrop for many cinema and television series both real and fantasy.  The BBC’s hit show Father Brown created by novelist GK Chesterton on his adventures in the fictional village of Kembleford – was shot in a number of Cotswold locations during June 2013.  Ten episodes of the second series have [...]

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The Hanging Baskets of the Cotswolds

When the days start getting longer and warmer, usually around May time, my thoughts turn to decorating the walls of Longlands Cottage with ‘hangers’.  I suppose I could try and plant these up myself but they would never be as colourful or as long lasting as Sally Sabin’s who runs Sabin’s Nursery in the nearby [...]