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Last minute Midsummer Cycling Holidays

Last minute Midsummer Cycling Holidays
10% discount on Wye Valley Cycling and Canoeing holiday with Wheely Wonderful Cycling

This cycling and canoeing holiday follows idyllic traffic free lanes from Ludlow, through the Welsh borders to Hay on Wye. The Canadian canoe trip paddles 10 miles downstream on the River Wye, passing shingle beaches and short rapids. Back on the bike for the last leg of the journey to visit cider farms and the grand country houses of Croft Castle and Berrington Hall.

This is an action packed five day, four night holiday. Cyclists stay in the historic coaching inns of the Radnorshire Arms in Presteigne, The Swan at Hay and the Corners Inn, in Kingsland. The holiday includes four days cycling and one day’s Canadian canoeing. Bike and canoe hire, maps & route guides, luggage transport & full backup are all included. Price £490 per adult (Normal price £545pp). Departures are on 2 June, 9 June and 30 June 2014. Other departure dates are at standard price.

This is one of 30 different cycling and walking holidays organised by Wheely Wonderful Cycling from their base Petchfield Farm near Ludlow. 

Details of the holiday are on www.wheelywonderfulcycling.wordpress.com/cycling-and-canoeing-holidays/ or ring Kay Dartnell on 01568 770755

 


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