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Cycling holidays in Cornwall

A group of cyclists make it up a hill, along the South West Coastal Path, with the sea and sky behind them
Cycling along the South West Coastal Path | © National Trust Images / Chris Lacey

Choose your cycling adventure and find a place to stay close to the action.

Where to cycle

Visitor cycling on a woodland cycling path, on the coastline at Lanhydrock, Cornwall


Aside from its Victorian country house, Lanhydrock is renowned for its exhilarating cycle trails. There are flat routes for families or hillier routes for novice riders. You can even hire a bike here too.

Cyclists and a dog on a trail at Penrose, Cornwall

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail starts on the north coast of Cornwall in Padstow and finishes at Wenford Bridge. It follows an old railway line and passes through wooded countryside and along the Camel Estuary. It's a lengthy 18 miles long, but there are plenty of places to stop and have a rest including Wadebridge and Bodmin.

Where to stay

The exterior of Doyden House, which contains the Rumps apartment, Port Quin, Cornwall

Holiday cottages in Cornwall 

We have over 100 self-catering holiday cottages in Cornwall sleeping two to twelve people. From sea-view cottages close to Padstow and Port Isaac to cliff-top retreats on the Lizard Peninsula, we have a wide range of cottages to pick from.

Two women drawing a huge sun on the sandy beach at Kynance Cove, Cornwall

Book a holiday

Book a holiday with us and you'll not just have a trip filled with special memories, but you'll help us care for these places well into the future.