Road Tour - 8 days
Arrive in Wadebridge
Check in for your first night's accommodation at Wadebridge Bed and Breakfast, in the north Cornish town of Wadebridge. In the afternoon you are free to explore the shops and cafes of Wadebridge.
Your accommodation: Wadebridge Bed and Breakfast, Wadebridge
Gweek to Porthleven - 23 miles (37 km)
On paper, Gweek to Porthleven is a short ride. However our route takes you south towards Lizard Point and then across tough terrain to Mullion Cove. You then head north towards Helston from which it is a short and comfortable ride into the fishing village of Porthleven.
Staying in The Harbour Inn, you have access to the beautiful sea views, cafés and if you are so inclined, one of Cornwall’s best surfing breaks.
About your accommodation: The Harbour Inn, Porthleven
The Harbour Inn is a lively pub situated on the harbour in the small Cornish village of Porthleven. The Harbour Inn has 14 rooms in total each featuring a telephone, television, tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. All the food served at The Harbour Inn uses fresh local produce and there is also entertainment in the bar on Friday and Saturday evenings until 11 pm, with a quiz night on Thursday evenings. To all cyclists finishing their route earlier in the day, check-in is available after 1.30 pm.
St Just to Portreath - 28 miles (45 km)
Now into the second half of Cornish Cycle Tour’s ‘Road Tour of Cornwall’, day five takes in the north coast of Cornwall in the 28-mile journey between St Just and Portreath.
About your accommodation: The Portreath Arms Hotel, Portreath
The Portreath Arms Hotel is a small, traditional, family run hotel located in The Square at the centre of historic Portreath. The hotel has a bustling public bar and lounge - a traditional meeting place for locals. The hotel has seven en-suite rooms that they offer on a bed and breakfast basis. The Portreath Arms Hotel serves an excellent choice of home cooked food, freshly prepared from locally sourced ingredients with local fish and crab a speciality.
Portreath to Newquay - 24 miles (39 km)
One of the shortest legs of the tour sees you pedal from Portreath to Cornwall’s surf capital, Newquay.
About your accommodation: The Great Western, Newquay
The refurbished Great Western Hotel is set in the heart of Newquay with a superb sea view, cliff top garden and terrace, and only a few steps from the beach and the sea. The Great Western Hotel offers some of the best value accommodation in Newquay for relaxation, informality and comfort. Steam, the Hotel bar and restaurant, offers a menu of locally sourced dishes which blend Cornwall with the Mediterranean. All the food is freshly prepared and locally sourced where possible while the well stocked bar offers a full range of drinks.
Newquay to Wadebridge - 32 miles (52 km)
You follow the contours of the north coast through Porth, St Eval and St Merryn before a tough ride to the foodies' paradise of Padstow.
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