Perfect for seeing the sights over a long weekend in Cornwall.

This three day tour of North Cornwall is perfect for a long weekend or mid-week break. Most suitable for the fitter, more experienced cyclist as you travel up to 32 miles a day covering some hilly terrain in parts, but with the final leg taking in the foodies’ paradise of Padstow, your hard work can be rewarded guilt free.

Cycle hire: Add £30 per person.

Electric cycle hire: Add £80 per person.

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Total distance:

59 miles (94 km)

Average daily distance:

29.5 miles (47 km)

Tour difficulty

4: Hardest

Transfers available from:

Bodmin Parkway station; Newquay Airport


Low Season: £305pp

Mid Season: £357pp

High Season: £381pp

About the Tour

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Day 2
Day 3
Day 1

Arrive in Wadebridge

Check in for your first night’s accommodation at The Molesworth Arms in the north Cornish town of Wadebridge. In the afternoon you are free to explore the abundant independent shops and cafés of Wadebridge, or you could stretch your legs by cycling the Camel Trail to Padstow. If you are hiring a cycle for the tour, we will get you set up and make all the necessary adjustments in the afternoon of your arrival, to ensure you are ready to go in the morning.

Your Accommodation

The Molesworth Arms, Wadebridge. The Molesworth Arms is a beautiful 16th Century coaching inn with original wood beams and exposed brickwork. It is nestled in the heart of the bustling traditional market town of Wadebridge with easy access to The Camel Trail, local and coastal walks and scenery. A warm welcome awaits as well as fine foods, Local Ales and lovely rooms. A hearty ‘full Cornish’ breakfast is served each morning so you’ll be well prepared for your first day of cycling.


Day 2 | 32 miles (51 km)

Wadebridge to Boscastle

Leaving Wadebridge you cycle towards St Breock Downs, with spectacular views of Bodmin Moor and the north Cornish coast. The route takes you on forest trails through Hustyn Wood before joining the Camel Trail at Polbrook. Shortly after passing the award-winning Camel Valley Vineyard, you follow the River Camel north towards Bodmin Moor, through Hellandbridge to Blisland, where The Blisland Inn is a great lunch stop. From Blisland, follow country lanes to St Breward which boasts the highest church in Cornwall at around 700ft (210m). The afternoon ride takes you past two of Bodmin Moor’s best-known landmarks: Rough Tor and Brown Willy. Then it’s on past Crowdy Reservoir and Davidstow Woods to the picturesque coastal village of Boscastle. Boscastle’s stunning natural harbour dates from the 16th century, and the village is also home to the Museum of Witchcraft.

Your Accommodation

The Wellington Hotel, Boscastle Affectionately known as “The Welly”, the hotel boasts a two AA rosette restaurant alongside its 15 rooms, each with en-suite bath and/or shower and temperature controlled central heating. The recently refurbished restaurant makes all their own sauces and stocks, chutneys, pickles, bread and chocolates while the bar features an extensive range of beers, wines and spirits.


Day 3 | 27 miles (43 km)

Boscastle to Wadebridge

From Boscastle you follow coastal lanes to Tintagel, and nearby Tintagel Castle, thought to be the home of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The castle is open to the public, as is The Old Post Office which dates from the 14th century. Then it’s on through Delabole to the pretty fishing village of Port Isaac which is something of a hot spot for film locations, including the setting for ITV series Doc Martin. It’s also an ideal place for lunch. The afternoon’s cycling takes you to Polzeath which has one of Cornwall’s finest surfing beaches. The adjoining village of Trebetherick was a huge inspiration for the poet John Betjeman, who is buried in nearby St Enodoc Church. From Rock you catch the ferry to Padstow, and then cycle along the estuary on The Camel Trail back to Wadebridge.

Make a booking

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Tour highlights

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Bodmin Moor

Often described as Cornwall at its wildest, Bodmin Moor is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is surrounded by legendary tales and ancient history.

tintagel castle

Tintagel Castle

Said to be the birthplace of King Arthur, the medieval fortification of Tintagel Castle, on the north Cornish coast, is steeped in legend and mystery.

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Port Isaac

The traditional fishing village is set amidst rugged scenery, and is well known as the home of ITV’s Doc Martin.

“Going on a Cornish Cycling Tour is a fantastic way to spend a long weekend. It was great being out in the fresh air and getting loads of exercise, while seeing the beautiful Cornish countryside, lovely little villages and breathtaking sea views.”

Emma McGregor and Maria Kubran - UK

“The spectacular scenery, picturesque villages, traffic-free coastal tracks and quiet country roads were unforgettable. Detailed directions and easy-to-read maps ensured we never lost our way, and the hills meant we worked off those full English breakfasts.”

Jodie and Peter Kewley - Australia

“Cycling around Cornwall was the best way to see the most of this beautiful part of the country, and the local people were so incredibly friendly and hospitable. We had a fantastic weekend and felt very fit afterwards.”

Elouise Calabria - London