Cycling in Somerset

Nicely trimmed bushes in Somerset.

Axbridge in Somerset is on the Sustrans cycle route, the Strawberry Line. It is also within easy cycling distance of Wells, Burnam on Sea and the spectacular Cheddar Gorge.

This tour is fixed base with three nights spent in an Air BnB in Axbridge. The accommodation is a very large coach house with plenty of safe storage for bicycles, an open planned kitchen, a couple of living rooms, 5 bedrooms, and its very own 36 seater cinema attached. Up to 15 people can be accommodated.

This tour is located such that it is possible to challenge yourself and visit Stonehenge or Longleat in a day but also can be relaxing with the opportunity to experience amazing sites within a short distance.

Kitchen/ Dining area
Cycling out to the Cheddar Gorge
On our way to the Cheddar Gorge
Taking a Break Whilst Cycling up Hill to get to the top of the Cheddar Gorge
Axbridge Town
Interesting Artwork in the Air B n B
At the bottom of the Cheddar Gorge
Outside of the Coach House
Out and About Discovering the Area
Playing Box Officer at the Cinema
Inside one of the rooms in the Coach house
One of the Living Rooms at the Coach house
Burnam on Sea
Taking a break in the Somerset sunshine
The Cheddar Gorge
Wells Market Place
Axbridge Town
Streets of Axbridge
Burnam on Sea
Wells

Published by Susan Doram

I am passionate about cycling and enjoy encouraging others to ride their bicycles. I am a cycle coach and founder member and chair for Leicester Women's Velo and Founder member and club secretary for Ride on Sistas. I love to encourage others to get active. I am an award wining personal trainer and one of Cycling UK's 100 Women in Cycling 2019. I've been on numerous cycle tours and have encouraged others to join me. Part of my cycle touring experience has included cycling around the world for just over 2 1/2 years.

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