2014 Walking and Cycling Holidays

5th February 2014

Book your Byways Breaks 2014 cycling and walking holiday now.

Details of all Byways Breaks 2014 walking and cycling holidays are on the web site now with the 2014 prices. Bookings are coming in fast, particularly for the long distance trail walks.

Our brochure is also available to download from the web site either as PDF’s or can be read on line. We are also happy to mail out copies.


Walk the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Last year we added the fabulous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to our walkers accommodation booking and luggage service. We were pleased to have received great feedback from customers who did this trail. They loved the walk and the Pembrokeshire Coastal scenery as well as the accommodation we have selected for our walkers to stay in. We get great reviews of the accommodation we select, but the standard on this walk is of a particularly high quality. We have also received some fabulous photos from customers who did the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path last year and have included a couple on this post.

Thanks to people for sending us photos. We are always glad to receive photos we can use either on our web site or in the brochure, particularly ones of groups of people and those taken on sunny days! We rarely seem to be in the right place on a sunny day!

See the Pembrokeshire Coastal path page for more details of this walking holiday and the service that Byways Breaks offers on this trail walk.

Isle of Anglesey Cycling Tour

We several years we have been organising a walking holiday along the Anglesey Coastal Path – another great walk. This year we decided it was time we offered a cycling tour of Anglesey! We have spent the winter finalising the route and checking accommodation and have come up with a lovely 5 or 6 night moderate or strenuous tour of the island. Much of the Anglesey coast is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and our route visits many of the best coastal places like Newborough Beach, Red Wharf Bay, Penmon point, South Stack lighthouse, as well as lovely towns like Beaumaris and Menai Bridge and many of the pretty villages.

The cycling route also explores inland areas and visits Llynnon Mill, a working water mill with nice cafe, Llyn Cefni and Llyn Allaw, 2 inland lakes, and the Oriel Mon museum and gallery with changing art exhibitions including Kyffin Williams and also an interesting exhibition of the islands history. Visit the Isle of Anglesey Cycling Tour page on the web site for more information about this cycling holiday.


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2014 Walking and Cycling Holidays