National Forest E-Bike Holidays

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©2019 by National Forest E-Bike Holidays Ltd
Holidays.

CHOOSE AN EBIKE CYCLING HOLIDAY TO SUIT YOU

Credit: Josh Reeve Photography

EBIKE ROUTES FOR EVERY DURATION AND INTEREST

Keen cyclists, we know the National Forest intimately and understand how to make your E-bike holiday perfect. We offer a range of electric bike holiday options, to suit everyone. Whether you seek a gentle break or want to cycle further, we create your perfect cycling break.

Cottages to Stately Homes

2 wonderful National Trust properties. Hidden in the Charnwood Forest is the Arts and Crafts Stoneywell House, designed by Ernest Grimson. In contrast, Calke Abbey was a grand country house estate, owned by the Harpur family for 300 years and now in the care of the National Trust. Steam buffs will love exploring the Great Central Railway line.

£385 per person

2 nights

King Richard III

Learn more about the discovery of King Richard III's remains. Take a wander around Stoneywell, an Arts and Crafts inspired cottage, set in glorious countryside. Enjoy a ride on the historical Great Central Railway. Leap into the future with a visit to the National Space Centre. Find out about life in Jacobean times, with a visit to the Manor House in Donington-le-Heath.

£385 per person

2 nights

A Country Lane Meander

A gentle meander along quiet lanes. Take a ride on a steam train. Explore the history of the Battle of Bosworth. Learn about some of the crafts that are flourishing in the Forest. Enjoy a coffee on the banks of the pictureesque Ashby Canal.

£385 per person

2 nights

Lichfield Circular

The vibrant cathedral city of Lichfield. The Private Apartment of Lord Lichfield and the grounds of Shugborough Hall. An optional visit or stay at St George's Park, the training ground of the English Football Team. David Nash's Noon Column. Vibrant Barton Turns marina. The serene National Memorial Arboretum.

£475 per person

3 nights

Cathedral Spires to Peak Dales

Explore the small city of Lichfield. Visit the ancient saxon crypt in Repton. Take a stroll around the serene National Memorial Arboretum. Sample a coffee in the bustling Barton canal marina. Learn about the history of beer at the National Brewery Centre. Enjoy the boost of electric power as you ride to Ashbourne, the gateway to the Peak District. Visit 2 National Trust properties – Kedleston Hall and Calke Abbey. Admire the gardens at Melbourne Hall.

£580 per person

more than 3 nights

National Forest Circle

A full tour of the National Forest, with plenty of time to enjoy the many atractions on offer. Be inspired at the National Memorial Arboretum. Take a walk around the magnificent gardens at Calke Abbey. Look out for wildlife as you cycle through the heart of the Forest. Enjoy the bustling city of Lichfield, where you can find out more about the life of Charles Darwin. Take a ride on a heritage steam train. See the site of the famous Battle of Bosworth.

£686 per person

more than 3 nights

Arts and crafts in the Forest

The Noon Columns, created by David Nash. The craft workshops at Staunton Harold. National Memorial Arboretum. Watching canal life at Barton Marina. The National Trust property of Calke Abbey. The 1620's house and gardens

£580 per person

more than 3 nights

The Secret Forest

Arts and Crafts cottage Stoneywell. Explore the ruins of Ashby Castle. Taste England's only Trappist beer. Take a ride on a steam train. Find one of the David Nash Noon Columns, hidden in the National Forest.

£475 per person

3 nights

Breweries and Steam

A beer lovers delight, with visits to the National Brewery Museum and several micropubs. Explore the rail heritage of the area, including a working steam railway.

£385 per person

2 nights

Heart of the Forest

The world's largest collection of Grand Prix cars. The quaint market town of Melbourne, namesake of the Australian city. The magnificent National Trust property of Calke Abbey.

£385 per person

2 nights

The Heritage Trail

2 historic National Trust properties. The brewing heritage of Burton on Trent at the National Brewery Museum. 2 heritage steam railway lines. The extraordinary story of Richard III and the Battle of Bosworth. 1620's house and gardens. Ashby Castle, the inspiration for Ivanhoe. The peaceful Ashby Canal.

£767 per person

more than 3 nights