United Kingdom Holidays 
   10 listed, in date order with guided Tours first. Click on any title for further information.

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In the event of CTC Cycling Holidays & Tours Ltd insolvency, protection is provided for non-flight packages commencing in and returning to the UK and other non-flight packages excluding pre-arranged travel to and from your destination. Protection is also provided for non-flight packages where travel is within the UK. Please note that packages booked outside the UK are only protected when purchased directly with CTC Cycling Holidays & Tours Ltd.
In the above circumstances, if you have not yet travelled you may claim a refund, or if you have already travelled, you may claim repatriation to the starting point of your non-flight package.
Our ABTOT number is 5102.

  Christmas in York          1     2   
Places for a male to share with another male and a female to share with another female
24th December 2015 (Thu) - 27th December 2015 : 4 days£273
Easy / Moderate ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Hotel  :  B&B
Explore this historic city and surrounding countryside using cycle paths, lanes and B-roads, or simply relax and enjoy being waited on. Led rides of 32 and 50 miles (short cuts available) on Christmas and Boxing Days, plus led walks. B&B plus superb Christmas lunch. Non-cycling partners welcome.
Leader: Sheila SimpsonRef: 1564
  New Year in Hampshire          1     2   
29th December 2015 (Tue) - 1st January 2016 : 4 days£299
Easy / Moderate ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Hotel  :  Half board
PLEASE NOTE: The Winchester tour has been replaced with this tour. Based at Southsea, on the waterfront, close to Old Portsmouth and the Historic Dockyard. Cycling each day using ferries, cycle paths and quiet lanes. Visit the old market town of Chichester, the Meon valley, Titchfield Haven, Porchester Castle and Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, D-day museum and Gunwharf quays.
Leader: Pam & Dave PilbeamRef: 1565
  Hampshire in Spring          2   
7th April 2016 (Thu) - 10th April 2016 : 4 days£195
Moderate ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Hostel  :  Half board
Join a group of like-minded cyclists for this extended long weekend based at the Privett Centre Independent Hostel in deepest rural Hampshire. The area is teeming with interesting destinations such as the Meon Valley, the ancient city of Winchester and the Watercress Steam railway.
Leader: Colin WardRef: 1602
  Wales, Aberystwyth MTB          3   
28th April 2016 (Thu) - 2nd May 2016 : 5 days£230
Enthusiast ABTOT   
Centre-based, Off-road  :  Hostel  :  Full board
A new location for this year, taking in the fabulous tracks and trails of West Wales. Based at a spacious private hostel near Aberystwyth on a full board basis. Some private accommodation available. Experienced leaders on hand to ensure you get the best from this wonderful area.
Leader: Paul RogersRef: 1605
  Derbyshire, Peak Trails          2+ 
29th April 2016 (Fri) - 3rd May 2016 : 5 days£220
Moderate + ABTOT   
Centre-based, Off-road  :  Hostel  :  Half board
The Peak District is the original and oldest National Park, divided into two by the gritstone dominated Dark Peak and the limestone dominated White Peak. Most of the time is spent in the White Peak, making best use of the network of old railway lines which are now converted into cycle paths, which form the backbone of the rides.
Leader: Richard HakesRef: 1606
  Scotland, Southern Hebrides          2+ 
7th May 2016 (Sat) - 14th May 2016 : 8 days£390
Moderate + ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Hostel  :  Some meals  :  Carry own luggage
Start/finish near Ardrossan and tour the Southern Hebrides including Islay and Jura. Moving around Dunoon and the Cowal peninsula mostly on rural roads with spectacular scenery. Lots of ferry crossings, mixed terrain and probably windy! Red squirrels, eagles and seals a possibility. Mainly rural hostels and hotels with some meals included.
Leader: Gary CumminsRef: 1609
  Lands End to John O'Groats        Holiday full, but please enquire ...   3+ 
14th May 2016 (Sat) - 1st June 2016 : 19 days£1995
Enthusiast + ABTOT   
Moving-on, Rest days  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Full vehicle support
Cycle from the bottom to the top of Great Britain. This very scenic tour uses mostly good quality hotels. With a longest day of 80 miles and many hills it is designed for the more experienced road cyclist.
Leader: Chris EllisonRef: 1614
  Scotland, Loch Lomond & Trossachs          2   
21st May 2016 (Sat) - 28th May 2016 : 8 days£620
Moderate ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Country House  :  Half board
Staying in Gartmore House near Aberfoyle in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, a landscape of lochs, glens and mountains. Visiting Inchmahome Priory on Lake of Menteith, Callandar, Loch Lomond by boat and Loch Katrine cycleway. 35-45mpd on quiet roads. Possible luggage transfer from Stirling or Balloch railway stations.
Leader: Pat & Ron HarrowRef: 1615
  Scotland, Outer Hebrides & St Kilda          3   
21st May 2016 (Sat) - 30th May 2016 : 10 days           
Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Ferry  :  Hotel  :  B&B  :  Carry own luggage
Meet at Oban for the ferry to Barra, then cycle and ferries to Lewis, Ullapool and Inverness with optional day trip to St Kilda (weather permitting). Beautiful scenery, stunning beaches and quiet roads on these sparsely populated islands. Hotels most nights but some hostels.
Leader: Martin JamiesonRef: 1617
  Edinburgh & the Scottish Borders          2   
28th May 2016 (Sat) - 4th June 2016 : 8 days£160
Moderate ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Camping  :  Self catering  :  Carry own luggage
The tour starts with 3 nights in Edinburgh with rides over the Forth Bridge and to East Lothian then moves South to the heart of the Scottish Borders before heading to Carlisle where the tour ends. The start and finish have excellent train links.
Leader: Brian P CurtisRef: 1619

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