South Coast & Forest mini break
We had not cycled for several years and the location, routes and accommodation not only made for a great holiday but encouraged us to start cycling again on a regular basis. EOS provided everything we needed and were helpful and a pleasure to deal with throughout.
David Robson, Stourbridge, United Kingdom.
Ancient South England Tour
We really enjoyed the "Ancient South England Tour". The route is beautiful, with lots of change of scenery and lots of special things to see. Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral were our highlights. We also enjoyed the scenery, the towns, the pubs, the friendly people, nice atmosphere, we even started to enjoy the "full English breakfast" (except for the black pudding). Also, the day at the beach was a welcome surprise, we had a great swim in the sea. The accommodations were fine, very varied, all with their own character. We were welcomed everywhere. The routes, the maps and the route book were all perfect, with everything easy to find. Thank you very much for this well-catered holiday. It felt good and we hope to do London-Land's End one day!
Debora, Erik en Tamara Jille. Houten, The Netherlands.
Devon Coast to Coast Tour
From start to finish the scenery and countryside were glorious, shaded forests, sunny beaches, open moorland and fascinating railway tracks with high bridges, aqueducts and sidings and just the right amount of amenities on route to keep the body and spirit fresh while preserving the peace and tranquillity. Accommodation on route was varied in style but always clean, fun and friendly. Good wholesome breakfasts were an essential element in getting us (2 adults and 4 children of which the youngest only 7 years of age) through the day's cycling. Comfortable surroundings made the whole trip a family holiday to remember. Thanks to EOS Cycling!
Gary and Jill Campbell, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
London-Land's End Guidebook
We saw castles, canals, cottages, boats, churches, roman ruins, a steam train, ancient forest, smuggler's towns, hedgerows, briar roses, butterflies and birds. We had rain, blue heat, storms and soft cloud over rolling meadows. We saw the English channel and the Atlantic twice each, had thirteen punctures, rode the gorge where cheddar comes from, walked beaches and headlands and woodlands. We viewed prehistoric carvings and crop circles. We met nice people, grumpy people, alien worshippers, fellow travellers, bakers, fisherfolk, happy hotel keepers and cheerful folk on the side of the road wanting a chat. We road canal paths, train tracks, country lanes and hills. We free wheeled down and climbed agonisingly up. We slept in tents, hostels and hotels. We cursed and sang and laughed and told stories. And more than four hundred kilometres later, we arrived at Land's End. Thanks! We made a spur of the minute decision to buy your book and do a family ride from London to Land's End with one week preparation. The book was great, the maps, segments, text and phone numbers for accomodations were all used. We relied on it completely and you never let us down. All your patient effort much appreciated. Kids had fun and so did we. Highly recommended by us - four thumbs up for the guide!
Susan Brown, Gland, Switzerland.