Biking Bed and Breakfasts

Biking Bed and Breakfasts

Greenlake Guest House—Seattle, Wash.

Not only is Greenlake Guest House a quality B&B experience, but also its steps away from Seattle’s wonderful Green Lake Park.  Take a ride on the 3 miles of biking trails along the lake. There are plenty of options for bike rentals within the park, or bring your own! Enjoy your ride through the gorgeous green park in the heart of an urban neighborhood, and continue your ride into the city as you experience the sensational city that is Seattle.

Franklin Victorian Bed & Breakfast–Sparta, Wis.

Voted the number 3 most bicycle friendly state by the League of American Bicyclists, Wisconsin is the perfect place to take your ride. The bike-friendly Franklin Victorian provides people and bicycle shuttle service along the Sparta-Elroy Bike Trail, but only one mile from the trail, it is just as easy to bike right over. Along the 32 mile trail be sure to check out the three century-old railroad tunnels! And when you return to your B&B, keep your bikes safe in their secure indoor bike storage.

Bespoke Inn–Scottsdale, Ariz.

For a unique biking experience, Bespoke Inn is the place to visit. Located in the beautiful Arts District of Scottsdale, Bespoke Inn has plenty to offer, right on site. Enjoy a bite to eat at the award-winning, Virtù HONEST CRAFT café and then visit the artisan and steel boutique bicycle shop within the Inn’s courtyard. Take a scenic ride along the Canal or on the Greenbelt Trail on your complimentary British Pashley city bicycles.

Iron Mountain Inn–Butler, Tenn.

Sitting high in the mountains of the Cherokee National Forest lays Iron Mountain Inn. With trails right outside the front and back doors, Iron Mountain in is the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time in the magic of the mountains. Rent a bike at the nearby Bike Station and head over to the Virginia Creeper Trail stretching 34 miles. This is an easier biking trail that any level biker can enjoy.

Albert Stevens Inn Bed and Breakfast–Cape May, N.J.

Head on over to the beautiful beach town of Cape May and stay at Albert Stevens Inn. Blocks away from the beach and Cape May Point State Park, there is plenty opportunity to use the Inn’s complimentary bicycles. Ride by the historic lighthouse, or head to the top of Cape May which is one of the most popular sites for viewing bird migration in North America.

Ye Olde Manor House–Elkhorn, Wis.

Tucked away on a few acres of tree-shaded bliss is Ye Olde Manor House. Located just outside Elkhorn, Ye Olde Manor House is across the road from Lauderdale Lakes. Rent a bike nearby and head over to Kettle Moraine State Forest, which provides 30 miles of off-road biking trails that beginners and professionals can equally enjoy. Recently, a special loop has been added for younger mountain bikers to test their skills on beams, logs, sand and rocks.

Paddler’s Lane Retreat–Confluence, Pa.

Immerse yourself in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania at the quaint Paddler’s Lane Retreat. Rent nearby or bring your own bike and explore what this scenic area has to offer. Find the wild Youghiogheny River right in the back yard and just across the river is the Great Alleghany Passage, one of America’s best bike trails. The trail runs 150 miles along rivers, valleys and through small towns in the area.

Country Sunshine Bed & Breakfast–Durango, Colo.

Smack dab in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Country Sunshine B&B is ideal for any nature lover. Surrounded by a variety of trees and wildlife, you’ll want to hop on your mountain bike and explore first chance you get. Road biking is always an option too! Durango is celebrating over 100 years of cycling and is the home of the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic.

Turning Waters Bed, Breakfast and Adventure–Wabasha, Minn.

Turning Waters is definitely a one-of-a-kind spot that combines the comforts of a B&B with a sense of adventure. There is a type of adventure for everyone in Southeast Minnesota including incredible biking trails. Rent a bike just one block from the B&B and hit the trails. The Wabasha Bicycle club has put together a detailed guide to their favorite local rides. From the 6 mile Blazing Star State Trail to the 42 paved miles Root River State Trail, there’s a ride for everyone.

The Red Clover Inn–Rutland, Vt.

Quiet and secluded, The Red Clover Inn is at the center of some of Vermont’s best biking. This beautifully restored 1840s inn is a friendly environment to explore the Green Mountains. Right outside Killington, The Red Clover Inn is the place to stay whether you want mountain biking or road cycling. Try Pine Hill Park or dozens of other local trails for all levels of biking. The inn offers tools for bike repair, trail information, and on property secure storage.