St Tinney

Farm Holidays

St Tinney

Farm Holidays

Cycling at and around St. Tinney Farm in Cornwall

Countryside Cycling

With so much wildlife, heritage and coastline on offer, cycling is a great way to explore and see the sites around around St Tinney. Here are some of our favourite routes.


If you don’t want to bring your own bikes with you, you can always hire some locally from Bude Bike Hire

Bude Canal

Farmland, Canal and Coast around Bude

This is a gentle but off-road route with small gradients, taking you across woodlands, beach and fields. Totalling at 4 miles, this is the perfect family bike ride. The track is easy-going in all weather and you will eventually come back to where you started.

Bude to Morwenstow

This circular 17 mile route showcases beautiful views of Coombe Valley. Perhaps a more intermediate route, as there are several very steep hills. However, congratulate yourself at the end by visiting the Rectory Tea Rooms for a cream tea.

Head toward Morwenstow

The Tamar Lakes

Bude to Tamar Lakes

This pretty and picturesque route takes you through the Cornish countryside, taking 17 miles to complete. It takes you to the Tamar Lakes, which is a great day out for all the family with plenty of water sports  on offer and fishing spots. 

Padstow Harbour Loop from Wadebridge

This is an 11 mile journey covering mostly well-paved surfaces. Padstow harbour is an idyllic Cornish town and is accessible via public transport. Wadebridge is a historical town slightly inland. Treat yourself to a bite to eat after the ride!

Welcome to Padstow

Daymer Bay - Near Trebetherick

Padstow Harbour loop from Trebetherick

Covering 34 miles and very hilly, this one is for the experts. The terrain is a mix of off-road, gravel and even a ferry journey. While a long ride, it’s guaranteed to be an amazing expedition with beautiful views along the way.