Port Sunlight is a beautiful and historic village which is most definitely one of Wirral’s hidden gems. Port Sunlight is a village just waiting to be discovered and you can do just that from the comfort of a Bike & Go. Hire a bike from Port Sunlight station and start your adventure now.
From the station you can take the simple and picturesque route to the Lady Lever Art Gallery, where some of the most beautiful collections of fine and decorative art is housed. From the gallery you can then cycle to the Port Sunlight Museum, where you will discover how the quaint village was created. On your way back to Port Sunlight station you will pass the Tudor Rose Tearoom, where you can treat your mum to a scone and a cup of tea! Click here for a cycle route of Port Sunlight.
Whitlingham Country Park
Norwich is a city that has a wonderful blend of modern and also historic features. As Norwich is the most complete medieval city in the UK, it provides a beautiful landscape for a bike ride.
You can also visit Whitlingham Country Park which provides a stunning and tranquil parkland that allows you to relax, recuperate and enjoy a Bike & Go ride. There are many cycle paths that will help you to explore the great countryside and the fresh air will definitely leave you feeling energised. For more information on the cycle route click here.
The Nidderdale Greenway is a fantastic converted railway line which connects Bilton, North Harrogate, and Knaresborough with Ripley. The former old Harrogate to Pateley Bridge railway line is now a 4 mile traffic free cycle path, which is perfect for a Mother’s Day Bike & Go ride.
The cycle path provides beautiful views, especially when you cycle over the Nidd Viaduct. Once you reach Ripley you can treat your mum to some of the world famous Ripley ice cream! Click here to see the route from Harrogate station to Nidderdale Greenway.
Hire a Bike & Go from Linlithgow station and cycle the short way to the beautiful Linlithgow Palace. The magnificent ruin of a former great Royal Palace and the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots is set in its own park and sits beside Linlithgow Loch.
Explore and admire the elegant architecture and gain unique insights into the domestic life of Scottish royalty. You can even enjoy a picnic against the beautiful back drop and spot some local wildlife! The Palace is located just a stone’s throw away Linlithgow station, click here to see the direct route.