Nenthead is a small village in Cumbria, England, with a variety of cycle friendly accommodation - bed and breakfast, bunkhouse, self contained holiday cottages, and pub.
On the Sea to Sea (C2C) cycle route (also known as the C2C cycle route and Coast to Coast cycle route) in the North Pennines on the A689.
Population - 2,074.
At 1452 ft above sea level is one of England's highest villages and one of the earliest purpose-built industrial villages in Britain.
From Whitehaven - 80 miles.
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty you are guaranteed a warm welcome at The Miners Arms.
A traditional 1700's pub, with a the lovely conservatory restaurant, two luxury 3 star en-suite rooms and a twin room which has a stunning bathroom.
The place to eat on Alston Moor with its selection of high quality cuisine, standard menus and daily specials including the very popular Italian wood fired pizzas.
Room rates from: £25.00 per person
Former 18th century smelt mill manager's house tastefully converted to a 6 person bunkhouse. Sole use by prior arrangement.
Bedding and self catering continental breakfast provided. Towels on request. Meals can be booked at the local pub the Miners Arms.
Each bed is styled like a ship's cabin bunk with privacy blinds, internal light and shelf.
Downstairs sitting room / dining room. Small kitchen, with cooker, fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle. Utility room for wet clothes, washing machine, tumble dryer. Fully heated. Two showers. Open all year.
£18 pppn. £10 discount for group booking of six.