QuietLanes is owned and run by Peter & Julia Hindley and operated through our company The Neuadd Holidays Ltd.
We met at university and share a love of cycling and hiking. For both of us cycling is never about a "challenge" or "achievement" and it's never about riding on a busy road (unless is absolutley can't be avoided). Its about the joy and the journey, how bicycles take you through the landscape and into villages in a very intimate way. You feel part of the place for those moments.
We personally enjoy riding all our QuietLanes Brecon Beacons cycling routes, and when time allows we like to ride long-distance routes. We've ridden through Wales and the UK to Italy and from the Alps to Rome. Our long distance rides are always on quiet back roads or traffic free cycleways. Always soaking up the landscape and never against the clock.
We've created QuietLanes with the vision to enable guests to plug straight into the best of this style of rides in the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons area. We've planned days out for gentle cycling taking in some of the best places to visit and factored in the timing of places to break the ride, soak things up or drop into a cafe or pub. The concept is about guests being self-reliant and independent but benefiting from our planning, forethought and prepared advice to help get the best from their precious holiday time.
Our aim is to provide excellent cycling holidays for beginners. A gentle activity break in the UK! We hope our planning will enable you to experience some of the best cycle routes in the Brecon Beacons and one of the best cycling holidays in the UK.
As well as easy cycling holidays we offer a selection of routes that will reward you with a full day out experiencing great views and local hospitality.
Our "Freedom" B&B approach enables you to be entirely independent and focus on your own company in your own space and with the flexibility to have breakfast when you choose.
Arriving in Fidenza, Italy on the Via Francegina.
Enjoying a moment of fame as walk-on actors in a police tourism video