Charity Cycles - Mizen to Malin or Malin to Mizen
PEDDLE FROM END TO END
THE MIZEN HEAD TO MALIN HEAD CYCLE (OR MALIN TO MIZEN), CONJURES UP A VARIETY OF IMAGES, ROLLING GREEN FIELDS, FANTASTIC PUBS, THE “CRAIC”, A PUNCTURE OR THREE, STUNNING SCENERY, AND A TREMENDOUS SENSE OF ACHIEVEMENT. WHICHEVER DIRECTION YOU CHOOSE, THE CASTLE HOTEL MACROOM CO. CORK MAKES THE IDEAL BASE FOR EITHER YOUR FIRST OR LAST NIGHT OF STAY.
The route encompasses some of Ireland’s most spectacular countryside and exhilarating, wild scenery. Although the cycling in Ireland is great, it can be said the hospitality is even better! At The Castle Hotel Macroom we provide our cyclists with: 4 Star overnight accommodation at a very competitive group rate Dinner options if required Full Irish Breakfast Packed Lunches Secure bike storage Laundry if required Free WiFi For further details on our Cycle Friendly Packages and our warm West Cork welcome after a long day in the saddle, please contact Groups Manager, Kay on 026 41074 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of our Cycle Guests have said:
''On Friday 17th September myself and 21 other cycling friends plus another 6 support crew had the pleasure of staying in your Hotel as our first stop on our Mizen to Malin challenge. The staff couldn’t do enough for us. Food and the rooms were excellent and the buffet you sent with us for lunch was perfect. Thank you very much and we will definitely recommend your hotel to anyone thinking about staying in the area again''
''Stayed overnight with a group of cyclists (Mad Dogs) while completing a charity cycle Mizen to Malin. The hospitality was first class from arrival to departure. Fantastic welcome, comfortable rooms, specially prepared dinner menu. Fabulous breakfast, and also provided a fantastic lunch for cyclists the following afternoon. They really know how to look after cyclists. Finally I have to complement the staff who were professional, friendly and looked after us so well. Definitely recommend this hotel to cyclists and the general public. I will be back.''