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Old 05-23-2011, 04:13 AM   #76
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Bike Stay (GOOD)

Hi everyone try this web site very good accomodation for bikers knowing your loved one is tucked up nice and safe at night, will post more reports on this after August as we are touring France 7 Spain. J




http://www.bike-stay.net/
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Old 08-07-2011, 01:35 AM   #77
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Normandy

Me and two mates did a quick trip to Normandy at the end of march 2011 and stayed here http://www.normandybeach.co.uk/index.htm

Run by Adrian and his wife, Brilliant hosts,excellent breakfasts from toast to full English plus fresh pastries and as much tea/coffee as you want.
Only a 5 min walk from the beach at Arromanche where they are several good restaurants.

Oh and the good bit last........ After your day exploring the area its beers on the house ,sitting round the table in the courtyard talking b*llsh1t as you do which is a brilliant way to finish the day .

Secure bike parking,locked gates and he has his own armoured car
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Old 08-14-2011, 06:03 AM   #78
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Here's a good stop in the Black Forest, Germany.

This hotel is a member of the and they cater specifically to bikers - Hotel Waldblick. They are a member of the Motor Bike Hotel Group.

Just spent two nights there while riding some of the BF roads. Has a restaurant on site and garage parking if needed. Nice and comfortable clean rooms and Brigitte and her staff are wonderful!!
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Old 11-23-2011, 08:35 AM   #79
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Andalucia

Hi There

Welcome to me on the site!

Anyway - we stayed at a place called Cuevas La Granja and it is a set of restored caves in Andalucia - each one has everything you need and I've linked the name if anybody wants to check prices or availability. We loved it. The price varies depending on time and length of booking but about 70 Euro a night.

Best Wishes

Cathy and Bernard

http://www.booking.com/hotel/es/cuev...r_month=2012-7
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Old 11-23-2011, 11:42 AM   #80
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Hi Bernard. I don't suppose you're the same Bernard we met in Turda, Romania in 2006 or the same Bernard I sometimes meet in Cracoe on the odd Sunday meeting????
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Old 11-24-2011, 10:36 AM   #81
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Hi there - no, in 2006 I was still sensible and having to pay a mortgage before disappearing off into the sunset in 2008!
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Old 04-13-2012, 10:34 AM   #82
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Austria - 1 hr south of Salzburg.

http://www.pensionhausmaria.com

Biker friendly B&B with dedicated Biker Garage.


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Old 04-29-2012, 01:17 AM   #83
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http://www.allbikescharente.com/

Friend of mine offering excellent accomodation at great prices.
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Old 07-25-2012, 03:56 AM   #84
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Andorra

Country-Code; Andorra
City; Region; Andorra la Vella
HOTEL NAME; Hotel Les Fonts
Price/Person; 30 euro B&B plus 6 for the bike in a secure garage

Notes Friendly owner, nice welcome. Hotel in the town center short walk to shops restaurants etc.

http://www.hotellesfonts.com/english...-la-vella.html
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Old 08-02-2012, 08:14 AM   #85
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Serre Chevalier

Chalet Pyrene has become our home away from home when riding in the French Alps. Not far from Briancon, and at the center of incredible riding, this place has reasonable prices, nice accommodations, a biker garage, and is walking distance from a good variety of restaurants. Check it out.
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:03 AM   #86
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I have some from a recent trip

http://www.viktoria-station.de/index.php?id=&L=2
Fantastic site, very modern and clean. About 20 minutes drive to the Nurburgring.

http://www.campingdesbarrats.com/cam...-chamonix.html
Lovely site lying in the shadow of Mt Blanc. Can get busy though, mabey best to book ahead.

http://www.epernay.fr/component/cont...municipal.html
Located just outside Reims in the town of Epernay. Municipal site, i was 7 euro for the night, the toilets weren't the cleanest but couldn't argue for the price.
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Old 12-09-2012, 11:42 AM   #87
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Amsterdam

Stayed here many times. Great little place.

http://www.campingzeeburg.nl/

Also looking for other campsite in Holland that are Biker friendly, camp fires allowed would also be a plus

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Old 05-20-2013, 01:32 PM   #88
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B & B in the Picos.

Just back from a week in northern Spain, mainly the Picos mountains.
Stayed in an excellent English run B & b 9kms. south of Potes " Pension La Pisa " In a hamlet by the name of Aniezo. Good food, drying room access to 10,000 hairpin bends !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Would strongly recommend and they are used to Bikes & Bikers.

Regards to all on trips this summer.
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Old 08-19-2013, 02:12 PM   #89
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Hotel Ambiente, Wemding Germany

Hello all, a couple of recommendations from my trip to the Alps last month.

Hotel Ambiente
Marktplatz 6 86650 Wemding Germany‎

After a long day motorbiking the back roads from Flachau Austria I found this hotel through the booking.com app and decided to have a look. When I arrived I was sold, it is located on the corner of the market square of the charming and beautiful medieval town of Wemding (Bavaria) and the hotelier (Carina) was as warm and welcoming as I could have hoped. She obviously takes a huge amount of pride in her hotel as everything had been thought out from the eclectic mix of LED lighting and ornate decorations to the white and maroon bed linens and mosquito nets above the beds. The restaurant served up top Bavarian fare and felt like a steal compared to London food prices. There was even a secure place to lock in the motorbike for the night. Couldn't recommend more.
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Old 08-19-2013, 02:14 PM   #90
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Hotel Du Commerce, Thônes France

Hotel Du Commerce
5 Rue des Clefs, 74230 Thônes, France

We were originally meant to spend one night here before heading to southern France but plans changed and we stayed a second night as well. The reception staff were very accommodating and helpful and the room was clean and comfortable although a few ants found their way in through the open balcony door. This hotel is in the middle of a lively Alpine village and the market is noisy in the morning but this only adds to the charm. The hotel restaurant is a hidden gem - the food is absolutely tip top and we were served both evenings by a lovely expat Irish woman (Zoë) who now lives in Thônes. Will definitely stay again if the opportunity arises.
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