Bike Hire Stations / Folkestone

There is something for everyone in Folkestone. The Creative Quarter, home to a thriving community of art studios and creative businesses is just a stone’s throw from the sandy beach and quirky Harbour Arm. Walk along the unique cliff top promenade on The Leas for great views across to France or drop down to the Lower Leas Coastal Park to enjoy a picnic by the sea.

Harbour Arch

Location: Our bike station is cosily situated underneath the arch between Radnor and Beach St which leads through to Rocksalt.

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Folkestone Harbour

Location: The bike station is next to Tram Road Car Park across the road from the bottom of the Old High Street.

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Burlington Hotel

Location: The bike station is to the right of the hotel next to the car park.

The Burlington Hotel occupies a commanding position in the West End of Folkestone, overlooking the English Channel. Built in the 1890s, The Burlington retains its Victorian charm whilst offering guests all the amenities expected of a modern, 4 star hotel. 

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Best Western Clifton Hotel

Location: The bike station is on the right of the hotel close to the main entrance.

A traditional Victorian 3 star hotel, The Clifton is situated on the Leas offering spectacular views across the English Channel. The town centre and lively harbour are close by. The Clifton is an ideal base for exploring Kent or as a stopover en route to France as the Channel Tunnel is only minutes away.

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Bike Hire Stations / Sandgate

The attractive town of Sandgate spans two miles of coast between Hythe and Folkestone. It boasts an array of Martello Towers on the heights and a castle by the sea shore built by Henry VIII. The high street is known for its antique shops and there is a good selection of independent shops, pubs and restaurants.

Enbrook Park

Location: The bike station is close to the main road, by the bus stop. Enter through the open gate.

Enbrook Park in Sandgate is home to Saga, the UK’s leading provider of products and services to people over the age of 50. The park is a quiet and peaceful haven away from the main road where Saga staff can take a break but is also open for all to enjoy.

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Bike Hire Stations - Hythe

One of the original Cinque Ports, Hythe is a picturesque town with many visitor attractions. The 10th century St Leonard’s Church has a dominating position on the hillside, with spectacular views across the English Channel. Hythe is home to the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Light Railway; a must for steam train enthusiasts. The long promenade and the Royal Military Canal provide delightful opportunities for walking, cycling and picnics.

Hythe Beach, Marine Parade

Location: The bike station is in on Marine Parade, next to the Cafe on the Beach.

Cafe on the Beach (on of our Attractions) occupies an enviable position on the seafront at Hythe with panoramic views across the bay to France. You can pick up a bike from here and follow National Cycle Route 2 along the promenade all the way to Folkestone Harbour. It’s flat, it’s easy and it’s traffic free!

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Stade Court Hotel

Location: The bike station is in the car park at the rear of the hotel.

The Stade Court Hotel occupies an enviable position on the seafront at Hythe with panoramic views across the bay to France. You can pick up a bike from here and follow National Cycle Route 2 along the promenade all the way to Folkestone Harbour. It’s flat, it’s easy and it’s traffic free!

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RH&D Railway (Hythe Station)

Location: The bike station is in the corner of the front car park, by the white fence.

The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is one of Kent’s top attractions linking the Cinque port of Hythe to the wild expanse of shingle and the National Nature Reserve at Dungeness. With several stops along the way, grab a bike and explore the unique landscape around Romney Marsh.

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