Lodging in Arnhem for the cyclists
An accomodation with breakfast does not have to be expensive,
certainly not at B&B Immerloo, where you can leave your bikes in a safe and dry place for free. Your ideal refuge for your bicycle holiday. The rural bicycleroute LF3, the Maasroute between Arnhem and Maastricht, is located only 5 minutes away from our B&B. The city center of Arnhem, as well as the Hoge Veluwe or one of the other ATB-routes are easy accesible by bike.
Because we co-operate with other B&B’s who are also equiped to accomodate cyclists, we can also offer accomodation for larger groups of cyclists.
Furthermore, we can always recommend another B&B which is also located on or along the various bicycle routes. For instance there are trailers from
the circus that used to be the homes of the clowns, and there are beautifull farms. You can look at the list with addresses on the following link. here.
Renting a bike is often also possible.
Our B&B is i.a. listed in the cycle tourbook Ronde van Nederland via LF-routes published by the Foundation for Landelijk Fiets Platform at Amersfoort. (ISBN 90-72930-27-4)
ATB-routes in Arnhem
Mountain bike trails on high grounds formed during the ice age. In the close vicinity of Arnhem there are two ATB-routes, which are connected at Terlet and Warnsborn (ca. +72m above sea water level). De total length is approximately 80 km. The western route ATB Route Zuid West Veluwe (28km) crosses Oosterbeek, Doorwerth, Renkum, Wolfheze, Papendal and the ‘heide’ area at Warnsborn. This ATB-route also has two short tracks near the highway A50 of 15 km each. The eastern route (50 km) takes you along Rozendaal, Rheden, De Steeg, Ellecom, Dieren, Laag-Soeren, Eerbeek en Loenen. This ATB-route allows you to enter foresttrails in the vicinity of Posbank (ca. +87m above sea water level). All the trails have proper parkingareas and information panels. From Arnhem Landgoed Mariendaal (ca. +29m above sea water level, between Arnhem and Oosterbeek) and Rozendaal (ca. +42m above sea water level, near Rozendaal castle) are most suitable.
Please note that a license is necessary when cycling on a mountainbike in the following areas: Nationaal Park Veluwezoom, the Loonse and Drunense
Duinen and Montferland. Please check the following site for information where to buy these permits www.natuurmonumenten.nl. In the Nationaal Park Veluwezoom the permit can be purchased in Rheden at the Tourist Information Desk (VVV). The VVV is located at the entrance of the park (Schietbergseweg).
Long Distance Cycling Routes in Holland
LF-routes, the national long disctance cycling routes in Holland, signposted in both directions, are a network of cycling routes through the whole of Holland, all identified by a name and number, the suffixes a or b indicating the direction of the route.
LF1 - Noordzee Route - Den Helder - Sluis - 470 km
LF2 - Steden Route - Amsterdam - Brussel - 340 km
LF3 consists of 3 parts:
Here is an overview of the routes with the total distance and the most common cities.
- Northern part, Rietland Route - Holwerd - Kampen - 145 km
- Middle part, Hanze Route - Kampen - Millingen - 135 km
- South part, Maas Route - Arnhem - Maastricht - 220 km
LF4 - Midden Nederland Route - Den Haag - Utrecht - Arnhem - Enschede - 300 km
LF5 - Thorn - Roermond - 25 km
LF6 - Maastricht - Aachen - 35 km
LF7 - Oeverland Route - Alkmaar - Maastricht - 350 km
LF8 - Ommen - Borculo 80 km
LF9 - Nieuweschans - Breda 445 km
LF10 - Waddenzee Route - Callantsoog - Nieuweschans - Lauwersoog - 270 km
LF11 - Prinsenroute - Den Haag - Breda - 110 km
LF12 - Maas- en Vesting Route: Maassluis - Nijmegen - 230 km
LF13 - Schelde Rhein Route - Middelburg - Duisburg - 250 km / 300 km (dutch / german part)
LF14 - Saksen Fiets Route - Lauwersoog - Enschede - 230 km
LF15 - Boerenland Route - Alkmaar - Enschede - 200 km
LF16 - Vechtdal Route: Zwolle - Darfeld - 245 km
LF18 - Ommen - Denekamp - 60 km
LF20 - Flevo Route - Haarlem - Groningen - 250 km
LF40 - Borculo - Duitse grens - 20 km
LF51 - Kempen Route - Eindhoven - Antwerpen - 110 km