Road Cycling 
Holidays in Morzine

The perfect base for cycling the French Alps



A Beautiful Hotel With
Cycling Culture At Its Heart

Morzine is a paradise for road cyclists and a well known access point for the classic cols and scenic roads of the French Alps.

One of the most legendary Tour de France climbs, the Col de Joux Plane, starts just 250m from The Farmhouse Hotel, and many more key routes are within close range, including the Col De Ramaz – another Tour regular – and the Col de la Joux Verte.

As cycling enthusiasts ourselves, we have ridden these roads and love nothing more than to welcome cyclists, discuss cycling itineraries and pass on our passion for cycling in this incredible region.

Everything You Need On
Your Cycling Holiday

We have carefully ensured cyclists have everything they need at the hotel, with secure bike storage, workshop space with tools and a bike wash available to all guests.

There are several great bike shops in Morzine offering an excellent range of road bikes for rental, cycling accessories and bike repairs.

We can also provide early breakfasts and a cyclists’ menu to make sure you are fully fuelled  to take on and recover from riding the Cols.

A charming place
To Recharge

The Farmhouse Hotel is steeped in history, yet beautifully crafted and comfortable in every way. Our 11 charming bedrooms are all unique with original features offering a glimpse of a world gone by.

Comfy beds, luxurious linens, deep baths and huge showers invite you to step back from the world and relax. It’s the perfect place to recharge after a day of climbing the great cols of the region.

Hotel in Morzine called The Farmhouse

“exceptional personal service, outstanding food and supremely comfortable rooms. Probably the best shower I have had anywhere! This is a tiny “boutique” hotel, as different from the tourist chains as one can imagine.”

Alpine Cols June 2023

Key Facts

  • Secure bike storage, workshop space and tools
  • Links with bike shops and mechanics for renting bikes and repairs
  • Central location with easy access to key climbs and routes
  • Cycling route recommendations
  • Massages available
  • Substantial buffet and hot breakfast, served early when requested
  • Bed & breakfast basis, with evening meal and/or afternoon tea available on request
  • Exclusive use of The Farmhouse possible for large groups, cycling tours and events
  • Conference room available for post-ride briefings
  • 1.5 hours from Geneva airport, which has frequent flights from London and most major airports in Europe

Cycling Events
And Private Tours

We are geared up for cycling groups, coaching camps and events. Exclusive use of the hotel includes 11 ensuite rooms, providing accommodation for up to 21 cyclists in shared rooms.

Along with our excellent bike facilities, we offer breakfast, afternoon tea and a 4 course evening meal all focused towards a cycling diet.

We also have excellent links with Morzine’s strong cycling community of cycling guides, bike mechanics and shops.

road cycling in morzine at the french alps with mont blanc at the background

Train In The Wake Of
Top Cycling Champions

The Portes du Soleil is known as one of the most scenic cycling destinations in the world.

Our famous mountain passes and cols have hosted the Tour de France more than 21 times since 1975, and regularly stage the Critérium du Dauphiné, along with a number of Cyclosportives. Alongside these great Alpine climbs are a number of easier routes, which make the most of our beautiful (flatter) valleys and proximity to Lake Geneva.

For this reason, cyclists of all levels and abilities come to Morzine to enjoy the stunning routes the area is known for.

Classic Cycling Routes
From Morzine

“My third stay, but the first for seven long years. Has anything changed? No, thank heavens. It’s as blissful as ever, with the old team and the new caring for their guests with absolute perfection.”

Marion, UK 2023

Plan your next cycling trip

The Farmhouse team offers a personalised service and a wealth of cycling knowledge, get in touch to plan your next cycling holiday.

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