30 September 2015

Bikers Loft - Overview

I can't say that I have ever stayed in biker specific accommodation before.  That's not to say I don't like the idea, it's just that anywhere I have been across Europe for the better part of 40 years, I have only ever been turned away from one place, and that was a restaurant in St Tropez! Generally, Europe is far more biker-friendly that the UK.

That said, the Loft is a good idea for a social event like we had over the weekend.  The place was full with different biker groups staying there.  As a former woollen factory it is on the edge of the village. From the loading doors on the front of the building that now act as windows to the bar area to the parking in the warehouse section, and the rooms on two sides on two floors.

Bikers Loft
In the centre, there is a strange looking adobe building that houses the showers, male and female.

It all works though.


  1. I think it is a novel idea to have a biker/motorcycle haven, but at the same time I wonder what happens when several different types of riders book at the same time? Does everyone play nice?

  2. There wwre many different groups there at the weekend. It was actually full. There was a large group from the UK, fro, Essex just to the north of us in Kent, all on Harley's. Plus smaller groups from Holland and Belgium. Everyone got on okay. I don't think that what we call patch clubs were there. No attitude, no hassle.


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