Cyclists can follow the same London 2012 Olympic routes blazed by Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish at Foxhills Club & Resort.
The historic Surrey resort was the base for Team GB road cyclists at the 2012 showpiece with the nearby routes used for training and also forming the part of the Olympic route, which saw Wiggins and Froome take gold and bronze medals respectively in the men's time trial.
As an official resort partner of the Tour of Britain and home to both Team GB and Team Sky in recent years, Foxhills has shown its commitment to cycling - both at amateur and elite level.
And the exclusive velo weekend break (starting from £220 per person) allows guests to follow those same routes and indulge in the same training or relaxation facilities, which played a pivotal role for Britain's top cyclists.
The package includes overnight accommodation with an upgrade available to stay in the actual rooms used by Team GB's road racers during the 2012 Olympics.
Full use of the country club facilities includes access to spin and other fitness classes, watt bikes, gym and health spa with swimming pools, hot tub, steam room and sauna.
Away from the saddle, guests can also make use of the other sports and leisure facilities with a golf driving range, the par three Manor golf course, tennis and squash and can upgrade to play either or both of the two Championship golf courses at the resort.
A full English breakfast in the Manor Restaurant or a pre-ride breakfast with recommendations from British Cycling's head nutritionist are also on the menu, while cyclists are invited to join the Foxhills Cycling Club, with rides leaving 8am on Sunday mornings.
A cycling goodie bag, including water bottle, high energy snack, post-ride Elemis Muscle Soak for your bath and Olympic Road Race route map. Recommendations are also available for up to four cycling routes during your stay, ranging from 28 to 60 miles
Prices start from £220 per room per night, based on two people sharing a standard double or twin room.
For more information, email email@example.com, telephone 01932 704500 or visit foxhills.co.uk.