We collect your bags every morning and drop them at your next stop the same day
St Cuthbert's Way is a 62-mile (100 km) walk through attractive and highly varied countryside between the Scottish Borders town of Melrose and Lindisfarne (Holy Island) off the coast of Northumberland.
The walk is named after a 7th century saint. Cuthbert was a native of the Borders who spent his life in the service of the church. He began his work at Melrose Abbey. He achieved the status of Bishop, and when he died he was buried on Holy Island. He was called a saint eleven years after his death, when his coffin was opened and his remains found to be perfectly preserved.
It is, of course, a compelling walk if you are interested in religious history. For more general historians there are the abbeys at Melrose, Jedburgh and Dryburgh, a Roman signalling station and a Roman road, not to mention the border itself, a violent battleground in the Middle Ages. And for everyone there is the excitement of the causeway, only passable at low tide, to Holy Island.
Let us do all the hard work - just choose where you want to stay. We'll make all the reservations, pick up your bags every morning and drop them at your destination the same afternoon
Arrange all the accommodation yourself - just tell us where you'll be staying each night. We'll collect your bags every day and they'll be waiting for you when you arrive at your next stop
Each trail planner contains details of travel, overnight stops, points of interest, suggested routes, relative distances and the services we can provide. Trail planners cost £5, but for each planner you download, we will take £5 off the cost of your booking on that trail