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Wowed By St Cuthbert's Cave

Walked to the cave from a stay at Middleton Hall, such a lovely walk and stunned when we found the... read more

Reviewed October 14, 2016
gill h
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Whitley Bay, United Kingdom
Challenging but Captivating , Mesmerising & Memorable , Stunning & Scenic !

St Cuthberts Way .... Wow , such a wonderful experience ... lush moorland, humps , clumps, rivers... read more

Reviewed September 19, 2016
dpr6
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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Oct 14, 2016
“Wowed By St Cuthbert's Cave”
Sep 19, 2016
“Challenging but Captivating , Mesmerising & Memorable , Stunning & Scenic !”
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Reviewed October 14, 2016

Walked to the cave from a stay at Middleton Hall, such a lovely walk and stunned when we found the huge rock formations and the beautiful cave with views across the valley. So impressive will be recommending to friends as such a short distance from...More

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Reviewed September 19, 2016

St Cuthberts Way .... Wow , such a wonderful experience ... lush moorland, humps , clumps, rivers, becks , bridges, climbs, bogs, stiles, castles & history ... :)

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Reviewed August 1, 2016

The pathway is indeed no good. Disabled people and needs urgent attention it's totally over grown starting from car park at Holburn grange,,brambles and hogwart could not make more then 150 yards so very sad not to see the cave reason disabled and could have...More

Thank DJCNorthumberland
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Reviewed September 7, 2015

I walked the route with a couple of girlfriends at the end of August 2015. Mickledore organised it for us to complete it in 4 days. They were pretty good actually and set us up in 4 great B&B's/hotels en-route and organised onward bag transfers....More

Thank sunshineladyLondon
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Reviewed June 23, 2015 via mobile

Didn't walk the path but did visit the cave. Pleasant 1/2 mile walk with beautiful views. Cave a little spoilt by graffiti but still recommend if you are in the area. There is a free national trust car park and the cave is signposted from...More

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Reviewed August 10, 2014

First off, don't be fooled by the title - you don't need to have any particular interest in St. Cuthbert to do this walk - it's simply a very well put-together long distance path, taking in Roman roads; the Eildon Hills (which you can watch...More

1  Thank Jane B
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Reviewed September 11, 2013

Excellent 62 mile footpath through beautiful, diverse countryside and attractive towns and villages crossing the Scotland/England border on the way. A few ascents that take a little time but nothing too strenuous. Marking and organization of the way is exceptionally good throughout. Walked from Melrose...More

3  Thank Jack_Bosworth
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Reviewed August 17, 2013

I completed this 63 mile / 102 km walk in 4.5 days in April 2013 and got all kinds of weather. My schedule was Melrose - Jedfoot - Kirk Yetholm - Wooler - Fenwick - Lindisfarne. The walk is varied with stretches of road, river...More

4  Thank DesignerWoman
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Reviewed March 9, 2012

I have to start by explaining that my wife and I walked St C`s from Holy Island to Melrose , in otherwords backwards. We did this on purpose so that we could finish our walk in Melrose with a well earned , relaxing weekend stay...More

5  Thank redimondo
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Reviewed October 1, 2011

This is a lovely and largely unspoilt area. We walked part of the Way, over 4 days, from Kirk Yetholm to Holy Island (Lindesfarne) in late September 2011. We stayed in some great B and B's, enjoyed fabulous weather ( we were very lucky in...More

4  Thank Carole37
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Lucy A
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Response from dpr6 | Reviewed this property |
Hi - I would say 2 days is a BIG ask - 3 would be my minimum suggestion , you cannot underestimate the mileage - it is gruelling - maybe double up on day one Melrose to Jedburgh - maybe double up at end Wooler to Holy... More
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