Superb accommodation, excellent food with a choice of over 250 Charming 17th century coaching inn with a relaxing and cosy Nowadays, it remains one of the most popular Christian pilgrim sites in Europe. accreditation. Cheers. Excellent evening meal at village pub 600m away 30 en-suite bedrooms and serving food all day every day using local and Scottish produce in this family owned and run hotel. Located directly on the St Cuthbert�s and Pennine Ways we know how to look after walkers needs. area, with hot tub, in sunny garden. From Jedburgh head out to rejoin the St Cuthberts Way, still following Dere Street. , The Friars,Jedburgh,,TD8 6BN,- accommodation on St Cuthberts Way Nestled in the valley of Jed Water, Jedburgh is rich in history and architecture. refurbished with all the modern comforts and we have a walkers Welcome First and last accommodation Abbey. Today's first stop on St Cuthbert Way after just 3 miles is the Royal Burgh of Jedburgh. Come and join us and enjoy 4 star accommodation in our newly converted Mill and Granary. Follow the footsteps of St Cuthbert in this cross-border route from Melrose in the Scottish Borders to the island of Lindisfarne in the North Sea. Enjoy hearty home cooked breakfasts on our Aga cooker. : This website is sponsored by Walking Support. * St Cuthbert's early monastic life was at Old Melrose, approximately 4 Km to the east of Melrose and the western starting point of the Way. If you don’t mind walking an extra 4 km (2.5 miles) you can walk from Jedfoot via the Borders Abbeys Way. Allerton House: St Cuthbert's Way - Read 302 reviews, view 69 traveller photos, and find great deals for Allerton House at Tripadvisor. St Cuthberts Way: Meadhon Guest House - See 389 traveller reviews, 92 photos, and cheap deals for Meadhon Guest House at Tripadvisor. Family run newly refurbished 4* Inn. Two minutes walk from St Cuthberts Way. 5 ensuite bedrooms, restaurant, bar meals, packed lunches & drying facilities. We look forward to meeting you. There are pleasant views of the Cheviot Hills as you continue through the border region to Cessford Castle, built in the 15th century by the Ker Clan. A697 in Wooler. The Christian community in Old Melrose was in existance in the 7th century, the Cistercian Abbey of Melrose was not built until the 12th century. Hoolet's Nest: St Cuthberts way - See 10 traveller reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Hoolet's Nest at Tripadvisor. Revitalise you tired limbs in our outdoor covered hot tub. Jedburgh Tourism Jedburgh Hotels Dietry requirements catered for. Transport available to local pubs. This stately Georgian home is surrounded by charming country gardens and provides all the modern amenities of the twenty-first century while preserving the character of its nineteenth century era. Day 4: Jedburgh to Morebattle | 13 km. Secluded garden close to town centre, Jedburgh Abbey and Castle. any holiday. Day one- Melrose to Jedburgh « Previous Entry. Very friendly dog lives here. on the mainland for Holy Island and the St Cuthbert's Way. Set on a hill with fabulous views over historic Jedburgh yet only a few minutes walk into town. St Cuthbert's Way runs from Melrose Abbey in the Scottish Borders to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the coast of Northumberland in England. Jedburgh Roxburghshire. Our 4 star guest house accommodation has been Meadhon Guest House: St Cuthberts Way - See 386 traveller reviews, 92 candid photos, and great deals for Meadhon Guest House at Tripadvisor. situated just off the Holy Island Road. Full English breakfast included. Small secluded campsite 1/4 mile off route. Have luggage transfers, route notes, maps and accommodation bookings organised for you. available 7 days. St Cuthbert's Way. Tel Teresa Smalley - 01289 3812789. Hoolet's Nest: St Cuthberts way - See 10 traveller reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Hoolet's Nest at Tripadvisor. Comfortable, warm accommodation available in this modernised house, built 1899. Free wi-fi, drying facilites + packed lunches available. Follow the footsteps of St Cuthbert in this easy-going walk of 62 miles (100 km) from Melrose Abbey in the Scottish Borders to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne in the North Sea. Hearty home cooked food, vegetarians and dietary requirements catered for. The beautiful long-distance St Cuthbert's Way, named after the monk and bishop Cuthbert of Lindisfarne, links Melrose Abbey and island of Lindisfarne (Holy Island), which runs through the Scottish Borders to the Northumberland region of England. set on the banks of the River Tweed in 10 acres of grounds. Packed lunches and drying room available on request. ; Northumberland is England’s northernmost county, right at the top of England.Bordering Scotland there is a long and interesting history to discover. Warm welcome with homemade cake and tea on arrival. ... General travel information on the St Cuthbert’s Way area will be in your holiday pack including train and bus timetables where available. Beautiful location. A warm welcome awaits you at Airenlea 4 star accommodation. well equipped and peaceful accommodation in beautiful surroundings. Most people walking St. Cuthbert’s Way spend either their first or second night along the route at Jedburgh, which offers a wide choice of accommodation and facilities. The Black Bull Hotel is a 17th century coaching inn retaining much of its original character. From Melrose, an invigorating climb takes you over the iconic Eildon Hills whose triple peaks are one of the best loved landmarks in the Scottish Borders. St Cuthbert’s Way is a famous historic self-guided walking trail crossing the borders between Scotland and the Northumberland countryside. Traditional 3 STAR Country House Hotel set in 6 acres of wooded They'll set you up for the whole day! From Melrose, an invigorating climb takes you over the iconic Eildon Hills whose triple peaks are one of the best loved landmarks in the Scottish Borders. reasonably priced wines. About This Route. The ideal place to stay before you start or A beautiful dinner at Capon Tree to nicely cap off a tough day. St Boswells to Harestanes/Jedburgh. Once we reach Kirk Yetholm you will again be transferred back to Berwick upon Tweed (included in the price) view terms Excellent facilities. We stopped in Jedburgh because it has the only accommodation near St Cuthbert’s Way at a reasonable distance from St Boswells, but it is worth a visit in its own right with both the Jedburgh Abbey (founded 1138) and the fortified house in which Mary Queen of Scots resided in 1566. baggage transfer. An Please call if evening meals are required. You will be charged a luggage delivery fee but you will not be charged a booking fee for this stop. There are pleasant views of the Cheviot Hills as you continue on through the border region to Cessford Castle, built in the 15th century by the Ker Clan. St. Cuthbert’s Way. look no further than Allerton House.. for a warm friendly welcome!! During your adventure, you will visit places closely associated with St Cuthbert’s life. Peacefully The majority of our luxurious bedrooms look out over the ruins of Dryburgh The Tankerville Arms Hotel is situated just off the Situated just off the St Cuthbert's Way at the foot off Yeavering Bell, we offer comfortable, ideal base for the unspoilt attractions of Bamburgh, Holy Island, If you have accommodation already arranged in Jedburgh, St Cuthbert's Way, please enter the details here so that we can arrange All rooms have ensuite facilities and stunning panoramic views overlooking the Abbey, Castle and town centre. A short road walk out of Jedburgh takes you onto St Cuthbert’s Way, which runs from Melrose Abbey to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, tracing the route of Saint Cuthbert in life, and also the travels of his various coffins after his death as the community of faithful tried to protect his relics from Danish predations. and memorable. St Cuthbert’s Way is a historical self-guided walking tour through the Scottish Borders and Northumberland countryside. Large outdoor seating Any suggestions for cheapish B&B accommodation for the 2nd night in Jedburgh and at the end of the trail on Holy Island (which all looks quite expensive)? “We have thoroughly enjoyed walking the St Cuthbert's Way, albeit challenging at times… Highlights were staying/visiting Jedburgh, the walking territory and views on the Scottish side of the border, and of course walking across the sands following the Pilgrim route to finish at Holy Island. We stopped in Jedburgh because it has the only accommodation near St Cuthbert’s Way at a reasonable distance from St Boswells, but it is worth a visit in its own right with both the Jedburgh Abbey (founded 1138) and the fortified house in which Mary Queen of Scots resided in 1566. The St Cuthbert’s Way begins in Melrose, the location of the Celtic monk St Cuthbert’s early monastic life and ends in Lindisfarne (Holy Island), the area of his later ministry and death. Book your full St Cuthbert's Way package now. It is an attractive small town and has been a 'Royal Burgh' for 700 years. It finishes at the shores of the Holy Island, where St Cuthbert served as Bishop. Way passes within 100 yards) we boast excellent cuisine, an indoor Caddy Mann Restaurant is a two minute walk away and is open Friday and Saturday night, bookings recommended. One of Scotland’s Great Trails, and a powerful avenue for pilgrimage.St Cuthbert began his religious life at Melrose; this picturesque town is therefore a fitting site for your beginning. Starting from Melrose puts the prevailing (south-westerly) winds behind you, and Lindisfarne makes a splendid destination, but it can be completed in either direction. See more ideas about st cuthbert, cuthbert, jedburgh. The St Cuthbert’s Way begins in Melrose, the location of the Celtic monk St Cuthbert’s early monastic life and ends in Lindisfarne (Holy Island), the area of his later ministry and death. St Cuthberts way: Hoolet's Nest - See 10 traveller reviews, photos, and cheap deals for Hoolet's Nest at Tripadvisor. St Cuthbert’s Way – 62 miles – 6 Days – Melrose to Lindisfarne. Holy Island. Jedburgh Tourism Jedburgh Accommodation The location is ideally situated for walkers and has great potential but in its current state I would definitely not recommend. Jedburgh Roxburghshire. grounds and walled garden on the edge of Budle Bay and overlooking Packed lunches and drying facilities available. Being in the centre and alongside the Way this is an ideal location for an overnight stop. St Cuthbert's Way runs from Melrose Abbey in the Scottish Borders to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the coast of Northumberland in England. We have a large bungalow situated in a garden. It's well positioned in the heart of the market town Wooler. The route climbs over the fringes of the Eildon Hills before following stretches of the mighty River Tweed and the Roman Dere Street. St Cuthberts way: Hoolet's Nest - See 10 traveller reviews, photos, and cheap deals for Hoolet's Nest at Tripadvisor. It goes beside the banks of the lovely River Tweed, includes a section of Roman road and passes ruined abbeys, castles and hill forts. Oxnam Road, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, TD8 6QQ - St Cuthbert's Way. ! This was founded in 1138 by David I for monks from Beauvais in France, it occupies a commanding position overlooking the river. Freshly prepared lunches and evening meals are served in our cosy public bar. St Cuthbert's Way. pool and first class service. TD8 6AS Tel: 01835 869633 e-mail:info@allertonhouse.co.uk www.allertonhouse.co.uk Owners: Brian & Val Leask B&B If you are looking for a deep hot bath and luxurious comfortable bed to rest your tired body whilst you are walking St cuthberts Way then look no further than Allerton House.. for a warm friendly welcome! bed to rest your tired body whilst you are walking St cuthberts Way then ! St Cuthbert’s Way is so much more than a pilgrimage route. St. Cuthbert’s Way starts at the gates of the magnificent 12 th century Melrose Abbey in the lively Borders town of Melrose. Linear, between Melrose and Lindisfarne. Jedburgh Tourism Jedburgh Hotels A delightful 200 year old farmhouse with walled garden. This 2 star hotel is located in the centre of Wooler. TD8 6AS Tel: 01835 869633 e-mail:info@allertonhouse.co.uk www.allertonhouse.co.uk Owners: Brian & Val Leask B&B If you are looking for a deep hot bath and luxurious comfortable bed to rest your tired body whilst you are walking St cuthberts Way then look no further than Allerton House.. for a warm friendly welcome! Drying facilities for wet walking gear. The walk across the sands onto the beautiful Holy Island of Lindisfarne, with its ruined … If you are looking for a deep hot bath and luxurious comfortable Meadhon Guest House: St Cuthberts Way - See 389 traveler reviews, 92 candid photos, and great deals for Meadhon Guest House at Tripadvisor. An ideal base for all manner of country pursuits (St Cuthbert's Day 1 (19 miles) St. Cuthbert’s Way starts at the gates of the magnificent 12th century Melrose Abbey in Melrose. Start or finish in Melrose and you will find the G&A in the centre of the Town. Coming into the town from the south (you will be coming from the North) the visitor will pass the ancient Capon Tree and greeted by the majestic sight of the ruin of Jedburgh Abbey. I'm planning to walk the St Cuthberts Way in May 2010 - staying at Melrose (1st night), Kirk Yetholm (3rd night) and Wooler Youth Hostels (4th night). It finishes with a memorable walk across coastal flats to spectacular Holy Island, one of Europe’s most famous Christian sites. If you would like to visit Jedburgh, an attractive town with many interesting sites including a grand ruined abbey, Jedburgh Castle Jail … Best to walk or taxi a further 2 miles to Jedburgh Luxury rooms with ensuite facilities. Hoolet's Nest is situated in the picturesque Scottish borders region, in close proximity to the peaceful Jedburgh, Melrose and Kelso, home to some of the most beautiful abbeys and full of history. This stately Georgian home is surrounded by charming country gardens and provides all the modern amenities of the twenty-first century while preserving the character of its nineteenth century era. The route climbs over the fringes of the Eildon Hills before following stretches of the mighty River Tweed and the Roman Dere Street. Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is a red sandstone baronial mansion breathtakingly Friendly, family run inn directly on the St Cuthbert's Way route. We offer 3 spacious en-suite bedrooms all fully equipped with television, hair dryers and all tea/coffee making facilities. It also offers you an insight into the turbulent history between Scotland and England which existed in this area. St Cuthbert's Way is just 400 yards away. Any suggestions for cheapish B&B accommodation for the 2nd night in Jedburgh and at the end of the trail on Holy Island (which all looks quite expensive)? We stayed at Allerton House, nice rooms and staff. Medhon House is a 17th Century stone built house with a large secluded garden. at the end of this walk. Accommodation, luggage transfer and custom holiday pack included. We provide comfortable en-suite accommodation with a full cooked breakfast. St Cuthbert is regarded as the patron saint of Northumberland and was one of the most important medieval saints. quality bedrooms and a strong desire to make your stay both enjoyable Located just over a mile from the A1 makes us an ideal base for St Cuthbert’s Way is one of Scotland’s Great Trails, and it crosses the Scotland-England border on high ground east of the Yetholms. The extensive defences were due to the proximity to the English border. Accommodation and Services, Factsheets and Chat Save time and money by using our booking service. St Cuthbert's Way -Essential information for anyone intending to walk the St Cuthbert's Way long distance National Trail in Northern England. In addition, instead of backtracking along the Borders Abbey’s Way to where we had left St Cuthbert’s Way to walk into Jedburgh we decided to take a taxi back to what is locally known as the “bridge”, a well known drop off and pick up for hikers on St Cuthbert’s Way. Pictures on alternate accommodation website: www.luxuryletborders.com. Finally in Jedburgh but too late to see what the city had to offer. ; Northumberland has more castles than any other English county, it is a legacy of the rich history of this region. I'm planning to walk the St Cuthberts Way in May 2010 - staying at Melrose (1st night), Kirk Yetholm (3rd night) and Wooler Youth Hostels (4th night). We stayed one evening whilst walking St cuthberts way. From Jedburgh head out to rejoin the St Cuthberts Way, still following Dere Street. Services Melrose, Jedburgh, Kirk Yetholm. atmosphere, situated in the heart of Northumbrian countryside. Fine food, excellent service, Three Star rated Guest House, offering comfortable accommodation all with en-suite facilities. Large hearty English breakfast provided. Jan 1, 2020 - Explore Jac Grey's board "St Cuthbert’s Way" on Pinterest. Allerton House is a 4 Star guest house located in the historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh. Explore St Cuthbert's Way at your own pace on a self-guided walking holiday. Cheviot View is a dlightful bed & breakfast maintained to the highest standards. Wireless broadband. 9a Dere Street- Towford to Jedburgh 28 9b Dere Street St Boswells to Jedburgh 30 (also St Cuthberts Way) A section of St Cuthberts Way 33 Harestanes paths 36 - Cricket Pitch route-Folly Loch and Peniel Heugh The Justice Trail 38 Dere Street Dash Lanton Loop The Jedburgh Circular Riding Route 40 Western Route and Eastern Loop various 42 Meadhon Guest House: St Cuthberts Way - See 389 traveller reviews, 92 candid photos, and great deals for Meadhon Guest House at Tripadvisor. century stone built home. Meadhon Guest House: St Cuthberts Way - Read 378 reviews, view 92 photos, and find great deals for Meadhon Guest House at Tripadvisor Jedburgh Tourism Jedburgh Hotels A warm welcome awaits walkers on the St Cuthbert's Way at our 17th Day 4: Jedburgh to Morebattle. Allerton House is a 4 Star guest house located in the historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh. Dating back to Roman times, the countries were divided into two with the erection of the impressive Hadrian’s Wall further south. Spectacular views over rolling countryside and the sea. Jedburgh Abbey The extensive defences were due to the proximity to the English border. The Cheviots and Scottish Borders. The walk across the sands onto the beautiful Holy Island of Lindisfarne, with its ruined … Jedburgh Tourism Jedburgh Hotels Situated in the Valley of the Jed Water, Jedburg is a perfect example of a medieval border town, being only 16 km/10 niles from the border itself at Carter Bar. “We have thoroughly enjoyed walking the St Cuthbert's Way, albeit challenging at times… Highlights were staying/visiting Jedburgh, the walking territory and views on the Scottish side of the border, and of course walking across the sands following the Pilgrim route to finish at Holy Island. 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