Dryburgh Abbey Hotel
Tel: 01835 822261
Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is a red sandstone baronial mansion breathtakingly
set on the banks of the River Tweed in 10 acres of grounds. St
Cuthbert's Way passes within 100 yards.
We boast excellent cuisine, an indoor pool and first class service.
Why not call by and enjoy some well deserved food and refreshments.
2 hhigh Street
Tel: 01668 283692
This restaurant is located through the arch beside the Black Bull Hotel.
Black Bull Inn
Tel: 01289 388228
Fax: 01289 388395
2 Wembley Terrace
Tel: 01896 822079
Fax: 01896 820093
St Cuthbert's Way Cards and framed photographs
We supply quality greetings cards with picture images from the St Cuthbert's Way in sets of 6, 8, 10, or 12.
We also provide framed photographs from the walk and other Scottish Border landscapes.
Order over the web, or by telephone.
Pilgrims Coffee House & Celtic Craft
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne
Berwick Upon Tweed
Tel: 01289 389109
Pilgrims has a beautiful walled garden with indoor and outdoor seating. We offer our own homemade cakes,snacks and light meals. Our selection of tea is vast, and our coffee is of the highest quality, come, enjoy and put your feet up!
Also visit our 'sister' shop Celtic Craafts and Sally's of Lindisfarne.
Also: Pilgrims cafe is next door for REAL coffee.
The "THREE HILLS" Roman Heritage Centre
Tel: 01896 822651/822463
Fax: 01896 823233
TRIMONTIUM - a site, an exhibition, a Walk!
Down Dingleton Road from St Cuthbert's Eildons lies Melrose Market
Square - a triangle, with Mercat Cross. Left is the Three Hills Roman
Heritage Centre, featuring the huge Romano-native complex at Newstead
village (one mile).
Aerial photos, panels, amazing gems and artefacts, Bill McLaren
audioguide, Mr Spock video.
Thursday p.m. guided site walk (plus tea) past Abbey to viadust