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Coast to Coast sponsored walk accommodation update

Details of our coast to coast accommodation

Quite a number of people have asked about accompanying us for some of the Coast to Coast walk. I now have the details of our coast to coast accommodation for each night so if you are considering coming along you can contact the B&B directly to check for vacancies.

Saturday 30th April St Bees hours miles Stonehouse Farm, 133 Main St St Bees CA27 0DE
Sunday 1st May Ennerdale Bridge 7 14 Thorn Trees, Ennerdale Bridge, CA23 3AR
Monday 2nd Seatoller 7 14.5 The Glaramara Centre, Seatoller, Borrowdale CA12 5XQ,
Tuesday 3rd Patterdale 9 17.5 Grisedale Lodge, Grisedale Bridge, Patterdale CA11 0PJ
Wednesday 4th Shap 7 16 New Ing Lodge, Shap, CA10 3LX
Thursday 5th Kirkby Stephen 9 20 Fletcher House, Fletcher Hill Market Street, Kirkby Stephen CA17 4QQ
Friday 6th Keld 6 13 Keld Lodge Hotel, Keld DL11 6LL
Saturday 7th Reeth 5 11 The Manse, Reeth DL11 6SN
Sunday 8th Richmond 5 11 Willance House, 24 Frenchgate Richmond DL10 7AG
Monday 9th Ingleby Cross 9 23 Ingleside, Ingleby Arncliffe Northallerton DL6 3LN
Tuesday 10th Chop Gate (Clay Bank Top) 6 12.5 West Cote, Chop Gate TS9 7JF
Wednesday 11th Glaisedale 6 18.5 The Arncliffe Arms, 1 Glaisdale Terrace, Glaisdale, YO21 2QL
Thursday 12th Robin Hood’s Bay 8 19 Raven House, Victoria Terrace RHB YO22 4RJ

If you need distances between overnight stops you can check them out on this previous coast to coast post. Most days roughly average around 2 to 2.2 miles an hour – I’ve stuck the miles between stops and estimated time taken for people who might want to choose a leg based on time or distance. Some of them are toughies with lots of climbs and rough terrain.

If you do think you might want to come along please let me know.

All the coast to coast accommodation we are using get good reviews so I reckon we’ve done alright here. I’m particularly looking forward to Richmond which is a short day with lots of pubs at the end of it.We may of course not be interested in beer by then – body/temple etc. On the flipside the Richmond to Ingleby Cross day is a monster at 23 miles (unless you are in the commandos in which case it will be a stroll in the park) so beer may be off the menu the night before.

Donations are coming along nicely with this morning’s tally at £690. Remember the cause is Cancer Research UK in memory of my Mam who died one year ago to the start date of this walk and who was Chairman of Marown and District Branch of the IoM Anti Cancer Association. Dad thinks Cancer research is very well funded and that there are other equally deserving causes such as Alzheimers Disease. My view is that progress towards sorting cancer is coming along very well and the more we can throw at it at this moment the better.

JustGiving page is here.

Featured image courtesy of the Arncliffe Arms website. I’m sure they won’t mind.

Trefor Davies

By Trefor Davies

Liver of life, father of four, CTO of, writer, poet,

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