The Berwickshire Coastal Path can easily be combined with another trail to extend your walking holiday. From the end of the trail at Berwick-upon-Tweed, you could continue south on the Northumberland Coast Path to discover the sandy beaches and wonderful castles of north east England. Or why not continue from Dunbar onto the John Muir Way to discover one of Scotland's newest and most varied long-distance walking trails?
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On top of its natural beauty, this coastline is dotted with bustling, charming fishing villages. Colourful fishing boats are packed into busy quays at St Abbs and Eyemouth, which are a hive of activity throughout the day. These havens offer shelter not just for ships, but for weary walkers too - I highly recommend berthing at Ebb Carr's Cafe in St Abbs to refuel.
Private Group Tours. A Good First Trail For those with less experience of long-distance walking, this relatively easy trail makes a perfect first venture into the addictive world of long-distance walking. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. I am the author of this book.
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Pamela St. Pamela St Abbs has lived in Scotland for over ten years. She is married and has a grown up daughter and son.
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The first Inspector Campbell mystery, Smoke Shadows, was inspired by the Norfolk scenery Pamela was surrounded by while she was growing up. Water Weal grew from working on the Fens of Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Back in the village, I was sitting dozing in the sun when William came up to tell me his life story. At 88 years he has had two sticks and two wives, he told me in his Sussex accent. He was born 2 months after his parents were married, he explained, which was why they left the place of his birth, but later they were forgiven and returned.
He was drawn to speak to me with my rucksack beside me because he is a lifelong member of the Berwick Ramblers. After our conversation, the bus came into view and only then did I realise that I barely had any cash. What a fantastic gesture!
I felt taller and prouder inside and only at the end did I feel a twinge in the instep of my left foot, otherwise no pain or difficulty at all. Less is more!
St Abbs diving
I advise you to walk in the other direction if you do not have a car and a friendly person to pick you up because there is nowhere to stay at Drylaw, only a car park, and it is too far 29 kms — remember that there are a lot of slopes and hills to walk from Eyemouth all the way to Cockburnspath. My timings: 2 hours on the bus from Edinburgh to Eyemouth; 1. You could probably do it quicker, but I savoured it all. There is almost no accommodation along the path excepting at Berwick-upon-Tweed. If you know of any other than the bunkhouse below please do let me know and I will add it to the blog later.
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A Short Journey to St Abbs by Pamela St. Abbs
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Skip to content Walking without a dog - travels in Scotland. The Journey As I left Edinburgh on the bus at 8am , almost everyone else was going to Monday morning work.
This stretch has the second highest cliffs on the east coast of Britain Note to those who might want to do this: leaving Eyemouth A giant red forehead looks out over Eyemouth Harbour and sands Eyemouth to Coldingham I visited the site of two forts: one English and the other French , neither of which survived due to changes to the Crown of the day. Scottish Borders I inhaled the smell of brine and sun-warmed turf. Rock strata of varying hues The wind was so strong that it moved my camera as I pointed it. Jagged rocks The wildflowers were all yellow here the photo was not good enough to use : celandine, dandelion, daffoldils and gorse.
Coldingham Coldingham Sands Coldingham Sands — a blue flag beach In Memory of Isabel Cowe , well known business woman and suffragist Here I saw my first bluebells of as I climbed very steeply up behind the beach huts and past the bed and breakfast now a private house where I stayed for my birthday with Lesley a few years ago.