Lady Anne’s Way: Testimonials

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3 Responses

  1. Trevor Wain says:

    We used the Brigantes bag carrying service when we walked the Howgills and Limestone Trail in September 2014. It’s a fantastic walk, one of the best we have done, and Brigantes ‘went the extra mile’ to tailor arrangements to suit our specific requirements. Their service was second to none (and we have used others) and they were so friendly and helpful that we had no hesitation in choosing them for our Lady Anne’s Way walk this September. Again we required some non-standard arrangements which were dealt with without fuss and our bags were always waiting for us when we arrived at our overnight stops. It’s a good walk with varied scenery and terrain – though the frequent and tricky gated stiles in some sections can be a little trying! Our best accommodation was, without doubt, The Old Croft House in Kirkby Stephen where we also enjoyed the finest food at the nearby Pennine Hotel.

    We used Sheila Gordon’s guidebook which was faultless other than the fact that recent alterations at Calm Slate Farm (day 1), which is a huge ice cream parlour and children’s play park, forced us to seek guidance.

    Thank you Brigantes you do an excellent job.

    • Brigantes Support says:

      Thank you for your lovely post, we do our best to ensure all our clients are happy, and it is good to know that the extra time and effort we put in is appreciated. There are lots more walks for you to undertake, we are adding to the list on the website all the time, so we look forward to being of assistance again!

  2. kathryn brook says:

    Thank you Brigantes for moving our bags on The Lady Anne’s way, friendly and efficient. It is a walk I would highly recommend, the scenery and history both very enjoyable. It is a varied route with river walking, grassy farmland high level walking (Hawes area to Kirkby Stephen) with fantastic views, lovely villages and of course the various Castles and Halls that Lady Anne lived in and visited (in various state of ruin). We would recommend the official Guide Book by Sheila Gordon published by Skyware Press, the route description and maps are excellent and we would not have managed without it. A very enjoyable walk we would do again.
    Kathryn and Neil Sep 2016

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