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Food and drink along the Way

    Food and drink

    Meals must be paid for as taken and are not included in any itinerary packages supplied by

    Dining Along the Way - If you have an itinerary supplied by us then this will stipulate which accommodation providers will supply an evening meal (AP - Available with accommodation provider), which locations you will be required to eat locally (AL - Available locally) and which accommodation providers will supply an evening meal due to there being no options available (MPO - Meal pre ordered), the likely locations for this are Castle Kennedy, Wanlockhead, Longformacus and Cockburnspath.

    We would advise anyone wishing to confirm any arrangements or to advise accommodation providers of any special dietary requirements to contact the accommodation provider directly.

    Upon confirmation of your booking with us we do ask for special requirements and will pass on this basic information on on your behalf.

    Packed Lunches

    Should you require a packed lunch please advise your accommodation provider the evening before or on arrival. These must be paid for before departure.

    Some locations do have local shops were food can be purchased but be aware that they may not be open prior to you leaving the next day. These are: Portpatrick, St Johns Town of Dalry, Sanquhar, Moffat, Gala/Melrose.

    Packed lunches must be paid for as taken and are not included in any packages supplied by
    Take enough food and drink for each member of your group

    Always take reserve supplies

    Simple, high energy foods are ideal i.e. chocolate, dried fruits, cheese and biscuits

    Drink a sufficient amount of water especially if walking on a hot day

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