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Take it Easy - You're on Holiday

Walking with just a day pack of essentials whilst having your bags carried between overnight stops, makes the walking much easier and more enjoyable.

Also you can pack a few more 'luxuries' without having to worry about the weight. Luggage Transfers Ltd are the only luggage transfer specialist covering the whole of the SWCP.

They deliver tens of thousands of walker’s bags each year which allows them to daisy chain and 'partner up' bookings to reduce their carbon footprint. They guarantee to be the cheapest luggage transfer specialist and your bags are also insured as part of the cost.

Using the service is simple, make a booking for your bag and leave it with the proprietor of your hotel, B&B or campsite before 9am. Luggage Transfers will then deliver it to your next night’s accommodation by 4pm. The cost is a very reasonable, generally £15 for the first 2 bags, and £4 for each additional bag.

To book your luggage transfer go to their website and from the home page click on the Booking enquiry link, and they will then do the rest.

Also if you are looking for places to stay, their website has details of hundreds of B&Bs and hotels close to the path, and can arrange long-stay car parking.

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