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Tel code: 01835 | code search
Postcode: TD8 | code search
Population: 4000
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"Menu in window stated OPEN for lunch We entered to find no one around. Man about 35 arrived downstairs to say the bar was closed, so asked what food was available, only ..." More

Pheasant Public House
"We are from Blyth in Northumberland and we decided to get married in Jedburgh.We booked a meal for ourselves and 6 friends at the pheasant. The meal was outstanding, the ..." More

Allerton House
"Good Points: Clean, stylish, and a warm and personal welcome. General review: Good. Room was quite special/romantic, and the lounge with the log fire was lovely and cosy. Home comforts of ..." More

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Known as the Jewel of the Scottish Borders, The Royal Burgh of Jedburgh nestles peacefully in the valley of Jed Water, amongst glorious rolling countryside. Jedburgh, still referred to locally by its old Scots name "Jeddart", is a warm and welcoming place, with an almost timeless quality and where visitors are made to feel very much at home.
Discover a wealth of historical and architectural jewels: Jedburgh Abbey - Founded as a priory in 1138 by King David I, and ravaged by time and warfare in a turbulent 900 year history, the Abbey remains one of Scotland's most spectacular ancient monuments. Jedburgh Castle Jail - Built on the original site of the castle of Jedburgh, this 19th century jail is the only remaining example left in Scotland of a Howard Reform prison. Mary Queen of Scots House - The young Mary Stuart arrived in Jedburgh in 1566 to hold a Circuit Court and a 16th Century bastel house (fortified house) was put at her disposal, where the poignant story of the Queen's tragic life is now retold.
Visit The Capon Tree, a 1,000 year old hollow oak, one of the 50 most significant trees in the UK and one of the last survivors of the ancient Jed Forest. See the house where Bonnie Prince Charlie resided in 1745, and the site where the geologist James Hutton observed the Jedburgh Angular Unconformity and confirmed his theory of the formation of the Earth. Take a riverside walk passing by the Piper's House in Duck Row and the 16th Century Canongate Bridge. Sample Jethart Snails, a brown mint flavoured boiled sweet and local delicacy in the shape of a snail and said to have been introduced to the town by Napoleonic prisoners of war.
There is a lively calendar of local and community events including an International Blues Festival and annual Half-Marathon, with the highlight of the year being the two-week Jethart Callant's Festival in July. During the summer months, the Mercat Cross next to the Jubilee Fountain is the setting for The Royal British Legion Pipe Band and Jedforest Instrumental Band concerts. Population 4,000


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The Royal Hotel (0.25 miles)

The Royal Hotel
Once a 19th Century Coaching Inn, The Royal Hotel is now a comfortable family run hotel in the centre of Jedburgh - and ideal base to explore the tranquil countryside of the Scottish Borders. If ... More | visit website
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Larkhall Burn Cottages (0.32 miles)

Larkhall Burn Cottages

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Offer panoramic views over the historic town of Jedburgh and the Cheviot hills beyond. Situated in several acres of private grounds within a minute's walk of Jedburgh conservation town centre, ... More

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Glenbank House Hotel (0.55 miles)

Glenbank House Hotel
Family run hotel close to the town centre with Lounge Bar and Restaurant and ample private parking. The Historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh has one of the finest abbeys in Scotland.

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Allerton House (0.56 miles)

Allerton House

Allerton House is a 4 Star guest house located in the historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh. This stately Georgian home is surrounded by charming country gardens and provides all the modern amenities of the twenty-first ... More | visit website


Crailing Old School (2.60 miles)

Crailing Old School
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Feel the glow of the Scottish Borders and experience hospitality that you will always remember, here at Crailing Old School. Now converted to a charming private house and gardens, though retaining its original ... More
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Ancrum Craig (2.60 miles)

Ancrum Craig
Peaceful country home that everyone loves from the first visit with all the character of its Victorian past and all the comforts of today. Large garden with inviting seats and magnificent views. Ample car parking. Generous ... More | visit website
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St Cuthberts Barn (2.74 miles)

St Cuthberts Barn
St Cuthberts Barn is ideally situated next to the award winning Ancrum Pantry Farm Shop in the heart of Ancrum village.Ancrum is the perfect borders village with a pub, shop, green and church with a ... More | visit website
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Jedforest Hotel (3.45 miles)

Jedforest Hotel

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Excellent food and a warm welcome in the beautiful setting of the Scottish Borders, Over 30 Acres of gardens & grounds with our own fishing on the Jedwater and private ... More

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Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course (The) (6.01 miles)

Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course (The)

The Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course offers a unique duality of warmth and relaxation with grandeur and beauty. The atmosphere is one of being amongst friends in a family home; yet the surroundings are elegant and ... More | visit website

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Horse and Hound Country Inn (7.09 miles)

Horse and Hound Country Inn
We have 9 en-suite bedrooms tastefully decorated with superior accommodation having steam rooms. Our traditional country style restaurant offers the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy traditional Scottish Fayre. The Lounge Bar is spacious and ... More | visit website

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