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Set in a grand Georgian house and landscaped gardens, Allerton House offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and cooked breakfasts. The pretty town centre of Jedburgh is a 5-minute walk away. Staff were amazing and accommodated my needs even putting on an early breakfast for myself as I was running Jedburgh 3peak ultra early in the morning
Set within 15 acres of rural woodland and gardens, this guest house is 1.5 miles from the centre of Jedburgh. Hundalee House has free WiFi and eggs from resident hens are served in the mornings. Beautiful house and grounds. The rooms and breakfast room had a lot of character, very special. Breakfast was excellent. The owners were available in interacting with the guests.
Situated a 15-minute walk from Jedburgh, St Ola features free WiFi and countryside views. At the bed and breakfast, the rooms feature a seating area. Lovely owners, immaculate room/bathroom, great location, excellent breakfast, we would recommend to anyone.
Castle Gate Apartment in Jedburgh provides accommodation with free WiFi, 21 km from Melrose Abbey, 42 km from Etal Castle and 49 km from Traquair House. The view from the lounge window, the helpful attitude of the owner, the space and layout of the flat.
Situated in Jedburgh and only 21 km from Melrose Abbey, Marys Garden View North features accommodation with garden views, free WiFi and free private parking. The facilities and location were fantastic. The kitchen had everything you need, including nice touches like milk and Scottish shortbread. We loved the ease of parking, the wifi speed was fast, apartment was very clean and spacious and lastly the bed and pillows were comfortable.
Located in Jedburgh in the Borders region, Tweed Cottage has a terrace and garden views. The property has been awarded a 4 star rating by Visit Scotland Quality Assurance and provides free WiFi. Everything - this cottage is truly home away from home. Easy walk to town, good parking and the cottage has everything you need for your stay. Would definitely stay again.
Jedburgh is a lovely small town well placed in the Borders for a number of nearby towns & villages. Further afield you have Edinburgh (1 hour away) , Newcastle or Carlisle for a day trip. The town has plenty for history lovers but you don't have to travel far if you want more. Our late November trip meant there were few places to eat in the evening, however we were there mid week.
Loved it! Plenty of things to do in the town itself and so much in within easy driving distance, Many different eateries from kebabs and chippies to pubs and smart restaurants. Everyone we spoke to was really friendly.
It a great small town with lots of history. Interesting shops. My only complaint is that what Appears to be the only food serving pub closed the kitchen at 5.30 pm on the Friday night as it was too hot and the chef decided to pack up. There are other restaurants but this was ordinary pub food which would have been perfect for us. I went for a very nice curry instead and planned to visit the pub for a drink after but it was completely closed at 9 pm. It was also closed on Saturday evening although it had been open in the day You can’t run a business properly if you close on a whim due to heat or whatever. There are many visitors in the town and I’m sure I wasn’t the only person wanting to visit. The large hotel on the Main street was also closed very early on the same night. These staff are loosing money for their employers. They should stop using covid, or as in this case being too hot as excuses not to provide a service. Town lovely and all good otherwise.
Hotel seemed to have been recently decorated and refurbished. The outside looked s bit tired but once inside we were pleasantly suprised st the standard of the decore. The staff were very friendly and efficient. The breakfast was very good and service was excellent despite the number of clients.
Jedburgh is an interesting little place in itself and is also a great place from which you can discover the borderlands areas and there are some beautiful and interesting places around. If you want to try Edinburgh it's not far, but we went in search of peace and quiet and were well rewarded.
Very interesting historic attractions which are all within reach of the main town square. A good selection of cafes and restaurants but quite a few were closed on the day we visited (Monday) which left us very few options for eating in. The town is pretty compact and easy to see in one day. We included Jedburgh as part of a short tour - we arrived at lunchtime, stayed overnight and left later the next morning and managed to see everything. We had excellent food in the Belter's Arms, the only pub open for an evening meal and would highly recommend it.
The Allerton is located right in Jedburgh within walking distance of the Abby and dining locations. The suite we had included a bedroom, a small kitchen area, a sitting room, and a bathroom with a shower and heated towel rack. The breakfast was what you would expect from and highly rated guest house. It was prepared extremely well. You sit at individual tables with your room name on a label for your table. The coffee comes in a French press and is excellent. We would stay here again should we ever have a reason to come back to Jedburgh.
The Location was brilliant and just 5 mins away from where my son lives. Lovely shops, cafes and pub restaurant's to eat out, beautiful walks along the river with your dog (if you have one) loved that you can bring your dog on holiday too. Historical buildings on the door step too. We were lucky as the Jedburgh festival started which was a bonus for us. Over all the Apartment was very clean, beds were comfortable couldn't ask for a better location. We had a lovely 3 night stay and would stay here again.
Great property, conveniently located with a short walk to the high street. The host made sure there was a small breakfast provided and the cottage is very well equipped for self-catering. Very clean and cosy, one of the best places we stayed in in Jedburgh. Super friendly host who made sure all was OK during our stay.
Our room was very clean and comfortable with both a decent sized bed and bathroom. The guest house is centrally located in Jedburgh within easy walking distance of the town’s historic sights Our hosts were very friendly and helpful and made a delicious cooked breakfast each morning.
Clearly a lot of love, time and effort out into this little place. Was clean, beautiful set out and extremely comfortable. Dog friendly, our pooch was super comfortable. Jackie was so friendly and welcoming. Really felt at home during our stay.
Lovely well kept and clean apartment. Close to all areas in the borders. Lovely restaurants near by for food choice. Plenty of walking routes in Jedburgh and surrounding towns.
Friendly staff giving good recommendations for dinner, good sized room, central location in Jedburgh. A lot better than Spread Eagle where I have stayed before at same price.
A comfortable clean room in a nice part of Jedburgh which was very convenient for the Borders Abbeys Way which we were doing. There was no problem with rucksacks, boots etc.
We both loved the fact that it was so clean and well kept in such a beautiful area. The owner was nice when they handed us the keys and showed us round the property.
A country house in a wonderful quiet location just outside Jedburgh. Excellent breakfast and Sheila the host is very welcoming and friendly.
Nice clean hotel, very friendly hospitable owners, would stay again