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Spread Eagle Hotel


Situated on the main street of the historic town of Jedburgh, The Spread Eagle Hotel is housed in a restored listed building, enhanced with modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi and free parking.

Rooms at The Spread Eagle have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffee making facilities.

Phone: 01835 863133
Web: www.spreadeaglehotel.top

Allerton House


Allerton Guest House in Jedburgh is a welcoming Georgian house set in a lovely, sizeable garden giving the impression that it's in the middle of the country when in fact it's just off the main A68 trunk road and only 5 minutes walk from the centre of the attractive Borders town of Jedburgh. With just six rooms, the atmosphere is personal and informal whilst the standards come up to those required in these modern days for both business and leisure visitors.

The spacious rooms are all en suite and are equipped with free wi-fi, digital television, iron, hairdryer and, of course, tea and coffee making facilities.  There are healthy and vegetarian options for breakfast.

Phone: 01835 869633
Web: allertonhouse.co.uk

The Royal Hotel


The Royal Hotel is a small, independent hotel in Jedburgh town centre and has been welcoming guests for almost 200 years. Updated for the comfort of today’s travellers, all of our rooms are en-suite, with flat screen TV, beverages and biscuits and of course free WiFi!

Guests can enjoy a full Scottish cooked breakfast. Breakfast is included in the standard room rates.

Phone: 01835 863152
Web: www.royalhoteljedburgh.com

Hundalee House


Hundalee is a large historic manor house set in approximately 15 acres of secluded woodland and gardens, just south of Jedburgh.

We have been here doing Bed & Breakfast for 30 years and we love the place and firmly believe that it should be shared with others. The house is decorated in a charming Victorian style but with all modern facilities.

All the rooms are en-suite, with hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities, dressing gowns, TV, and free WiFi.

Phone: 01835 863011
Web: www.accommodation-scotland.org

Meadhon House


Meadhon House is a unique 17th century townhouse, very close to Jedburgh town centre, with great views of the historic town, including Jedburgh Abbey and the Castle Jail.  Secure parking for bikes is available.

5 charming, individual, en suite rooms with free Wifi, TV, hairdryer and hospitality tray. 

After a good nights sleep, enjoy a delicious freshly prepared and cooked breakfast.

Phone: 01835 862504
Web: www.meadhon.co.uk

Bairnkine Farm


Two holiday cottages, Owl Cottage (sleeps six) and Wild Rose Cottage (sleeps five) located on a 1100 acre farm.

Just along our farm drive and with superb views over the countryside towards the Cheviots, we have developed a certificated site for Caravan Club members where we can take up to five touring caravans at any one time. Both the cottages and the van park have Wi-Fi for Internet connectivity.

This rural location offers you the tranquility of the countryside yet is only a few minutes drive from the Borders town of Jedburgh and only an hour's drive from Edinburgh, Newcastle and Carlisle. We are never far away and always happy to help and advise on places to go and things to do.

Web: www.bairnkinecottages.co.uk

The Capon Tree


Why not make a night of it and stay at The Capon Tree?
Enjoy some drinks, a lovely meal and then some good quality sleep.

All rooms are designed to provide you with everything you need to relax, unwind and recharge. All are ensuite with complimentary luxury toiletries, tea/coffee facilities, free wi-fi, flatscreen tv and hairdryer.

Phone: 01835 869 596
Web: www.thecapontree.com

Larkhall Burn


Purpose built one, two and three bedroom cottages very close to the centre of Jedburgh. Each cottage is fitted out to a very high standard. Set in several acres of gardens, providing a relaxing and secluded holiday haven, each property offers commanding views over the surrounding countryside.

2 night minimum stay.  On-site parking.  Free Wi Fi.

Phone: 01835 862040
Web: www.borderbreaks.co.uk