Jedburgh hotels

Jedburgh hotels

Jedburgh The Jedburgh hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Jedburgh. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of Jedburgh hotels and/or the surrounding area.

The Historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh, once a residence of Scottish kings, lies 10 miles north of the border with England. Jedburgh offers an attractive setting to follow the town trail, take a riverside walk or browse amongst the shops in the colourful renovated buildings in the Market Place and Canongate. Jedburgh Abbey on the banks of the Jed Water was founded in 1138 by David I and was damaged many times and rebuilt. The Church is mainly in the Romanesque and early Gothic styles and is remarkably complete. Situated in the town centre is Mary Queen of Scot's house which tells the story of the life of the tragic Queen, who visited Jedburgh in 1556, staying in this Bastle House formerly owned by the Kerr family. Jedburgh has a 9 hole golf course, the Waterside Fitness Centre with swimming pool gym, sauna suite and sunbed room, Jedburgh Sports Centre offers 3 badminton court areas available for various indoor games. There are also facilities for rock climbing and a dry ski slope. Also see Jedburgh. If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation you want on this page, you might consider bed and breakfast in Jedburgh

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Allerton House, Oxnam Rd, Jedburgh, TD8 6QQ
Book Online 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.more details Allerton House Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

The Royal Hotel, 21-23 Canongate, Jedburgh , TD8 6AN
Book Online In the Scottish Borders, The Royal Hotel is a former 19th-century coaching inn located in the centre of Jedburgh. It offers free Wi-Fi and comfortable rooms with flat-screen TVs. The rooms at The Royal Hotel all feature shower rooms and work desks.more details The Royal Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Visitor attractions and information for Jedburgh

visitor attractions

AttractionsJedburgh Abbey. Tel: 01835 863925 One of the four great Border Abbeys, founded by David I. The visitor centre contains the priceless Jedburgh Comb and other artefacts found during the excavation of the Abbey site. Historic Scotland charges apply. In the centre of Jedburgh.

Jedburgh Abbey

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Attractions Mary Queen of Scots House, Queen Street, Jedburgh Admission charges apply. Tel:01835 86331. The house was visited by Mary in October 1566 and is situated in a garden of pear trees. The rooms contain tapestries, oil paintings, furniture, arms and armour and some of Mary's possessions, arranged in narrative sections. One of Scotlands top visitor attractions, nowhere else is the story of Mary, Queen of Scots told and interpreted so fully. In the centre of Jedburgh.

Mary Queen of Scots House

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Attractions Jedforest Deer and Farm Park, Camptown, Jedburgh TD8 6PL Tel: 01835 840364 The park is situated in 800 acres of beautifull rolling hills in the Scottish Borders. Magnificent herds of deer, a large conservation collection of rare breeds of sheep, pigs, cattle, chickens and ducks. Falconry Scotland is based here with eagles, hawks, falcons, eagle owls and smaller owls, all be seen flying during the open season. www.falconryscotland.co.uk. About 5 miles south of Jedburgh.

Jedforest Deer and Farm Park

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For hotels accommodation in other areas near to Jedburgh Scottish Borders see Kelso hotels & Wooler hotels.

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