Jedburgh Hotels

Allerton House Bed and Breakfast Jedburgh

Rated excellent by guests, central Jedburgh Georgian stone 4 star guest house. Traditional style if a little dated. Owner Carole is rated the perfect host and ensures that visitors feel very welcome. Highly recommended!

Larkhall Burn Luxury Cottages Jedburgh

A self catering cottage situated on the hillside each with it's own balcony, affording views of the town and surrounding countryside.

The Spread Eagle Hotel Jedburgh

The oldest continuously licensed hotel in Scotland and still going strong after a 2006 renovation.


Jedburgh is a town in Scottish Borders, SE Scotland, on the Jed River.

The manufacture of rayon is the main industry of the town. The red sandstone ruins of an abbey founded in 1118 is a notable attraction in Jedburgh. Other notable buildings in the town include Mary, Queen of Scots' House and Jedburgh Castle Jail, now a museum. Jedburgh Castle Jail, built in the early 19th century is open to the public.

Borders traditions like the annual Callant's Rideout and bands of pipes  and drums add local colour, and delicacies include Jethart Snails and Jethart Pears. Another annual event is the Jethart Hand Ba' game. The Canongate Brig dates from the 16th century, and there are some fine riverside walks. The Capon Oak Tree is reputed to be 2000 years old, and Newgate Prison and the town spire  are among the town's older buildings. The town's industries included textiles, tanning  and glove-making, grain  mills, and electrical engineering.

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