Rural setting in a converted Steading only 1 mile from the historic town of Jedburgh, on the main A68 route from Newcastle to Edinburgh. We are just off the 4 Abbey ways route and st Cuthberts way. Modern accommodation ideal for travelling, walking, motorbike, golfing or cycling. With a large private sitting room with open fire for restful evenings. Breakfast is a help your self varied menu from toast to a full Scottish! A delightful, peaceful getaway with large garden available too.
“Nicolas places was amazing! The room was lovely and cozy with a big comfy bed. We had our own private living room which you could start your own log fire if you wanted to. Also had to choice between a bathroom and shower room. Met Nicola and her dog, who were both so welcoming. We were offered breakfast in the morning which was included in the price. We were able just to help ourselves to anything from a cooked breakfast, to cereal etc. Would definitely stay here again! Thanks again Nicola. :)”
Old Bridge end sits on the banks of the Jed Water with wonderful views and walks nearby. A Three minute walk will bring you into historic town with the must do sights as well as many eating and drinking options.
“A real home away from home. Everything you could need is provided in this cosy little cottage. Lots of lovely welcoming touches - croissants were especially welcome! Soft bed with lovely pillows and duvet. Such a quiet area with lovely walk into town of Jedburgh - where there are some great indie shops - we loved the chocolate shop and Jeds sandwich shop. The Abbey is a must see. Rebecca is a perfect host - nothing too much to ask. Will definitely be back if staying in this area again”
Mid terraced cottage with a very large secluded garden set in the Historic town of Jedburgh. Situated in a quiet position yet close to all amenities and Historical sights. The town of Jedburgh is justifiably known as the ‘Jewel of the Birders’ and has a variety of shops, restaurants a swimming pool, fitness centre. The historical Royal Burgh of Jedburgh lies 10 miles north of the border with England. The Red Stone Abbey on the banks of the Jed Water was founded in 1138.
“The home is very comfortable and the garden is a special place for coffee in the morning. The property is steps away from the castle and short walking distance to quaint pubs and shopping. I have used airbnb many times and this was my favorite so far. Besides being sparkling clean it was spacious and Sheila made sure we had everything we needed to make our stay warm and lovely”