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Cottage in Jedburgh, Scotland

Sleeps 4. 2 Bed, 1 Bath, Sleeps 4 - Stunning Rural Setting Offering a Peaceful Getaway Once the goods loading bay for the former Waverley line, this charming two bedroom cottage is now available for holidays following sympathetic restoration by renowned local architect Tom Pyemont and his wife Anne-Marie, an antiques expert. The Waverley route linking Edinburgh to Carlisle was finally closed in 1969 amidst much consternation from the local residents occupying the outlying hamlets...

Prices from £530 per week

House in Jedburgh, Scotland

Sleeps 4. Sleeps 4, 2 Bed - Beautifully Presented, Central Location, Families & Groups A superb, newly-renovated former coach house providing beautifully-presented accommodation for couples and families in an excellent central location close to Jedburgh and Kelso. Inside, the light-filled interior is immaculately presented and deceptively spacious. Downstairs the highlight is the convivial open plan living area, a restful mix of calming neutral tones punctuated by eye catching ar...

Prices from £675 per week

Cottage in Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, Scotland
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Sleeps 4. 2 bedroom cottage. Located in its own private grounds on a small country estate outside Jedburgh with access to woodlands, farmland and the River Teviot and Rule Water.

Prices from £300 per week

Cottage in Jedburgh, Scotland

Sleeps 3. Sleeps 3, 2 Bed, 1 Bath - A Tranquil Spot for Relaxation or Outdoors Exploring Set in a rural position amidst stunning Border's countryside, this charming cottage offers complete peace and quiet for those looking to get away from it all as well as a perfect base from which to explore the fabulous Borders region. Once the signalman’s house for the former Waverley Route, the cottage is now available for holidays following sympathetic restoration by renowned local architect ...

Prices from £530 per week

Barn in Lanton, Nr. Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, Scotland

Sleeps 3. 1 bedroom barn. The West Wing has one twin bedroom with en suite bathroom with wet room shower, basin and WC with hand rails. The sitting room has central heating and a wood burner TV and Wi Fi. All windows have lovely country views. The kitchen has electric cooker, microwave, and clothes washer.

Prices from £360 per week

Cottage in Jedburgh, Scotland

Sleeps 2. 3 Queen Marys Buildings is a lovely ground floor cottage apartment near the heart of historic Jedburgh, nestling in the beautiful Scottish Borders and can sleep two people. This apartment has a double bedroom (zip/link, can be twin on request), a shower room and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with an electric fire. Outside there is parking for one car in alloca...

Prices from £199 per week
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Jedburgh - As you drive into Jedburgh one of the first sights you will see are the remarkably intact ruins of Jedburgh Abbey. This is the gateway into Scotland. Throughout the centuries this town has been on the border between the warring nations of the English and the Scottish, with the armies from both sides marching through the area from time to time. Jedburgh Cottages though no longer in a no man’s land, do offer access to the border towns and villages of England and Scotland and make a great base for touring. Cottages in Jedburgh follow the Scottish grey stone architecture of almost all of the traditional towns and villages of Scotland.

Attacks and Occupations


Jedburgh was attacked on a number of occasions and occupied by hostile forces many times. It was also raised to the ground on a number of occasions during the 14th and 15th centuries. Apartments in Jedburgh may well offer views of the incredible abbey, the most striking feature of this border town. At one point the town was also occupied by the French army who were fighting on the side of the Scots to help them hold their ground. Holiday accommodation in Jedburgh may not be as old or ancient as in some other Scottish towns, but the land it stands on certainly is.

Wool and Trade


The last couple of hundred years has seen Jedburgh become a centre for the woollen industry, and there are still many traditional woollen outlets around. From here make a point of getting out and visiting the other border towns like Berwick upon Tweed. Holiday rentals in Jedburgh really do make a great base for exploring the area, and once you have experienced the hospitality of the people in the Scottish Borders you may well seek out another of the holiday homes in Jedburgh for your next holiday.

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