Spread Eagle Hotel

Address: 20 High Street , Jedburgh, Borders, Scotland, TD8 6AG, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 20 High Street , Jedburgh, is near Mary Queen of Scots House and Jedburgh Abbey.
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Travel Blogs from Jedburgh

Day Twenty-Four (16.3 miles....cum 457.25)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Jul 08, 2014

4 comments, 12 photos

... very wet. We did give up on the idea of crossing the river to see Dryburgh (not an apt name today) and pressed on to St Boswell's. Once there we headed to the Buccleuh Arms. We sent Rob in ahead to plead our case....very wet and bedraggled.... can we come and dry off in your bistro... oh by the way... can we eat our own sandwiches?.... Amazingly "Yes" came back the reply!! After lunch, the weather suddenly abated. As we set ...

Phase 14 Day 1

A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on May 19, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

... parallel to the A68, still on Dere St finding trees to climb and branches to swing on. It had warmed up as we walked later in the day and we enjoyed the sun on our backs as we turned north-east and walked along the manicured, hedge lined lane towards the small village of Maxton. We also enjoyed tremendous views across the Tweed valley towards the Eildon Hills. We were nearly home and would be tomorrow! Roy and the Roadie were parked in Maxton to meet us at ...

Jedburgh Double Mystery

A travel blog entry by 35mph on May 11, 2011

... nothing for dogs unfortunately. Issy devastated.

When HVM was here he commented on various 'Scotticisms’ such as the fact that a butcher was know as a flesher. [ISS 1.3] We found the butcher’s shop on the high street (not difficult with 3 scent hounds) but apart from the fine looking haggis/sausage in the window his signage declared him to be a butcher rather than anything more exotic. The dispensing ...

Day 39 - Cuthbert's latest miracle - Fray Bentos

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 28, 2010

2 comments, 18 photos

... and our limbs telling us that we've walked well over 20 kms, we can't resist walking off the footpath to gaze at old Lilliard's stone. This commemorates a brave fighter who fell at the battle of Ancrum Moor 1545, which was laid out below the memorial. Apparently Lilliard who over time has been transformed from a man into a woman was a brave Scottish fighter who when her legs were chopped off, continued to fight on her stumps. This may be myth, ...

Day 35 - A day for true believers

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 24, 2010

4 comments, 18 photos

... of trudging, our footsteps seemed cushioned by the grassy banks of the Tweed and the countryside always changing, but always interesting and holding our attention. It seems the Borders is an area which is at peace with itself, and seems like just the perfect place to have an idyllic country cottage.

It was 6.30 pm when we walked into our B&B for the night. It's an old property, run by an old lady, Mrs. Muir. Despite discovering we did ...