Spread Eagle Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... br> mentioned a place in Jedburgh that had rooms for 25 pounds (30 with breakfast) that
I thought I’d check out on the remote chance there might be a room available.
There was one, and the Maplebank Inn turned out to be a great place to stay for
the night with my own room decorated in eclectic clutter and interesting books
to browse, shared bath, and a full-on British cooked breakfast in the morning.
... have been like back in the day. We decided to stop at Jedburgh for the night, but little did we know it had flash flooded the day before and the camp grounds weren’t taking tents so instead we had to stay at a B&B which was a good break from camping. The next morning we were up and headed towards the Scottish/English border to start our journey through England. ...
... Jed water watching sand martins at play swooping to catch flies close to its confluence with the River Teviot. The Teviot was a much wider, slower moving river, the banks full of long grasses which provided perfect reflections in the water. Crossing Monteviot Bridge, built in 1999, we found that more than one person at a time caused the bridge to vibrate and shake. The Roadie phoned to check on our progress. He was at Woodside with Claire, James and Ollie, having ...
... of heather and peat. Really quite excellent.
The pudding course was supposed to be a Tipsy Laird but I didn't have time to make one so we made do with a Tesco Strawberry Trifle (family size) over which was a generously ladling of Harvey's Bristol Cream sherry.
Rounded of the meal with a selection of cheese: Black Crowdie from the Highlands, ...
... by three dessertspoons of Branston Pickle and, with a token gesture to health and nutrition, three vine ripened tomatoes. It was a lunch to die for. Just how those London post war food rationing days into which Keith was launched into the world had embedded these genes into his psyche is not understood. However, the genes are there and it is impossible to describe the pleasure this meal provided. Debby believes this incident clearly defines ...