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

Changeover Day 13

A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on May 18, 2012

5 comments, 6 photos

... travelled was confirmed as I re- traced the walk taken through Bellingham, Byrness and over the border. The weather was drizzly with low cloud and the forest looked quite different today. Large swathes were covered in low cloud so we had been very lucky yesterday to get the tremendous views that we did while up on the high hills. Just over an hour later I was in Jedburgh meeting the Roadie and we travelled the last 15 miles home together. It was great to pull into the drive at home ...

Phase 13 Day 4

A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on May 17, 2012

2 comments, 21 photos

... with fine views of Catcleugh Reservoir away to the south-west. We were surprised to read that over 1,000 people had been employed for 15 years at the turn of the century in the construction of the reservoir which still supplies Tyneside with water. Our forest walk took us passed Spithopehead, a small buttonben like building tucked into the forest close to Spithopeburn. We assume it was/is used for those working in the forest. Again the forest clearance gave us the extra insight. ...

Day 38 - Byrness to Jedburgh

A travel blog entry by sueandjulie on Apr 22, 2011

11 photos

... of Black Hall Hill, we passed through Chew Green which was once a massive Roman Encampment. We then continued on the route to take in a Roman Signal Station at Brownhart Law. Moving onwards over Black Hall Hill we left the Pennine Way and England and headed off west on Dere Street into Scotland, passing the grassy remains of Woden Law another Roman rampart. (Having not met anyone walking in the last 7 ...

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 ...

Day 61 - Bye bye Sassenachs

A travel blog entry by jonathanashleyr on Jul 08, 2010

... Canons. The Abbey lasted a few hundred years until
being destroyed by the Earl of Hereford in 1545, so it's really been a ruin longer than it was a house of God. The border areas seem to have been pretty "active" over the centuries, with one war / rampage and another.

Staying at the delightful Airenlea B&B, and the Landlady Amanda has kindly washed all my laundry, so a huge thanks for that!